Life seems to be tearing so many of us apart inside. Somehow, we must learn that our God is enough for all our needs. I know in my own life, that God’s graces are the only thing that has brought me through
I learned something new today. With all my education and then homeschooling my own children, I had never heard of Sarah Hale.
A Jewel in His Crown by Priscilla Shirer created in canva.com I picked up this book for some insight into writing a post about self-esteem. As I expected, Priscilla Shirer is right on target. As with her preaching, she gets right to the truth of the matter and makes us look deep into our own … Continue reading How to Find the Right Husband
I finished wrapping gifts at 3 am that Christmas morning. image credit:Gerard Gellinger at Pixabay I looked around somewhat in disgust as I realized that I had gone overboard once again... really overboard. There were gifts everywhere. And we only have two little ones. There has to be a better way to celebrate Christmas without … Continue reading Celebrating Jesus at Christmas
Christmastime with littles can be so exciting. It's so much fun to watch them opening gifts with glee. We want to do so much and it's easy to spend too much and buy too many gifts. Yes, sometimes, we go a little overboard with it. That is why we must be careful about the traditions that we are setting into place.
Christmas is fast approaching and if we blink our eyes we will find ourselves enjoying Christmas Day. But all our plans to include Jesus in Christmas will have been thrown out with the wrappings. The way to have success is to plan ahead. My family always razzed at me because I was planning the next … Continue reading The Joy Of Including Jesus In Christmas
How 15 minutes a day will help you stay in love
When you have chronic pain, you lose the life you once had.
Michele and I are amazed at how fast this first year of blogging has flown by. We hope that you have been enjoying the ride with us
I am basking in sheer joy, remembering all the fun of scaring my brother Jason. How do I even convey the merriment that resulted from all the planning and plotting? The quiet moments I patiently waited in his closet or under his bed. The restraint I mustard to crawl slowly into his room to scare … Continue reading The Joy of Scaring My Brother