March 14, 2019 KimHarms

I’m super excited about this new logo designed by Haley Knudsen. I love words, but I’m not great with design. I’m thankful people like Haley are. I will be working this logo into all of my social media an maybe it will show up on a book someday 🙂

March 5, 2019 KimHarms

Sometimes I get a little bummed that I haven’t been offered a book contract yet. Editors at a couple of my dream publishing houses have taken interest in my proposal, but they’ve not been able to convince their teams to take on the project. My agent, Karen Neumair, is awesome and I’m still over the moon that she is working with me to make Life Reconstructed (tentative title) become a reality.  But rejections can be deflating, and the waiting is hard. On particularly frustrating days, I wonder what in the world I’m even doing. But a few weeks ago I…

December 18, 2018 KimHarms

  If you would’ve told me at age 22 that I would become the mama of three boys and learn to love backpacking, poop jokes and football, I would’ve said, “Um, no, I don’t think so.” If you would have told me on my 40th birthday that I would receive a breast cancer diagnosis one month later, I would have said, “You’re off your rocker. I hardly even have boobs to begin with…how in the world can they be cancerous?” If you would’ve told me one year ago that I would be typing this sentence with a dog on my…

October 18, 2018 KimHarms 2Comment

Straight. Paved. And well lit. (Preferably with cute Narnia lampposts every 50 feet or so.) That is what I wish the path from where I am now to the place where God wants me to be looked like. Corey and I recently made some significant changes in our life. Necessary but hard changes. And it’s easy  for me to get caught up in wondering where God is taking me and how the heck I’m gonna get there.  Are we doing the right things? Are we leading our kids the way they need to be led? Are we willing to give…

October 12, 2018 KimHarms

In the past year both my parents and my in-laws have celebrated 50 years of marriage. (Today is my folks 50th.)  That’s a whole century of commitment. Corey and I are blessed and our boys are blessed by the legacy that these four people are leaving us. I’m sure I could easily come up with 100 things I’ve learned from both my parents and Corey’s if I sat at this keyboard long enough. But for the sake of brevity, I’ll stop myself at 10. Work hard.   My dad is the hardest worker I know. For years and years and…