The topic of the season is resolutions. We've all made them. And we've all broken them... on January 2nd. Whether you choose to exercise more, save some money, eat healthier, read more books, or even learn a craft, January brings a time of new beginnings for so many. History lessons for you folks! Years ago,… Continue reading Questions for the New Year
Purpose. The life in ones veins. The path to their walk. The table in which they sup at. Purpose is so important. Without purpose, a person will feel unfulfilled, lost, and depressed. We are masters at creating a fabricated purpose, one that tries so very hard to pave the way to happiness and contentment, but… Continue reading Purposeful Brokenness
Being a military family offers for many adventures, sometimes fun, sometimes not so much fun. I am incredibly thankful for the opportunities Peter's career has supplied our family. I mean, Peter and I were on a 4 year honeymoon in Europe when we got first married! How many people can really say that?! (OK, it… Continue reading Don’t Go to Egypt!
I'm a purger at heart. I love being able to get rid of the old and bring in the new. But with that comes my ability, at times, to be wasteful and not see the value in things. My husband is a master at this. We have gelato containers that I would have thrown out,… Continue reading Faith’s Container