Season of Sisters by Emily March – Review

In SEASON OF SISTERS, New York Times bestselling author Emily March weaves a compelling and thoroughly charming tale of three Southern women whose chance meeting at a charity bridal gown sale will change their lives forever. Holly Weeks loves her boyfriend, but he miscalculated when he dragged her to a wedding gown sale. Marriage isn’t one of her life goals, and a pretty dress won’t change her mind. Nothing can change it – to her…

"Season of Sisters by Emily March – Review"

Thanksgiving – Sometimes you have to dig deep to be thankful  

What makes alienation so easy? Humans need security. To ask someone to stop and question 10-15-20 and even 30 years of their security is something most people cannot handle. To learn that half of their life is built on lies and half-truths is unfathomable. Life is easy, why complicate it. In most circumstances, only a tragic event will make a person question what they believe; and how many parents are willing to ask that their…

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Lessons I’ve Learned

        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.        I don’t know why God put this on my heart today. Maybe with all the violence and ugliness going on in the world, we all need to be reminded to love one another. Maybe someone needed the message I had to impart.…

"Lessons I’ve Learned"

"You choose your actions, not the consequences"

 There is a saying, “You choose your actions, you do not get to choose the consequences”. Never is that more true than in divorce. The reasons, no matter how substantial, cease to matter as time wears on; it is the consequences that live long and prosperous lives.        It no longer matters that there was abuse, infidelity, lack of love, miscommunication; it is the consequences that linger on. And, it is those consequences that affect everyone, from adults to children,…

""You choose your actions, not the consequences""

Lessons I've Learned

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"