I got really sad at Wal-Mart today. I mean really sad, I was almost in tears when I left. I admit it, I’m an emotional person and I cry easily, but this one was just really sad. My Wal-Mart, not my personal Wal-Mart as in I own it but the one I shop at, has… Continue reading Making Change
Happy Thanksgiving! Today I’m thankful for the fact that He is a God of second chances… no matter how badly I mess up He opens His arms up, holds me, says it is ok my daughter, straightens my tiara (I am a princess, remember) and sets me back on my feet! I am thankful for… Continue reading I Am Thankful
“Marriage is fabulously hard.” That’s one of the first statements that John & Stasi Eldredge make about marriage, and they just get more real from there. They don’t sugarcoat things in Love & War, they tell it like it is, and it’s not easy. Throughout the book they discuss their own marriage, with honesty and… Continue reading Love & War by John and Stasi Eldredge
When you have that feeling or urge to call someone, don’t put it off. Don’t not do it because you, “feel guilty for not calling before,” or say you’ll do it later. Those are insecurities, don’t let them interfere. Stop whatever you’re doing and call right then. Those words can mean the world to someone. … Continue reading The Phone…
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what it means to be family, or to be friends. What is the difference really? Usually, from the point-of-view of the world, family are those people we are related to by blood, while friends are the ones we choose to surround ourselves with that are not related but… Continue reading Family? Friends?
Have you ever noticed that although you can see through plastic wrap, it distorts whatever is inside? Things look crinkly, or funny when viewed through it. When you look through glass, there is no distortion though, or if there is, I’ve never noticed it. Well, through my glasses things are distorted, but in a good… Continue reading Transparency…
It’s been a crazy few weeks since Christmas around here. For more on that, go check out my husband’s blog at http://thesachsman.blogspot.com/. And feel free to link to it from your blogs if you want. :o)