Pray For Those Who Persecute You

Pray For Those Who Persecute You

I'm sure you've heard it said that prayer is our most powerful weapon. I've been praying that God would increase my love for specific people in my life. The love is already there, but I desire an abundance of love! You may be familiar with Matthew 5:44, "You have...

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Gratitude

Gratitude

I love the month of November because it gives us intentional space to slow down and express our gratitude in light of Thanksgiving. Ephesians 5:20,"Giving thanks always and for everything to God the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ," Very simply, gratitude...

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From Soreness to Strength

From Soreness to Strength

I'm 2.5 months into a fitness and nutrition plan and it is going great! I needed some help to get the final bit of baby weight off and I'm well on my way. I know I've shared on the air that I really don't enjoy working out. Exercise is incredibly difficult for me....

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Listen

Listen

I'll admit that at 40 years old, I'm not as up on apps as my younger counter parts may be. About a year ago I was introduced to Marco Polo and have really enjoyed it to stay connected to my friends during the pandemic. Marco Polo allows you to send video messages (any...

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Leaves

Leaves

It is that time of year where the trees share their beautiful colors and shortly after fall sweetly to the ground. You know what that means? Raking galore! My husband spent a great deal of time raking and bagging leaves this past week. The lawn looked pretty nice by...

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Are Ya Done?

Are Ya Done?

The baby is in the phase where he thinks it is hilarious to empty out kitchen cupboards of their contents. I love his curiosity and sense of adventure! All of the cupboards actually have childproof locks on them except one of them that holds all of the plastic kid's...

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ODAAT

ODAAT

Have you heard that acronym before? ODAAT: One Day At A Time. ODAAT is a phrase commonly used in the recovery community. It means to not look at the recovery journey as a life-long denial, (of said addictive substance or behavior) but rather to focus on living in...

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Don’t Get Any on You!

Don’t Get Any on You!

Well, I figured it was only a matter of time before I shared a blog post about diapers. I'll try to keep it as clean as possible, I promise 🙂 As a parent, diaper blowouts are inevitable! If you have a baby with a healthy GI system, he/she is going to have the...

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Run to the Mess

Having 3 boys means there is always a mess. Always. Now that the baby is mobile, he requires even more oversight. This week alone he decided to empty all of the Tupperware from the cupboard, use the dog water dish as his personal splash pad and smear his vomit all...

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Clothe Yourself

Clothe Yourself

I've been cleaning out closets in our house. The big boys tend to wear shorts and t-shirts for as long as possible before moving into comfy pants and sweatshirts for the cooler months. (My tween boys haven't ventured into the world of fashion or even matching yet)....

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