Wedding season occupied my 20s. Divorces shake my 30s. It’s rocking homes in my neighborhood, friends, people I love. I bet you’ve witnessed the falling of relationships you were sure of, too. If we must endure the hurt of the fleeting, what can we learn from it? Where is the forever we long for? Truth?Continue reading “Fleeting Or Forever”
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You’re doing it all right, mom
500 decisions a day. I read somewhere that’s how many little choices a teacher makes and why they’re so tired. Motherhood is a whole lotta teaching. And even more second-guessing. I guarantee that you wondered, regretted, feared, or worried last week, if not today, that your way of momming was wrong. Me too. I heardContinue reading “You’re doing it all right, mom”
Godly Disagreement Action Plan
Do you love being criticized? No? Me neither. It’s so hard to remain patient with others when we disagree or feel attacked. I need an action plan because conflict is bound to come and I want to be prepared. My first instinct when someone criticizes me is often to defend myself — the I’m right,Continue reading “Godly Disagreement Action Plan”
Which mom are you?
You may be a boy mom if you’ve heard, “Mom! I’m done! And it looks like a snake!” Or a girl mom if you’ve yelled, “We don’t have time to brush your hair, just get in the car!” You may be a SAHMom if you put on a jacket to drive kids to school becauseContinue reading “Which mom are you?”