There was time in my life when I allowed another’s lies to define who I was. That was a lifetime ago; and that time has ended. We learn, as Christians, to see Jesus when we look at people; but how many of us actually have that thought running rampant through our mind every second of our busy days? My former mother-in-law never missed an opportunity to voice to my mother that she told her son he should…"Lessons I've Learned"
I was reading an email that I received today and it immediately brought to mind my first marriage. The topic was about longing for a person to turn to, someone to defend you, and keep you safe. The reason I thought of my ex-husband was I did not receive this acceptance and love from him. He never defended me, in fact, he often belittled me and told lies about me. I learned the…"From the Heart – What we all long for"
Sunday’s From the Heart Series – It’s all about the etiquette OR, maybe you don’t give a hoot about proper etiquette? I do! Even acquaintances of mine will tell you it doesn’t take long to see I am all about manners and proper etiquette! I was reading an article the other day about the proper way to handle different etiquette situations, and the topic of being invited to a shower or a party…"Are YOU making this etiquette mistake?"
Sundays – they always seem to be a day of enlightenment, a day of renewal. I returned home a short time ago from our “normal” Sunday morning activities. Each Sunday morning, Hubby and I, along with many others from church, visit the local nursing home to say theRosary with the residents. Not normally one for making friends easily, I have become friends with an older couple who come to the nursing home for the Rosary on Sunday…"From the Heart – Sundays as a day of enlightenment"
by: Donna McBroom-Theriot/ @MyBookofStories Follow @MyBookofStories One of my sisters took my mother to have a test run at the hospital this week. It was either a nerve test or a brain test. It escapes me at this moment. We already know she has nerve so that may not have been the test. Then, after you look at the picture below, you will see why it must have…"If I only had a brain…"
Ten Rules for Being Human Inspired by: Cherie Carter-Scott You will receive a body. You may like it or hate it, but it’s yours to keep for the entire period. You will learn lessons. You are enrolled in a full-time informal school called, “life.” There are no mistakes, only lessons. Growth is a process of trial, error, and experimentation. The “failed” experiments are as much a part of the process as the experiments that ultimately “work.” Lessons…"Ten Rules for Being Human by Cherie Carter-Scott"