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The Source

Over the past couple of years I have had many changes in my life. One major one was my oldest son taking the big step and getting married after being with his then girlfriend for four years. They had been together since their junior year in highschool and I couldn't ask for a better wife for him. We are blessed! They've been married going on two years now and are expecting their first child; my grandson. I am slowly coming to terms with all of the times I've heard people talk about how great it is being a grandparent, and how grandkids are the best. Our little man still has a couple of months in the womb, at least that's what we pray, and I am already in love. I have, sitting by my rocking c


It’s All about the Sacrifice It’s funny how the old saying “Opposites Attract” rings so true to so many married couples. As a matter of fact, in the beginning of a relationship, it can be the very thing that brings spark to the relationship. However, once married, after a short time, it can quickly become the thing that causes friction between you. Is that not the mystery of all time? I want to share with you a part of my relationship with my husband where we are total opposites. He is a late night person who loves staying up late and sleeping in as late as possible; I am an early to bed early to rise person. While this can actually be a blessing in our crazy life with kiddos, it also has

The Moment's In-Between

Matthew 7:7-8 "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened." It's amazing how we can get so easily caught up in the circumstances of our lives. Life, kids, work, loss; I could go on and on. It's like sometimes they just consume every part of our being. Often at times leaving us frozen in a state of despair; feeling lost and alone. One of my son's has been battleing a sitituation for quite sometime now. He has good days and he has bad days. And as his momma, I rejoice on the good days and I am saddened on his bad days. (As with any of my chi