Recently, my sister and I had the opportunity to getaway for a quick Sister Staycation at the lovely Cityplace Marriott. This gorgeous hotel is located in Northwest Houston, in the up and coming area of CityPlace Springwoods Village. Here you will find the headquarters of companies like Exxon Mobile, Southwest Energy, and HP. The area … Continue reading Staycation at Houston CityPlace Marriott
More important than any of that, is how 41's family, friends, and the American public know without a doubt that he had a personal relationship with God. They can rest knowing that he is in Heaven with Jesus and his beloved wife, Barbara.
I'm finding that I need ways to focus on 'the now' to keep time from slipping through my fingertips. Here are some simple ways to help slow down precious time with your kiddos.
I've slowly realized the importance of staying in touch with friends, and being intentional about investing in the relationships around me. Loving people is the most important part of life. Jobs, locations, seasons of life all change, but friends should be forever.
... many times I am so focused on figuring out God's will for my life tomorrow, that I neglect God's will for my life today.
One of the most heart-wrenching moments of infertility comes when you lack the words to pray. You want to pray, but you literally can't.
We cannot just sit on our heels and love the ones immediately around us. We need to make a point to ask God to open our eyes to those who need love in our midst.
I've gathered my favorite Valentines cards, t-shirts, and goodies for Galentines, co-workers, family, nieces, or nephews!
(New to the blog? This group devotional series is a place for women to fellowship via social media. All are welcome to participate, even if you haven't read. See my post, "Flourishing in Social Fellowship" for more info. Gather at my instagram page every Friday for discussion.) Today has been an emotional day and I'm … Continue reading Social Fellowship: Week 2
Fun tips on how to have a great experience as a parent reader in your child's classroom.