Grandchildren often think grandmothers are the most wonderful women on the face of the earth. But I wonder if my kids ever think, "That's not the woman who raised me!" Windows wide open to soft gentle breezes...it was springtime! My favorite time of year. And what better time to do spring cleaning? "But what does cleaning … Continue reading That’s Not My Mom!
John Wesley said, "What one generation tolerates, the next generation will embrace." He was referring to sin. And we see this played out in history repeatedly. But I'd like to look at it from a different angle. Kids continually listen, watch, and mimic us adults. And they often follow the examples they've been shown. Kids from violent … Continue reading Parents, Be Careful What You Allow
My children are grown and gone. I now have adult grandchildren. And still that voice so many mothers recognize accuses me. It's that voice that says, "You weren't a good mom, and you still aren't." I read various posts recently about raising children, including She Believed She Couldn't by Sarah E. Frazer. And the one thread that coming … Continue reading You CAN do it Mom
Marriage is a learning process. I've found that no matter how long you've been married, or how great your marriage is, there is always something new to learn. Some area that needs improvement, or things to forgive. Hubby and I are celebrating 41 years today. And to us, it's a celebration of God's faithfulness. He … Continue reading 8 Timeless Tips For a Strong Marriage