Maybe you didn’t have the best relationship with your earthly dad. Don’t let that stand in the way of falling into the arms of your heavenly one! This Fathers Day, my prayer is that you honor the Dad who knows you best. He’s right here ready to wrap loving arms around you. Run to Him...and … Continue reading Fun Friday: Fathers Day Trip To The Cabin
Top Five to Thrive OK OK, I know. We’re back to the work week. It can be so discouraging to come off the (semi) relaxed vibe of the weekend and get blasted with a high dose of the daily grind. Take heart! (I love this Bible phrase!) Here’s your .... Top Five to Thrive 1. … Continue reading Monday Moods: Top Five To Thrive
I’m going to get serious about my sloppy love life today. I’m talking about loving when life gets tough. Here’s my Serious Sloppy Love List. What is love? —Love is digging deep when you’ve been hit hard. I usually walk fast. My husband meanders. I hit the hospital pavement at a clip and was through … Continue reading My Serious Sloppy Love List
There are many ways we build walls in our families. A wall is anything that prevents us from connecting and enjoying each other. A wall can destroy interaction between parent and child. It can eat away at a marriage. God offers the ultimate means of tearing down walls. This Type A lady is excited to … Continue reading Tear Down That Wall
Dearest Father in Heaven, Thank you for giving us hope and a future. Help those who struggle with grief and brokeness. Help those who are first responders: police, firemen, soldiers and others who step into danger daily. Help us understand the direction you want us to go....forgive our thoughtlessness and confusion. Heal our land, my … Continue reading September 11 Remembered
Want to help your child do well in school? Love your husband or your wife. Statistics show children in homes whose parents have happy marriages do better in school. The Type A Lady reminds you love is a choice. Feelings follow actions. If you choose to love over and over....feelings will follow. C'mon...Choose to love!
I saw them 65 miles south of Atlanta. We'd shared the road with palm trees and pine trees and mack trucks since south Florida. Florida surroundings were lush and green and manicured and walled. North of Florida now, we drove the same road I followed with my father a year ago. Last year, we sang … Continue reading Joy in the Journey…the Story of the Dogwood