Author Archives: amyenoch

About amyenoch

My name is Amy Enoch. I have been married for 25 years to the love of my life. I have two daughters, ages 19 and 16. I live in the Dallas area. Mostly I am a stay-at-home mom, but I do work part-time in an office job, and I do some contract work from home when it is available. I'll update this as I think of stuff that might be pertinent!

Psalm 84

I want to tell you a story. It happened about twenty years ago.  After two years of taking my temperature every day, I thought I might actually be pregnant.  Didn’t know for sure, but my temperature went up, and so … Continue reading

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Fathers Day 2016

First of all, Happy Fathers Day to all the dads out there, especially my dad, my husband, and my father-in-law, all the Enoch dads, all the Mercer dads, and all the Daw dads!  (It would be impossible to list them … Continue reading

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Surgery

It’s the eve of the eve of the most important surgery I’ve ever had.  It’s a surgery that will bring my risk of breast cancer from approximately 84% down to approximately 8%. It started about a month ago.  Upon performing … Continue reading

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More Things I’m Thankful For

I did a list like this several years ago, and decided it was time to do a new one.  I’m still thankful for the stuff on the old list. But here are some more things. My house.  It is exactly … Continue reading

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Go Set a Watchman

SPOILER ALERT!  THIS POST DISCUSSES THE WHOLE BOOK IN DETAIL. DON’T READ THIS UNTIL YOU’VE FINISHED THE BOOK IF YOU DON’T WANT TO BE SPOILED. Another quick warning: This post is very stream-of-consciousness.  Don’t look for a thesis, three points, and … Continue reading

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Graduation

Tomorrow’s the day. Tomorrow my older daughter graduates from high school. All schoolwork is done and turned in. All tests taken. All hurdles jumped. We’ve worked so hard for this day.  I can say “we” because it was my work, too.  … Continue reading

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Mothers Day 2015

Lots of people, including my daughters, tell me what a great mom I am.  While I appreciate the praise, it always makes me squirm a little… because I feel like a fraud.  My heart secretly dreads that my kids will … Continue reading

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