Safety. Security. Simplicity. Soft pillows. Sex. Salvation. Skittles. Shelter. Sanity. Solitude. Saturdays. Strudel. Sandwiches. Steak. Skating. Strolling. Strollers. Soccer. Satellite. Sweets. Selfies. And Seclusion. Some of these things seem fine. Yes. But too much of any one thing can be our undoing. For some reason, as I awoke today my thoughts were simply … Continue reading A Life Full of S’s: 2/6/17
I loved this post by Amanda Cox, I look up to her as a writer and have found guidance in her words. I myself, am struggling with this very same concept, and hearing from someone who has been married longer than I, and has a family to tend to in the process gives me someone to look to as a mentor of sorts. This post comes highly recommended (as it brought tears to my eyes, and I am not an easy cryer.) Read and Enjoy!
I’ve been discussing the difficulty of change lately. Challenges, barriers, complexities. Today, I want to take a moment and remind us all of the simple elements of change, the power of consistency, and how small things become big things.
So the question is, can a cup of coffee change your life? Some of you know the magic of coffee. That first sip, and you go from death to life. Your brain works again…
My typical morning involves all three of my children, jumping to the floor and running to my room, firing on all cylinders. “Mom! Mom! We’re hungry! We’re hungry! Can I have_______?” Fill in the blank with three different, equally unacceptable breakfast choices. I stumble into the kitchen, trying to make sense of the little hooligans doing a circular tribal dance around me. “Mom! Mom! Mom!”
I probably agree to things like cookies, ice cream, and candy for…
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Welcome! I recently turned 30 on December the 6th, and strangely stumbled upon an amazing blog for men called, “Become Good Soil” written and maintained by Morgan Snyder. He began his blog at the beginning of his 30’s and after reading one post, at random, my husband and I both bought in to the message … Continue reading Welcome Wanderers 2017
Hebrew: “Cognate: 2676 katártisis (a feminine noun) – properly, a particular brand (type) of adjustment – overcoming "mental dislocations" brought on by arrogance (refusal to repent). It is used only in 2 Cor 13:9.” “We are glad whenever we are weak but you are strong; and our prayer is that you may be fully restored … Continue reading Catharsis: A Feminine Noun 2/5/17
Ever feel like there is just NOT. ENOUGH. TIME? Not enough time in the day, not enough time in the week, not enough time in the morning, or before bed. There’s not enough time for pooping—alone, or showering— alone; much less for “me time”—alone!?!?! Heck, there’s barely any time left for reading this dang blog post!! … Continue reading Conservation of Time: 2/4/17
Have you ever seen someone and just known that they were sad? And I don’t mean 5 year olds either—I mean someone who may actually be trying to keep their emotions to themselves, but are simply failing to do so because the enormity of their situation. Okay, so you may need to think about that … Continue reading You Have What It Takes: 2/3/17
Where a hole is located is a very important concept. Just think about it, if you were stranded in a desert wasteland what would you rather have? A sieve or a jug? Of course neither will matter if you are unable to tap into a water source within a certain timeframe. (Death comes for us … Continue reading Where a Hole Is, Matters. 1/31/17