Let’s work to build up our husbands and not think of their differences as crazy or their opinions as useless. OK, I may not be asking my hubs for decorating advice any time soon, but I could be better at listening to his ideas.
I am glad to have 2015 behind me and I have high hopes for 2016. Not that there’s any reason to think that except trust in God and believing He knows that I can only take so much.
I’ve got some great stuff to share with you today as you prepare for the weekend! I do a lot of writing for other sites and I forget to share those articles with you because my brain only works at half speed these days.
I went to see the movie “Everest” yesterday. I normally go for those blockbuster, adventure thriller kind of movies because, frankly, they scare me.
I decided to do some digging about meddlers (also known as busybodies) and see what else the Bible has to say about it. I definitely wanted to know if I was doing any of that meddling stuff myself and I sure don’t want to suffer as one!
I’ve been the recipient of a lot of hate over the past few months and it does cause me to wonder. I mean, what’s the point of spreading hate?
But have you ever though of it as art? Art is enchanting and art is messy and each workmanship is unique. It involves creativity and humanness and mistakes. You can’t have a quality piece of art without a lot of trial and error and erasing and lessons.
Have you ever watched the show “Extreme Couponing”? I watched it last week and by the end I was feeling pretty inadequate. I don’t use coupons at the grocery store.
When we blame others for our choices, it not only keeps us from maturing and growing in areas we need to, but it hinders having whole, healthy relationships.
I have shared this with many groups when I speak and I always get a food of emails afterward asking me questions about how it works. I go into some of it in the video and in this older post, but I want to answer a few more questions.