Have you ever dropped to your knees with tears streaming down your face and whispered a prayer, "God, please help my child!" I'm not just talking about small children or teenagers I also include adult children. My mother is seventy-two, and she still prays for me. Her mother, my grandmother is … [Read more...] about When Parents Pray Till Their Knees Get Sore
Do you ever look at your surroundings and wish you had so much more. That was me... "Mom, can I have a quarter to go to the candy store?" "Cindy, I don't have a quarter. If I did, I would give it to you." I walked all the way to school steaming mad. I hated my life. We seemed to never have … [Read more...] about When Fame and Fortune Comes Before Family.
When my friend Linda and I were teenagers we would take the ten-minute walk uptown to a local restaurant and have coffee. Linda and I finished high school, and I went on to marry my sweetheart Vance, and have a large family. Linda moved from Wawa after high school and worked with people who had … [Read more...] about Be Fruitful and Multiply
When you were a teenager was there a point in your life where you almost made a really stupid decision that would have ruined your life forever? I can relate, I was one of those foolish girls... When I was in high school and was at an age where I knew better than my mother what life was all about, … [Read more...] about Knight in Shining Armour
Worry. Is there anyone on this earth who doesn't know that word inside and out? I am personally very familiar with this highway robber or should I say joy killer. In my short forty-eight years on this earth, I have learned something: most of what I WORRY about never came … [Read more...] about Joy Killer
This post is dedicated to our children; Charity, Dan, Devyn, Aryanna, Eythan and Jazmin. Thank you, for being your brother's keeper💗 Have you ever been to a movie that turns you into a blubbering mess? If your a man, have you been to one that caused you to swallow your Adam's apple a hundred times? … [Read more...] about My Brother’s Keeper