Gnawing off your foot to save yourself is sometimes the answer, I guess. And us good Christian girls should have perfect marriages, tiny waists, and never… ever say the D-word. Divorce. Ha. I said it. And no, I am not getting one… nor have I ever had one. Before I got married, I was givenRead More
“So, what did you do today?” He asked with such minimalism. Physically I couldn’t keep up with my dear husband. Once, in an effort to gain his attention to break for lunch, two of his employees form tackled him. He moves like he is trying out for the mile in the next Olympic races. WhenRead More
When I was pregnant with our youngest daughter Sophie, we were building a custom home for some clients. At the time, I was homeschooling our oldest daughter Maggie and staying home with a very young John and Luke. In an effort to make some extra money I was doing a few of the secretarial dutiesRead More
Once upon a time, There was a young maiden, er… uh… well, actually she was 77-years-old. And she had never been married. Ever. The maiden is Fayrene Clark, Reverend Fayrene Clark-Reese to be precise. I met Fayrene at Mt. Hermon this year, she is now 80-years-old. And she is who I want to be whenRead More
We are a passionate people. And we don’t fight often, but when we do, we make the most of our time. And we have participated in little marriage retreats, had some counseling. And we have read half of 4 highly recommended marriage books, so that counts as two highly recommended marriage books.
We have hit a road block. Not our first, and certainly not our last. Moreover, it does not matter what. Kids, money, work, school, medical, foster care… whatever. Today, my husband Justin and I sat before a stack of notes, doodles, hopes, plans, what if’s and if only’s and realized, there was nothing humanly possibleRead More
I have no choice but to tell you about the lunacy that I am surrounded by…..