Stuff I Wish You’d Quit Saying: I am praying for you really hard 1
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Stuff I Wish You’d Quit Saying: I am praying for you really hard

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Please follow and like us:Stuff I Wish You’d Quit Saying: I am praying for you really hard As I sat on the curb in tears, the babies ate lollipops in their stroller, oblivious to my drama. I was locked out of my car. It was utterly ridiculous. I used the clicker to lock it when we went into Physical Therapy for one of the children to receive treatment. It worked fine. Now, nothing. The car would not respond. I had …

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31 Days of Stuff I Wish You’d Quit Saying: Day 21 “But You Have it So Together!”

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Please follow and like us:Guest Blog by My Sweet Friend Rebekah Porter Over dinner at church the other night, my pastor friend leans over and says, “…but you have it all together!?” I scoffed and chuckled and appreciated his sarcastic remark which reminded me of how many times I have heard that very statement. I knew he was joking because he knows me. He eats dinner with us and has been a victim of a one-sided food fight started by …

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Stuff I Wish You’d Quit Saying: You’ll Catch Up

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Please follow and like us:Stuff I Wish You’d Quit Saying: You’ll Catch Up…  No. I won’t. And you know what, I don’t care. I spend my life playing catch up. 1. Catch up the laundry. 2. Catch up the shopping. 3. Catch up the bills. 4. Catch up the house work. 5. Catch up my bible study. Catch up… It’s a lie. A lie I have bound my life to. And I am not sure who put down the measuring …

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31 Days of Stuff I Wish You’d Quit Saying: Day 19 “Be Careful…”

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Please follow and like us:A couple months ago I was coming down the stairs of our home, and I stepped on a matchbox car. I fell the last six steps. I sprained my ankle, broke my toe, twisted my wrist and was battered and bruised – as you’d expect. Sam witnessed the misfortune. Since then every time I head to the stairs Sam says, “Beee CAWRFUL Mommy!’ And I really should be more careful. A fall like that from 5’8″ …

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31 Days of Stuff I Wish You’d Quit Saying: Day 18 “I saw on Pintrest…”

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Please follow and like us:This is my Pinterest fail story… The busy work of stopping me… The searing pain was second only to the acidic burn perforating a hole into my brain. Words do not do the fiasco justice. I had suffered with a sinus infection for two weeks. I had two days until I was to travel, alone, well with my mom, but no kids, to California for The Mount Hermon Writers Conference. Advancing my book was the icing …

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Day 16: My baby is dead, please don’t say…

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Please follow and like us:Guest Blog by Shelly D. Templin Words of wisdom from a grieving mother? Um, when you are a grieving mother, wisdom seems elusive. You aren’t really concerned about being wise. You are just trying to breathe through the pain. And then someone says something that makes you want to stop breathing. Almost twenty years ago, I sat at my son’s graveside. His much too small grave with the casket that looked more like a bassinet than …

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