Mom sent this memo to me years ago, but I'm so glad I held onto it. I'm writing this one down and praying that it helps me remember that my voice, as loud as it is, isn't the one that lets real life in.Read More
I have not been swimming in gratitude. I found myself making lists of what needed to be done or bought and becoming aggravated when things weren't happening on my timeline. I quickly realized that I was becoming very greedy instead of dwelling on the many precious gifts I do have.Read More
Three notes from my dear Momma that should help us all this week...and all the other weeks. I know I don't count my blessings nearly as often as I should, but I do a pretty good job of grumbling over the things I don't have! This one is going up on fridge ASAP!Read More
Do you ever ponder that first meeting with our Messiah?
What will He look like, feel like, what will His expression be?
I imagine Him beaming at me and beckoning me come to Him for the warmest embrace of all time.
All pain forgotten, all longings met, and the joy of finally seeing Him face to face...oh how Ms. Carmichael was right when she penned the words below.
It's a letter from Honey to her daughter Mary Anne and it reminded me so much of the weekly emails I get from my own sweet momma.
Times have changed, but heartfelt advice from doting mother to growing daughter has not.
Where would we all be without our mothers, pushing us forward, urging us to be our best selves, pointing us to Christ, and dealing with us gently when we mess up?