Last week we challenged marriage – this week TEENS *Teach them something – how to cook a meal, RINSE A SINK (this is my goal to teach the boys how to rinse out a sink every time they use it – it only takes a second but makes a huge difference – can I get…Read more »
It’s a new week – will you join me in weekly marriage challenges? Here is your challenge – should you choose to accept it? * Praise your spouse *Daily visual snapshot – you can figure this one out(my mentor told me to fill up his mental Rolodex with me) ** does not mean an actual…Read more »
That knot in my stomach, the tears crouching behind my eyes, and the smile plastered on my face – how many Sunday mornings have I lived like this? I just stuffed and smiled. This was my mantra and I couldn’t run away. I wanted to go to a place that I could be alone. To…Read more »
Our son Drew who is 21, was five when Jake died. His grief/play counselor told me that at every stage of life he would grieve Jake’s death again. As he grew and matured, he would grieve Jake’s death in a different way. She said that each stage of life his griefwould magnify as his understanding…Read more »
I gave this book to 12 ladies for a “mini retreat” last month. We took a weekend camping and made sure to spend time in the Word and reading good books. I will share all about that soon but this book hit us on all the topics we as people/women struggle. He nails topics…Read more »
Summer is upon us and for our house that means teenage boys all summer long who want to be fed often. Constant hunger causes me great distress. Surely they don’t desire food again – we just ate. I popped onto Pinterest for “lunch ideas for teenage boys.” After scrolling for too long and diving into…Read more »
Being real with you means coming clean with me.