“To God be the glory, great things he has done…” so the all familiar hymn goes. I’m so humbled watching God’s sovereign hand moving in our journey and I can only thank the Lord for the progress that is unfolding before us.
Well, have you survived the holidays so far? I am thankful for the few day break from the festivities to catch me breath! December held a crazy-making pace between the ceiling project and all the baking and cooking that needed to be done to maintain normalcy for Big Bro, not to mention the normal seasonal
Defining Moments by Dan Schaeffer proved to be an amazing book. I had picked it up at a thrift store quite a while ago but kept pushing it aside, for one reason or another. But boy, what a blessing it was when I finally picked it up!! It is actually an easy read that covers
Someone commented recently that September was the new New Year. And I do have to agree. It seems that September brings the greatest abrupt change, a clear move from one way to another, a marked difference. It also brings a fresh start, a clean slate and shows change and growth the clearest.
All the way back in January I chose peaceful calm as the phrase for my year. I was intending to bring a peaceful calm to my home, my kids, my person and our life. I should have known marking out an intention like that would bring testing. How often don’t we find our hope dashed,
“Don’t quit 5 minutes before the miracle.” This little phrase keeps bouncing around in my head as I find myself wrestling with Big Bro and the new journey in to the world of meds. I have been alerted to the fact that regulating them can be a rough road. I thought the past 5 and
Spring beauty is exciting when it finally arrives! This year it seemed to take forever, almost like winter was never going to let go! As my boys and I were wandering around, I came across a few things that I am always excited to see in the spring. Things that I miss the rest of
By Google’s definition, grateful is feeling or showing an appreciation of kindness; being thankful. I’ve been thinking about this for the past few days. Sarah is right- if you cultivate a grateful heart, you won’t fall into the trap of negativity. And it is something to cultivate indeed. I have had to cultivate it
Today let’s just just celebrate. This is officially my 100th published post! I discovered that a few days ago when I spent some time going back through my blog. Plus, it has been just about 2 years since I created this blog. My first post was published on March 13, 2012. Those past 2
This past week hubby and I have been getting up between 5 and 5:30. His reason is to get to work earlier so he can come home earlier and have more time with the boys. My reason is to ground my day. I have been amazed at the blessing that scant half hour has been.