To be honest the four to six week recovery time from surgery scared me more than the surgery. Like most busy mothers, I don’t have time to lounge around, or be sick, so this sounded more like a prison sentence than an opportunity. My children, all young adults, are well capable of running a household, and have proven that beyond a doubt during these last
We actually got snowed in during our recent 9 inch snowfall. My husband and son went to church early in the truck with 4-wheel drive, but I decided not to attempt in in the van. So…after reading some Scripture and praying with my girls I spent some time looking at sites I rarely have time to visit. I found some amazing blogs
The secret is out! There is some truth to the proverb, “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” When I first met my future husband and considered cooking him a meal, I remember bemoaning the fact that the only things I knew how to cook had tomato sauce in them – spaghetti, lasagna, pizza, sloppy joes, and the like. I later
Thoughts on My Son’s Graduation For some of us this spring has brought the success of seeing one of our children graduate from high school. All mothers enjoy their children’s successes, but for homeschool mothers this milestone is a big accomplishment, not only for your child, but for you. It brings with it an amazing variety of thoughts and questions: Did I do everything right?
Proclaiming God’s Faithfulness http://www.Phyllis-Sather.com Follow me: Twitter or Facebook Contact me: Phyllis@Phyllis-Sather.com I’ve recently discovered that I just take myself too seriously sometimes, so in an effort to have a bit more fun I’m going to try to send out a link to one of my favorite fonts each Friday and links to a couple of my favorite sites. Let me know what you think
I’ve come across some interesting articles on prayer that I wanted to share with you this week. The first is titled Prayer by Proxy and was in the last issue of World Magazine. It seems that the online company – InformationAgePrayer.com will now pray for you. Prayer by proxy While some Europeans are cyber shopping for certificates to renounce their baptisms, an American website
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