Who treats you right?
Well, God, of course, but besides that?
Who’s got your back, stitches up your broken dreams, and sponges away your sorrow?
Who does good for you when you need it ...
Here’s a fun game we can play with children. We hold our hands with our fingers interlocked. Then we say . . .
This is the church . . .
This is the steeple . . .
Train cars follow one another along the track.
That’s how trains work. There’s one engine, and it pulls the cars behind it.
Unhook a car, and it’s not going anywhere. Nada. It’s stuck in ...
Raising kids is tough.
It’s easy to let them get under our skin.
Our last nerve gets bamboozled, and we want to react, and not always in a good way.
God says, “Hold on to your ...
A grandmother who raised her children during the Great Depression of the 1930s lived by a stringent mantra: Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.
She did that with strings and plastic ...
Coffee and cream. Bacon and eggs. Peanut butter and jelly. Some things just go together.
In a children’s story by Dr. Seuss, one of the characters champions green eggs and ham as a culinary ...
Wedding photos are beautiful.
Two people in love. Stars in their eyes. Tomorrow is a bright future, and nothing will prevent them from achieving their anticipated goals.
A cozy home
Much loved ...