If you give a moose a muffin, he’ll need some butter with it. And if you give a mouse a cookie, he’ll surely need a glass of milk. If you give a pig a pancake, he’ll ask for the syrup. But what happens if you give an older woman a question? I’ve talked recently about the need for older women… Read More
Would You Like Someone Else to Plant a Little Something?
We weren’t meant to do life alone. And guess what? You don’t even have to plant alone! We’ve been talking about planting, sowing good seed into the soil of our lives. We’ve talked about preparing the soil and being intentional about sowing the good see of God’s Word deep into that soil so it could take root and grow. But… Read More
Lessons From Those We Walk Behind
I mentioned a few posts ago that I learned how to be a good friend by watching my mom be a friend. Indeed, I’ve learned quite a few things by watching my mom. She’s a pretty sharp gal. In fact, it’s occurred to me lately that there are many habits or ways our older generations possess which are slowly but… Read More
A New Series on the Home
Series help me focus. I’m a pretty scatterbrained person, so it’s good for me to have something that helps me focus. So today we’re starting a new series for Thursdays. No longer will I wake up on Thursday mornings and wonder what in the world to post about. I’ll wake up instead, look at my messy home and wonder who… Read More
Look Back, Look Ahead – Someone is there!
Last night as I drove home from my MOPS group’s Christmas party for the leadership team, I was struck once again with a haunting thought. “What in the world am I doing being a mentor for younger moms? Do I have anything at all to offer these women?” Really now, in some ways many of them seem to have it… Read More