Category: <span>Memories</span>

Stress, Lies, and the Tooth fairy . . .

Easter has come and gone for another year. Along with it, an opportunity to create healthy, memorable experiences came and went for another year. Which opportunity was that you ask? The opportunity to create a trusting, healthy relationship with your children that will aid you in raising them up to …

Guest Blog: Katie Tippett Introduces Selah ~ Pause and Praise

Five years ago, I put my fussy baby in the car and started driving. She didn’t want to nap, but she was just so tired. And sometimes a car ride would soothe her. I had so much to do, but she was screaming, and I was desperate for just a …

When God Asks – Who Are You?

Exert from Becoming the Bride of Christ: A Personal Journey – Volume One: I had a short daydream (yes, this author is a dreamer) as I was loading the washing machine one day. I’m one of those people happiest when I’m busy doing things in, around, or for God’s House …

It Was Over. . . and then He Hugged Me!

I found myself staring at papers suing me for divorce and custody of my two small children. A visit to a lawyer revealed that if I wanted any hope of raising my children, I needed to counter-sue. But f I was to counter-sue for divorce, a nightmares shouted, I’d lose …

Forced Staycation? Spring Break? Here’s some ideas for you

Scheduling among working mothers has become a sudden issue with the COVID-19 situation causing governments and health authorities to declare gatherings below various thresholds to no longer take place. This has churches moving online, schools shutting down, and parents scrambling to figure out what to do with their kids so …

The One-Hour Walk Adventure

“What are we going to do today?” “I’m bored!” “But I read that book yesterday!” Uh oh, sounds like it’s time for another Mom-style adventure.  The fact that Spring Break is just around the corner here in Canada, brings back memories when my kids were still in elementary school.  We …