Dear friends, I’m so excited to have my first-ever guest blog post by the author of From Me to We, Lucille Williams. She is a delightfully honest and funny writer who is passionate about God, marriage, and parenting. Her children are all grown, and in fact she is now a young grandmother! Lucille shares some wisdom… Continue reading Making Time for Your Spouse When Life with Children Gets Hectic
I’m feeling grumpy, so I’m going to write. It’s going to be my new therapy. I will think about why I’m grumpy and see how that compares to the truth I find in God’s Word. I’ll probably do some prayin’ and some confessin’. (I don’t know why I just wrote that; I’m not from the South. But I… Continue reading It’s His Job, Not Mine! (5 reasons to change your perspective when you’re mad about something your husband didn’t do)
It was November 13 and I had just gotten off the phone with my mom to wish her a happy birthday. We talked about our trip to Paris next year and how much we were looking forward to it. My mother is a hard working payroll specialist and hasn’t gotten to travel a whole lot… Continue reading Why Do We Care More about Paris than Beirut and Nigeria?
I’m sorry. I know my very first blog post ever should probably be about my three-year-old dictator-child’s hilarious antics…..or how God is teaching me that I’m good enough, smart enough, and doggone it, people like me. But I can’t. Because while my life is usually consumed by my love for my husband, children, faith, good food, good… Continue reading The Rap Sheet