It’s not the most travelled Holiday of the year without reason. Seeing family and loved ones to celebrate with and give thanks together for the year of blessings is important. We were created for family, for community.Read More 4 Things We Love About Thanksgiving
We all have potential but do you ever feel like there are “things” in life holding you back from reaching your full potential? Try writing them down— we’ll come back to that later too. What is holding you back aside from just absolute lack of capability? For example; if you can’t carry a tune then you probably won’t be America’s next legendary rock star but you do have potential for other things. I’m talking about “things” in your world like;Read More Won’t Hold Back
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“Aren’t you afraid?” This question has been one of everyone’s first when my husband and I talk about moving to Kenya to be missionaries. Our response to this question is and always will be, “No.” Don’t get me wrong, I understand why everyone asks this question. In all honesty I have…
Have you ever heard this expression, It’s Not Personal? I’m going to go out on a limb and say most of us have heard this phrase used in one way or another. Whether in the movies, through business or relationships most of us are probably familiar with this saying. Has anyone ever said this to you? What was your reaction? Did it feel personal?Read More It’s Not Personal…
Do you know the song made popular in the nineties by Alan Jackson, Summer Time Blues? Originally by Eddie Cochran and even performed by The Who and others, the song talks about being stuck at work when he’d rather be out having fun in the sun. And being too young to vote he can’t get any help from the government to solve this perplexing dilemma. What’s he gonna do ‘cause there ain’t no cure for the summer time blues? But when I think of Summer Time Blues I think of right now. The time after Labor Day when summer is winding down and the kids are all back in schoolRead More Summer Time Blues
September is upon us and time to shift from long summer days into not-so-long autumn days. Some of us may be ready for the shift. Cooler days and nights. Bon-fires and hoodies. Brightly colored leaves and pumpkins. And we kick it all off with Labor Day.Read More Labor Of Love
From Kindergarten to College, across the good ole’ USA, kids and parents alike are gearing up for back to school. This season can be filled with varying emotions ranging from joy to sorrow, relief to annoyance…Read More And They’re Off!