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Fearless by Max Lucado

Fear is everywhere and you can almost smell it in the air. H1N1…record losses in the stock and housing markets…wars and rumors of war… This is a time of great fear, which makes the book, Fearless by Max Lucado, one of the timeliest books I’ve ever read in my life. When I received this book… Read More


God’s Got It Under Control

My husband is playing with our son in the backyard.  A gentle breeze is coming through. I’m sitting in a lawn chair, reflecting on life and how good God has been to us.  It’s the perfect evening. Dear Hubby will be deploying soon to serve our country and I will be a “single parent” temporarily. … Read More


My Son’s Magic Trick

My two-year-old son is a great helper. He helps without any thought of getting allowance or extra privileges. I guess I better enjoy it while it lasts. His daily chores include: Closing any door that I open (dishwasher, closet door, bathroom door, etc.) Pushing the clothes into the dryer for me (and closing the dryer… Read More


Talk to the Hand!

Yesterday after dinner, I found a puppet lying on the floor by my two year old son’s toy box. It was one of the puppets that my mom sent me from my Aunt Doll’s teaching supplies.   I picked the puppet up and put it on my hand. Then, I called my son over and… Read More


Thankful Thursday

Today, I want to take some time to just be thankful. Being thankful changes your whole perspective. I have so much to be thankful for. Let me share some of my blessings with you!   I’m thankful that God loves me unconditionally. I’m thankful for a wonderful husband, who happens to be my best friend… Read More


Hello Everyone, School has either started, or is starting soon for many of your children. Discounts on school supplies are out in full force. But what if you are looking for a brand new computer? It’s a large expense without many discounts. Here are some tips for you. Do price comparisons. If you see a… Read More


Deployment Stress

A study published in the Journal of Development & Behavioral Pediatrics found that children of military members are 2.5 times more likely to develop psychological problems than American children in general. The study also found that 42 percent of parents that remained home were found to be under “high-risk levels of parental stress.” Click here… Read More


The Real Housewives…Really?

What is a real housewife? I asked my husband this question yesterday and he got nervous.I guess he figured that if he answered the question the wrong way, he’d be in trouble. I finally got him to say that he felt that a housewife was someone who maintained the home and took care of their… Read More


True Beauty

Yesterday, I wrote about my eyebrow threading experience. As I was writing that post, I wondered why we as women go through so much just to be beautiful. Women are encouraged to: Wax our eyebrows (or in my case, thread them) and shave. Spend tons of money on hair care (perms, coloring, cuts, etc). Wear… Read More


The Pain of Being Beautiful

This past weekend, we took a road trip to visit family and had a wonderful time! My mother-in-law (MIL), brother-in-law’s girlfriend (BILG) and I headed off to do some shopping while the guys went to a baseball game. During our outing, we talked about various beauty techniques and eyebrow threading came up. Eyebrow threading is… Read More

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