Hi Ladies, How are you all doing? Everyone hunkered down? Are you finding some new things to do? Are you enjoying this extra time with your family? Are you trying not to worry about Covid-19? I know I am doing all the things above, and then some. They diagnosed me with breast cancer. I’ve been doing all the things that need to get done before
It’s interesting that I planned to write about contentment this week. I usually post on Thursdays, but I’ve had difficulty deciding what to write now that my contentment is being tested. Last Thursday I suddenly started down the road to being diagnosed with breast cancer. Monday I will have a biopsy, and by the end of the week, I will know for sure. My husband
Do You Like To Share? One way we taught our children to share was to ask this question: What Do Sather’s Do Best? Everyone knew the answer, and they all shouted, Share! We probably did this a dozen times or more over the parenting years. Today I’m sharing some recent thoughts and ideas that I think will benefit you. The Teaching 2.0 Summit Check out
Be sure to read to the end to get your free interactive internet safety guide. As parents, we do all that we can to prevent family emergencies. None of us want to see our child get injured, be in a car accident, or any damage happen to our home. With a new virus on the horizon, we all consider what we can do to protect
Prepare your family for an emergency? Many of us think: Those things may happen to others, but not to us – right? Now we probably wouldn’t come right out and say it, but we think it, at least I do. It really shook my faith when two incidences happened relatively close together and to people I know and love. First, our 18-month-old son went from
It is great to be back in so many ways. My last article was on December 19th, so it’s been a while. I took some time to work on getting settled into my “new normal”. 2019 gave us a new granddaughter and a new son-in-law. Our little family is growing and we’re loving it. The holidays were quiet, just enjoying being together when we could.