Do you have dreams or goals you are trying to reach? Unless you begin to put some intention-ality to writing out the steps
To my kids: This Father’s Day I want to let you know some more of our story. While we were in college, we were on summer mission teams for two years. Your dad was so excited to work with the native children and tell them God loved them and wanted them to go to His Heaven some day. He was so glad when 6 little boys from camp wanted to accept what Jesus had done for them- dying for their sins and giving them a way to be right with God. Continue reading “A tribute to my husband on Father’s Day”
Caleb (the dad) and Adam who is 3
I’m finding that parenting involves a lot of scolding. Consider the conversation from this morning. . .
Adam: WAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!!! (x 30 min.)
Me: *frustration rising*
Me: Self, why are you getting angry?
Self: This DUMB KID won’t stop CRYING!
Me: Uh huh, that’s what kids do, Self. Continue reading “Father’s Day: A Conversation With a Three Year Old”