The Redneck Diva dishes on womanhood, being fearfully and wonderfully made, and—wait for it—chin hairs.Read More
Just what is Super Mom?
Have a nice trip; see you next fall.
I’d be really organized if it weren’t for these short people who live in my house.
Who needs a holiday to show the ones you love that you care?
The Diva reflects on the questions kids ask and the answers parents provide.
If this storm had happened when I was a kid, we wouldn’t have made four trips to Walmart in two days to pick up inordinate amounts of toilet paper and an unreasonable quantity of bread.
The Diva reflects on the thrill of sweet tea and wisely suggests we “go medium and hopefully hang around awhile” rather than “go big or go home.”
In the first Diva Dish, Redneck Diva Kristin Hoover shares the all-too-common reality of kids’ challenging sports schedules and her inability to verbalize lucid cheers from the stands.
The Redneck Diva, Kristin Hoover, becomes WelchOK.com columnist.