I carved out the special rose that Sarah had requested and laid it on the coffin....later, her husband took the rose out of the casket and has it by her picture in the living room.
Photos are a huge source of stress to me. This must be an inherited disorder because my mom had it too! I love looking at my pictures, but mostly they get shoved in an album or box that collects dust in the back of a closet. Here are some tips for de-stressing your photo anxiety: 1. Toss duplicates/ very similar shots 2. Only keep the shots you LOVE (the kid matters, not the various clothes on the kid) 3. Store digitals on your computer and in your email folders 4. Organize your digital photos by folder
Why pay to play when you can do it free? This isn't just playing. My Gym (and programs like it) builds confidence, encourages exploration, teaches social skills, coordination, physical strength and agility. It's an investment in your child you can't afford to miss.
Thank you, moms who are artfully using your swords (of truth). For you who aren’t, consider this your invitation to pick it back up, or lift it for the first time. It will be a weighty weapon you’ll never want to lay back down.
While surveys tell us that around 80% of Americans claim to be Christians, those same surveys reveal that those who attend any faith's services regularly may be less than 25%. So, for those who attend at least a few times each month, study the Bible and are followers of Christ, you may have your own (improved) answers to the questions I asked. You may disagree with Pastor Fuller’s answers. You may even think the questions are goofy. But for the other 75%, I hope the discussion we had will be at least entertaining (we had some fun!) and at best enlightening.