Did You Notice?

Did you see it yet? When you read further down, maybe it’ll catch your eye! I have a NEW button for my blog. Yep, Heather at CSAHM.com made it for me. I think it’s CUTE. I’m not biased, you know… Feel free to copy and add it to your blog if you’d like… Woohoo Oh – and she’s working on my new Queen Size Mommy page, too! So if you’re wanting to follow my journey

Polished Cornerstones – Project Ruth

I decided, after looking through the Polished Cornerstones – Projects for Daughters on the Path to Womanhood from Doorposts, to start simply with my girls. Georgie will be 3 in just a few weeks, and Curly will be 5 a few weeks later. I am brushing up on A Godly Woman, and specifically focusing on Ruth. Monday I read them the story of Ruth from their Little Girls’ Bible and we talked about how Ruth

How’s Your Vision?

How’s Your Vision? Do you have a vision for your life? For your family? For a career? For a ministry? God’s Word talks about the importance of visions in Proverbs 29:18 Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he. What is your vision? Has it been so long since you’ve thought about it, that you can’t think of an answer? Or is your response so close

Power in Prayer

Knowing that intercessory prayer is our mightiest weapon and supreme call for Christians today, I pleadingly urge our people everywhere to pray. Let there be prayer at sun-up, noon day, at sun-down, at midnight, all through the day. Let us all pray for our children, our youth, our aged, our pastors, our homes. Let us pray for our churches. Let us pray for ourselves, that we may not lose the word ‘concern’ out of our

Summing it all up

I can’t believe Friday is here. Really! I woke up thinking it was Thursday, but then I remembered that it was Friday and got my focus! Yesterday, I had the opportunity to spend several hours with a dear, sweet, godly woman who is quickly becoming a soul sister. She is a sassy Southern belle who loves Jesus! We spent FOUR HOURS together (it was only supposed to be about two) and it was awesome. She

Is Weight about Food?

This is a question I’m asking myself lately. The end result of eating too much (combined with moving too little) contributes to obesity. But does this mean that FOOD is the reason people are overweight? What do YOU think? Do you think weight is simply a physiological issue? Do you think emotional issues drive eating in our culture today?


June is here, and I’ve met it with fear and trepidation. Midterms are enough to make me crazy right now, but compound that with a couple of cases of Strep Throat and menstrual cramps that have more often than not feel like labor – well, it’s not fun. On top of that the van needs brakes (new trouble), the IRS is (at least) working with us on payments for the audited amount to pay in,