Who doesn't love a good quiz? Gotta admit, I fall for too many of them. After all, don't I need to know what Gilmore Girls character I am or which Disney Princess I resemble? Even more fun is when you take a quiz with friends. Although I have to admit that I was a little embarrassed a few weeks ago when my online Bible study played a game where you gained points for every time you fixed your hair, wore real pants, wore a bra, put on makeup, or other things like that. It
So an interesting thing happened to me last week.
It was a beautiful Spring day—just warm enough and super windy when some friends stopped by to help my Dad with a project. Being a people, person, I loved it! I like being around people, and it was so good to spend some time chatting my another woman. Plus, I really enjoyed watching their little boy’s enthusiasm for the project. (I love seeing life through the eyes of a child.)
It wasn’t until they were about to lea
So here we are—the week before Memorial Day Weekend and I should be at the beach.
No seriously. For the past few years, this has been when Jamie and I would take our summer vacation. Yes, I know it’s early, but it’s the only time we’ve been able to afford to go (because the rates are super cheap this time of year.) Usually we’d just be wrapping up Mantours, and we’d be pretty exhausted. A few days sitting in the sun watching the waves roll in are just what the doctor
A few weeks ago, I was scrolling through social media when I saw a post from a friend who has a little girl.
Her post told the story of the little girl asking her aunt if she could have some juice.
The aunt said, “You have to go ask your mommy.”
To which the little girl replied “I already, did she said “no”. Now you go ask her.”
And of course, I thought this post was adorable. I smiled and “oohed” and “awwed” at this little one’s clever answer. I mean, how cute is t
A few weeks ago my friend told me about some people who were raised in the church only to have negative experiences totally taint their opinion of church life. As she was talking I had to admit, I could understood her friend's perspective. Raised in the church, I’ve seen it all. Even though I can understand how these people felt and came to their conclusions, these are not the same conclusions that I reached in my life.
So I started asking myself “What was different