“You take the high road and I’ll take the low road and we’ll be in Scotland before you; but me and my true love will never meet again, on the bonnie, bonnie banks o’ Loch Lomond.” I remember hearing this old Scottish song written in 1841, at various times in my life. I never knew what it […]
Not too long ago, I was watching from the sidelines as a friend of mine didn’t get her way. She desperately wanted things to go her way in the situation, but the others involved did not side with her. It was as if I could see her mind reeling, as she dealt with all the […]
Lint or Lent? Words matter. But so does the explanation of them, as clearly noticed in this scenario!
Not too long ago, I was talking to a lady about her struggling marriage. There was no infidelity, and no abuse in any way. They didn’t see eye to eye on money, and that was the source of most of their problems. She made this statement to me: “I have a total peace about divorcing my […]
How a cup of coffee can teach you a bunch about your marriage.
Have you ever asked yourself that question? I mean, really? While our daughter was home for the Thanksgiving holidays, we decided to go see the movie, “Hacksaw Ridge”. Now, I am not condoning or saying that I approve of this movie in its entirety, as there were elements that certainly were not necessary to the […]
One Essential Key to Finding More Free Time for your Family
It’s always so fun to receive a gift wrapped all up in a nice box with a bow! I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to rip into it, and get whatever is inside, out! Think about it: any box we receive is almost always intended for us to open…to get out of […]
At our home, if you want to know if someone is telling you the truth, we would ask, “Jesus knows?” and if they said, “Jesus knows.” we knew they were not lying to us! There’s something about giving your word! To give our word means that it is truth to you, you mean what you […]
People ask Dale and I all the time about our divorce. They ask us questions like, “How did you get the love to come back?”, “What happened with your extended families?”, and “What is the one thing that caused it to all fall apart?” The truth is that it was not just one thing. It […]