My dad was driving home from work one evening when his car “took off like a rocket.” He threw the car, an economical VW Rabbit, into lower gear, but it continued to speed up. Dodging other drivers he turned the car off and cruised to the edge of the highway. After clearing his mind, he… Read More Goals April 2017
A few months ago I came across a story in my Facebook feed was written to give mothers like me ALL THE FEELINGS. Told from the point of view of an older mother, she watches the young mother care for her children at Chick-fil-A. As the mother gets her food ready and the children… Read More Why I am Reading “Codependent No More” and Why You Should Too.
I was scared to go, but I was more scared to stay home another day.… Read More What moms of young children need
The rising enthusiasm of January has given way to the trotting pace of February. It’s time to take a quick peak at what progress we’re making toward our goals, and adjust our course.… Read More Goals February 2017
In that moment, I was aware of Someone beyond my senses.
From the missionaries I learned to make authentic green tea and the practice they called Testimony Writing.
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I allowed my weary limbs to sink into the soft mattress, and wondered how I could have worked so hard all day, and have nothing to show for it.… Read More The secret to accomplishing your goals for 2017
This is part of an ongoing series: How to Teach Children Hymns (even if You Aren’t Musical). Our family recently completed our 6-week rotation of learning a new hymn, “Holy, Holy, Holy.” As we were singing this hymn together the other night, my 6-year-old started acting it out. As we sang about casting down our… Read More How to Teach Children Hymns (even if You Aren’t Musical)- “Holy, Holy, Holy”
Dinner table idea! I came across this video recently read recently of Sara Blakely speaking about her father celebrating failure because it was a learning experience. He would ask them about their failures and celebrate the hard-earned knowledge, she attributed her father’s attitude to part of her success in the business world. How we… Read More Celebrating Failure with Children
Summer is coming to an end, which means our kids are going to be around lots of new people without me. Which is great in so many ways, I want my kids to branch out and have those experiences and grow wings and all that fun stuff. But my sons are both at the age… Read More “God Made All of Me” by Justin and Lindsey Holcomb