Category Archive: Family

My Life According to U2

A few years ago the following “game” was being passed around Facebook. As I was looking through my old posts, I saw my answers and thought it might make for a fun blog… Continue reading

Genius

What a fabulous reminder that each of us is a “super genius” in our very own, unique way. Oh, that I would be the kind of person who asserts my own genius, and… Continue reading

Tomorrow

I’ve been thinking and praying and writing a lot lately. Someday it’ll all come out in a blog post (or two). But for now, I’m clinging to the fact that My God is… Continue reading

love

“LOVE… Is friendship caught on fire. It is a quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving. It is loyalty, through the good times and the bad. It settles for less than perfection and… Continue reading

Every Day

Busy? Who isn’t? Work, school, cleaning house, cooking, and a variety of other chores and upkeep. And if you have kids these things can add up quickly and can take 2-3 times as… Continue reading

Always

I’m continuing today to focus on all that God is and does, and count my way to 1000 as I recognize the many ways He shows His love on a daily basis. 120.… Continue reading

Playing Along

I recently found a new blog–THAT I LOVE–and I’ve been reading around on it quite a bit lately. Trying to catch up, I guess. It’s called Flower Patch FarmGirl. It’s full of everything… Continue reading

Misunderstanding Compatibility

“You Never Marry the Right Person” “How our culture misunderstands compatibility In generations past, there was far less talk about “compatibility” and finding the ideal soul-mate. Today we are looking for someone who… Continue reading

Pinning Away

I’m back with today’s Pinteresting Wednesday post! If you’ve missed any along the way, just take a look at any of these: 1~2~3~4~5~6 Here we go with today’s very “Pinteresting” post… As always,… Continue reading

Word of the Year

Have you chosen a word of the year? I’ve been hearing and seeing it all over the place, and it keeps catching me by surprise. Because I tend to think of myself as… Continue reading