We may think it would be fun if every day was full of happy people, easy chores, prepared meals, and warm, sunny days, but let’s face it, that just isn’t reality. We all know that is not true especially during these STAY HOME days of Covid19.
Many of you ladies have been forced into using your home as your office space, or have become overnight home school teachers. Others may have suddenly had their husband home all day, every day – a whole new thing to enjoy/deal with.
How can these days be ones to look back on as joyful, prosperous, growing days? Is it possible? It is. Let me share a simple truth I read in God’s Word that tells us how ~ Continue reading “Dealing with the Ho-Hum and the Hard”
So, I made bread this week. What’s the big deal since I make bread almost every week? Well, I made her bread…my late friend, Hope’s bread. She was famous for it. It was tall and its crusty, and it was dark brown. It was light, it was flavorful. It was perfection…so it seemed. Continue reading “What Does a Loving Mother Do?”
On a recent date night at home, my husband pulled out the old VHS videos from 1999. Woah. We were mesmerized as we viewed
Our hair styles. Continue reading “Mom, Spread the Love”
If you’ve been a mom for more than a day you know it’s exhilarating and exhausting, fun and frustrating, joyful and jolting, breathtaking and back breaking – sometimes all in the span of 24 hours!
On my frustrating mommy days, it was helpful for me to get my focus. Why was I doing this? What is my goal? Where am I headed? What am I supposed to do each day? It’s all in God’s Word and I found Proverbs 10:4 convicting and Deuteronomy 6:4-8 especially helpful.
This video will tell you what I gleaned from these passages about how to survive the roller coaster of motherhood!
When are you most likely to want to turn in your “Mommy Badge?”
Refresh your role by reminding yourself of God’s plan for this season,
Last week we had a group of friends over after church. We sat around our fire pit watching the flames spit embers upwards and the smoke billow into the night sky. Then to get the group talking, my husband suggested we play a game called, Two Truths and a Lie. Each person has to come up with two truths about themselves that others might not know, and then throw a lie in there somewhere. We were to guess which one was the Continue reading “Four Lies You May Be Believing About Your Family”