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Prayer Changes Things…

Lately, I have been reflecting on all of the wonderful things that God has done for me. Every once in a while, we need to take an inventory and thank God for answering our prayers. Our testimony can encourage others and strengthen their belief that God is still in the miracle working business today. Here… Read More


Gone, but Not Forgotten…

My grandfather passed away last week after 90 years of life on this Earth. I took a break from blogging so I could go to his funeral and spend some time with family. I am dedicating this blog post to his memory. My grandfather was a Brick Mason by trade and helped to build many… Read More


My husband recently found out that he is getting promoted. It was great news and we are very excited about it. We are thankful that God has blessed us in the midst of a recession. Here is a little background information for those of you not familiar with how military promotions work. In my husband’s… Read More


Respect Your Elders

I love my grandparents. All of my grandparents are still living and I have many beautiful memories with them. It blesses me to be around older persons because they possess so much wisdom. I used to work at a nursing home and I learned so much from the residents that lived there. When I was… Read More


Recession Proof Your Grocery Bill

I love to eat and I get excited about grocery shopping. I used to make a list of everything I needed from the grocery store and deal with the cost at the cash register. Now, we are making an attempt to be more fiscally conservative. It’s the responsible thing to do. Here are some tips… Read More


Ten Things About Being a Military Spouse

Being a military spouse is a job. Most people don’t see it that way, but it’s true. We have to be able to manage the household alone whenever Uncle Sam says it is time for a TDY, deployment, or remote tour. It’s a good life, but it can be filled with lots of unpredictability. I’ve… Read More


15 Things I Have Learned About Parenting…

I have been a parent for almost two years. To some of you veterans out there, I would be considered a beginner. The learning curve is always high for those beginning a new adventure. Therefore, I decided to share with my fellow bloggy friends what I have learned so far during this roller coaster ride… Read More


Why Colon Cancer Sucks…Part Two

Yesterday, I talked about how colon cancer has affected my family. Three of my grandparents beat this disease, but I lost an Aunt to colon cancer that was very dear to me. This disease has been an issue in my family and I believe that it is fruitless to talk about it without suggesting some… Read More


Why Colon Cancer Sucks…Part One

Did you know that March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month? Colon Cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States. Just in case you don’t know, the colon is part of the large intestine. It holds waste products until they are eliminated from your body. I felt compelled to blog about this disease… Read More


Are You Afraid of the Dark?

My family and I spent several nights away from home visiting family during the Christmas holidays. This caused my son to have to sleep in several unfamiliar places. When we stayed with my parents, my son slept in a strange crib without his beloved night light. As expected, he did not automatically fall asleep when… Read More

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