Social media wars, such as twitter wars and facebook debates have gotten out of control. Snapchat and instagram are guilty of doing this, also. You have all seen them, whether you agree with them or roll your eyes in disgust, they exist. And they are not going anywhere. My own facebook news feed has been flooded… Continue reading Getting Political in Social Media
“There were photographs I wanted to take. Things I wanted to show you Sing sweet lullabies, wipe your teary eyes Who could love you like this? People say that I am brave but I’m not But there’s a greater story Written long before me Because He loves you like this” (Selah, I Will Carry You)… Continue reading I Will Carry You
The Satisfaction of Being Content This is a definition applicable to many different things. One can be satisfied after baking a cake because they are happy with the results. One can be happy with how their children behaved at the supermarket. Or one could be satisfied with the status of their financial portfolio. The definition… Continue reading Learn How to Be Content in Six Steps
Blogging on Biblical Womanhood and Christian homemaking has been an eye opening journey for me. It has caused me to read my Bible more, meditate on Scripture, seek the meaning behind the Scripture, weed out falsehoods, and understand why it was written. The older I get, the more wisdom I have sought, and… Continue reading Feminism, Gender Roles, and Biblical Womanhood
Fear of Missing Out: Two Lessons I’ve Learned From Motherhood Today I am honored to have Laura Ketchie, LPC on the blog. Laura is a counselor, and along with her husband have formed Relationship Helpers. “Relationship Helpers was born out of the desire of two therapists, Vincent and Laura Ketchie, to help more people than… Continue reading Guest Post: Fear of Missing Out: Two Lessons I’ve Learned From Motherhood
Let Me Sleep Confession time: I love sleep. And last night, I was so excited to be able to be in bed by 9:40! All of my chores were done, the kids were in bed, and I was heading to bed. I was really, really looking forward to sleeping and waking up refreshed. However,… Continue reading In the Eye of a Storm, Whom Do You Trust?
Beep. Beep. Beep. 3:40 my husband’s alarm went off. Its spring break here. My kids were all sleeping. Silence. Solitude. I knew I would have at least three hours before my kids woke up for the day. Instead of falling back asleep I took full advantage of the quiet time. My body was aching for… Continue reading Six ways for Tired Moms to Recharge