I am pretty lazy. That might be a bombshell for everyone but my mother and a few sisters. I hide it well. But I notice my lazy streak flaring up in my daughter. She takes the easiest route. She leaves things half done. She does her work as quick as she can (translation: poorly and messy) so… Read More A little confession
Ever honest, I am. So, here’s some truth from this stage of my life. I detest (that sounds too harsh) do not care for small children. Yes, I do have three of them. And yes, I do love them, but I do not enjoy being with them all day. I informed my husband that a nanny would… Read More Last year was a Proverbs 31 kinda year.
It is so easy to speak harshly of those who believe differently than you. I have entered what Brian McLaren calls the third stage of faith: perplexity. Everyone has an opinion. Who knows what is right? And I’m slowly shifting to the fourth: Harmony/Humility. Love God. Love Others. My thoughts As I begin a new Bible study group this fall studying… Read More Be careful what you say
Today is the 91st anniversary of the 19th ammendment to the Constitution. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex. Today, August 26, is celebrated as Women’s Equality Day. Of course, you knew I’d have… Read More What is inequality?
A strong husband, who can find? His wife trusts him and lacks nothing. He selects quality materials and is eager to work. He brings home exotic food, as merchant ships do. He provides food for the family and manages the household. He looks at land, buys it, and invests money wisely. He is a hard… Read More A Man of Virtue