From Chaos to Calm: Day Fourteen Loving Others Scripture Memory: “As I have loved you, so you also should love one another.” John 13:35 Download the .pdf version of this article. These days everyone has a “touchy feely” attitude. In other words everyone wants to feel good and not offend anyone. I admit, I have been guilty of it myself! However, I was thinking that
Yesterday we found this abandoned dog – a Great Pyrenees sitting on the side of the road by his dead buddy. Apparently he’d been there for a few days because when we stopped to pick him up, several trucks drove by and people told us they were so glad to see someone help him. His owners had moved away and left the dogs behind. We
I’m sorry today’s post is up late! I basically blog in the in-between times of my life. And last night it just didn’t happen! By the time we got home from our community choir practice it was almost 10:00 and then I had to get my girls ready for bed and I didn’t sleep well the night before – tossed and turned all night –
Hi Ladies! Can you believe we’re finishing up the first week of this 75 day challenge? How have things gone for you? I hope and pray that you’ve felt the presence of God working in your life – even if things have been a real challenge. Change is not easy and if Satan thinks he can discourage you, he’s going to give it his best effort.
Good morning, Ladies! first of all I need to apologize for this being posted so late this morning. I’ve had company for the last two weeks and eventually all those things I had pushed aside in favor of spending time with family and friends caught up with me and I just couldn’t keep up. I had so many deadlines that had to be met yesterday
Good morning ladies! How was your day yesterday? Do you feel encouraged yet? We had a super busy day and by the end I was exhausted! I do want to thank those of you who showed up for our Live Periscope Chat! That was fun and I’m looking forward to doing it again soon! HOW TO STAY UPDATED ABOUT THE SERIES If you’d like to
P is for Picnic You can read the rest of this series here. Summer just wouldn’t be summer unless we experienced lots of picnics. Our family loves eating outdoors in the sunshine under a shade tree. There’s something so peaceful about enjoying an afternoon or evening outside, munching on something yummy and sipping something cold – and watching the kids run around. That’s what summer’s
Home Sweet Home I’m on a mission to create a home for my family that welcomes the weary soul and captures a spirit of peace and love. I want my family to long for home no matter where they may travel or find themselves on any given day. I want our home to be a place that draws people in and envelops them in comfort.
Home You may remember that my One Word for the year was/ is HOME. I began this year with the determination that I would get a lot of long overdo projects done around my house and that my focus would be on homemaking and love my home. Well, the year is half over and I’m happy to say that I have accomplished a couple of
Today I’m sharing this post from a few years ago. Well, today is Sunday. Which for me, generally means, getting the house back in shape if I am behind – which, today I am very behind. We spent nearly everyday last week working in the garden/ yard. I’ll share pictures of that later! I don’t think I have ever worked so hard in my life!