Tag: family

The other side of the Pendulum – surviving COVID, miscarriage, and the secret to a full life!

If you know anything about my story, then you may recall that I refer to my decision point as The Pendulum Promise. In my hour of most desperate need, when all hope of joy seemed lost, I trusted Jesus to give me strength for the journey. And it’s been a journey! For the first time

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Relic Tour Memoirs: 12 days, the holiest places in the US Northeast and Midwest, an 8 yo, a 7 yo, a pregnant lady and her saintly mother “Nanny”, 3,700 miles of Grace

Day 1: Cathedral Basilica of St.Augustine December 27, 2019  · Saint Augustine, FL  Thoughts from Day 1 of our #RelicTour was majestic with a little impartation from the “Doctor of Grace” himself #StAugustineofHippo. Hoping to feel the encouragement as I follow in his footsteps of prolific writings of faith #CityofGod#Confessions. Teaching the kiddos about the tools

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Homeschooling: WT# am I doing this for?

Some people make Homeschool life look glamorous, effortless and full of bliss. I’m not one of them. It’s messy. Some days there’s a lot of yelling, tears, and silent “WT# am I doing this for?” moments in my head. (And it’s just the first week of our school year!) We surround ourselves with all that

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What are you taking for granted?

Wow!! I just heard this on a podcast! It really made me think. What am I taking for granted? It’s so easy to take the most important things in our life for granted. Why is that? We choose to put our jobs over family Yet at the end of our life we would be calling

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