This post is going to get a little personal, but for decades now, I have told people that I believe my life can serve as a great warning to others. If you can learn from my mistakes, then those mistakes have served a good purpose and I'm willing to share them with you. December 2006… Continue reading Being a Pastor's Wife
This post is from way back, August 2010. We still enjoy family games on Sunday. This was a great memory to read back through! Sunday at our home is family time, after church we do a little lunch and then vote on which family activity we are going to do. I bruised my heel last… Continue reading Sunday Games
Sometimes, it's a lot of fun and quite humorous to read through old drafts of mine. I get to spend some time reflecting how my life has changed and how my life can remain so very constant over the years. For instance, the following draft came from Nov. 2015, and yet, the sentiment is still… Continue reading What's New With Me?
If you have kids that enjoy exploring and hunting for hidden treasure, you need to consider getting them into geocaching! Geocaching is a gps based treasure hunt. My friend Jamie has been telling me about this for years and recommend I get the kids into it. I didn’t really understand what she meant until she… Continue reading Getting Into Geocaching
I've heard people say "you are going to miss your kids when they go" or "hold on to those little ones tight, they grow up too fast". I can now tell you from experience that these statements are a GROSS understatement! I don't think all the warnings and admonitions in the world can prepare you… Continue reading Too Fast, pt.2
According to WP, this year marks my 8th Blogging Anniversary, but in truth, 2018 was a full 9 years of blogging history for me. I had to take a moment out of my very busy current schedule to think back over the past 9 years. It's impossible not to think of the changes that have… Continue reading Blogging Anniversary
My blogging buddies may not know that for the past few months I have been adjusting from the role of Chaplain's wife to that of a Pastor's wife. The adjustment between those roles has been fairly smooth, actually 🙂 But for those moments where I felt lost and unsure of myself, I knew I… Continue reading For My Compasses!