As the sweet one slept, I took time in the silence to ponder just that: silence. There are many cautions in the Bible for one to be silent- to watch the running of the tongue. One example is Proverbs 21:23, " Whoever keeps his mouth and his tongue keeps out of trouble." We have all … Continue reading The Silence
Sometimes in life it may feel like you are walking alone. The circumstances and challenges you are facing may trick you into thinking you are facing life by yourself, like no one cares or understands. Worry and doubt convince you that not even God exists, that you indeed are truly by yourself. When you walk … Continue reading Not Alone
Daddy-Daughter Date Last week I took Joy to a daddy-daughter dance, she was excited to say the least! While I was at work, she spent the afternoon with mom getting her hair all done up and talking to mom about her “special date.” We didn’t tell her beforehand that I was going to take her … Continue reading Daddy-Daughter Date
Our family has been living in the rain lately. The rain that pours has been, pouring. We have been walking through various things that have been thrown on us. Today our baby saw a pediatric cardiologist. The baby, amongst other eczema issues, has been having his feet turn purple, with leg mottling. We decided to … Continue reading Praise Report: The Green After The Rain
A couple months ago my Aunt sent me flowers. When I called to thank her she explained that she wanted some coral colored flowers in the bouquet because coral was my Grandma's favorite color. I got to thinking about my Grandma every time I looked at those coral flowers. Then I started remembering how cancer … Continue reading “Too Busy For My Kids”
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. I’m pretty sure we’ve all heard this growing up. It’s the surefire way to save the planet, or at least make it better. What about saving ourselves? Well, I came up with my own set of “re” word that will at least help us stay on track with God. REFOCUS: Hebrews … Continue reading Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.
A couple weeks back we took a walk in our neighborhood while James road his little tricycle and Joy road her bike. James, being the boy he is, was completely reckless on that thing. He paid little attention to the fact that there was a hill right in front of him, or gave much credence … Continue reading Keep Moving
We have all heard of the nesting robin. Every spring you may see a robin working fiercely to build her nest. Then, the next thing you know you hear the chirping and little baby bird heads poking out. This week I have been observing something that isn't thought of much- the RESTING Robin. It seems … Continue reading The RESTING Robin