My current inside view, which I have dubbed Mt. Malcolm. This is about a day’s worth of laundry for my family of eight. My current outside view. There is snow on Halloween and tonight is trick-or-treating in our small northern Michigan town. Even though I… Continue reading To Trick or To Treat?
Warm Fuzzies Married couples often think back to the beginning stages of a relationship and remember those days of warm fuzzy feelings. Remember when you and your husband could hardly get enough of each other? Do you remember talking for all hours of the night? It did not matter what you did as long… Continue reading Four Tips for a Holy Marriage
Loving Your Husband How can you make “love” an action verb in your marriage? How can you show your husband you him? 15 Tips to Put Love Into Action Within Your Marriage ” Then they can urge the younger women to love their husbands….” Titus 2:4 Listen with your whole body. Give him your undivided… Continue reading 15 Great Ways for Wives to Put Love into Action in Marriage!
The month of October is almost over and the allotted amount for groceries has been spent in our budget. There was no money left to buy yogurt and this is one staple we eat a lot of on a daily basis. Rather than go without for the next week or so, I decided to make… Continue reading Homemade Yogurt
Family History I love history. I may not remember directions or how to get somewhere, but I recall most every story ever told to me by family members. Family history is important to me, so I can pass those stories down to my children and some day grandchildren. Family Heritage I was blessed to have… Continue reading Proverbs 31 Lessons from My Mom, Grandma, and Great Grandma
Morning Routines Every morning my children follow the same routine. Our routine allows my six children to move like a well-oiled machine as they get ready for school. We have the routine nearly perfected and it works well for us. However, today our well-oiled machine was not running smoothly at all. Somebody must have forgotten to… Continue reading Teaching Your Children a Lesson By Allowing Them to Fail
Today I am honored to have a guest post written by my blogger friend, Erin Nicholson. Erin blogs over at Momma’s Living Room. Through her blog, Erin writes on pursuing Jesus in all that we do in our everyday lives, especially in the very important role of being a keeper of the home. I know that you… Continue reading I Love Your Hands, Mommy