This past weekend while the world was arguing on social media about women’s marches and mean Tweets, I was tucked away with hundreds of women celebrating freedom in Christ.
Have you ever thought about how much your relationship with your kids is a reflection of how God sees you?
I like to think about things like that.
Are you getting ready for summer? With school winding down and vacations being planned and the heat coming upon us it’s prep time. I am trying to clean the house and the spiff up the porch
Since I am traveling this week, I thought it would be great to share with you some posts you may have missed. It’s the time of year when we all gear up for graduations, swimming, traveling and THE HEAT!
I don’t get into politics here at the Point, so I won’t discuss candidates….y’all can hash that out for yourself on Facebook and Twitter. What I want to talk about is behavior. I mean doggone!
Anger. It’s the number one topic moms ask me about. How to control it, how to stop being so angry, how to be a happier mom. So when my friend Amber told me she was writing a book about anger, I was thrilled!
With 9 kids, I have heard many versions of “Mom, I’m bored,” and, “I don’t have anything to do.” I usually send them outside with orders to, “Run around and have FUN!”.
Last week when I was at Disney I got to meet a couple of y’all and that was wonderful! I love meeting you all in person and getting to chat with you. Both of the ladies I met asked me the same question that many of you ask me, “How are things going with your daughter?”.
As we approach the winter it’s a good time to prepare for the possibility of sickness in the family. It happens to all of us occasionally, we catch a bug that’s going around and before we know it we are in bed. All day.