Does it seem like the back to school date comes around sooner each year at your house? It sure feels that way at our home.
We have been busy checking the list of all the supplies our kids need for college and middle school. First up is our college-bound son, Evan as he has to be ready two weeks ahead of our middle school daughter Allie.
Our list consists of the usual requirements for kids; clothes, school supplies, bedding, computers, refrigerators for dorm rooms, foods that include plenty of healthy snack items that fit easily in a backpack.
As a parent, I often wonder if my kids are prepared to meet the challenges of the world. Have we provided them with the tools they need when a new situation arises?
In times like these, when I turn to God and listen, I am gently reminded of the way to be at peace.
We work on creating a firm foundation with our family. Our foundation is built on God's unconditional love and support...
Moms, have you ever felt like you were alone on your journey in life?
Have you ever had feelings that you could not really be put into words?
Or maybe, you could put into words what you were feeling, but feared deep down inside of you that when you mustered the nerve to share what was challenging you that no one would get you, understand you,or they would think you were just being "emotional" or would that you would be left out of the in-group?
Well, I certainly can relate to those feelings and I have worked with many women who feel the same way. It is so good that you are acknowledging those feelings if you are experiencing something similar! That is one of the ways that our creator tries to get our attention in the busy modern world that we find ourselves living in today.
Have you ever found yourself longing to stop the go, go, go routine? Would you love to sit and chat with someone who really gets you? Open your heart and expose...
Though I love to travel and enjoy the adventure, I must admit that I am not fond of the challenges that can pop up when making the arrangements. It was my 8-year-old daughter, Allie, who had the answer that I needed to solve my dilemma. I was preparing for my pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago. I would be walking over 500 miles beginning in the Pyrenees of France and continuing through Spain; but first things first: I had to book my trip.
It was one of those days where the different legs of travel that I needed to coordinate would not fit together. I had spent several hours trying different options and as I let out a sigh of frustration, my daughter Allie walked in and asked, “Mom, what’s wrong?” I shared that I was frustrated because I could not complete my travel plans for my trip on the Camino. Allie looked at me and said, “Mom, try flying to Lourdes, you know, where the young girl lived who saw Mother Mary.” I told Allie that I didn’t think...
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