May this encourage you, dear sisters. You are not alone. You are not alone.
#1- I love that we are just plain weird. We passed ‘quirky’ long ago. As my Brookie loves to say, “Who wants to be normal anyways? That sounds so boring” That’s right, sister. Rock on.
It would be easier to tell you that it’s required and I have to as part of my schooling program, but its not. Continue reading
I have been reading posts on a Facebook page called Breathing for Laura. It’s one man’s journey, losing his young wife and raising two little girls on his own. I love his posts. Continue reading
We are that muddy family
Here we are; muddy as they come. On our best day, we can put on a show for about ten minutes that is until one of the kids pours water down the other ones back or my son decides to tackle one of his sisters. We are messy- muddy- but aren’t we all? Continue reading
In 2012 Karin and I wrote a series of books. They are letters as if God is writing directly to you. They are personal. They give Him skin. As I have struggled lately with moments that seem more than I can bear, I have found these letters to be my source of encouragement and comfort. Continue reading