In case it wasn’t obvious, yesterday’s post was really difficult for me to write. I cried almost the whole time I was typing. But it was very pivotal… the determination to “choose joy” during this holiday season was cemented in my spirit with each tear that I shed. I published the post, got off the … [Read more…]
What can be done when the “Christmas Spirit” is broken? When even the simplest of holiday gatherings brings such stress that my husband cannot function as he should? How do I hold this family together for the rest of the holiday season?
It seems like I just did one of these posts. I figured that this series would run once a month…or so… but as I refuse to set any sort of official blog schedule for myself, then I can do it whenever I want. Even if it’s been less than two weeks since the last post. … [Read more…]
My substance was not hid from thee, when I was made in secret, and curiously wrought in the lowest parts of the earth. Thine eyes did see my substance, yet being unperfect; and in thy book all my members were written, which in continuance were fashioned, when as yet there was none of them. (Psalm … [Read more…]
WIVES OF FAITH 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS BLOG CARNIVAL…DAY 13. My Christmas wish to all my friends, family, and other military wives…
WIVES OF FAITH 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS BLOG CARNIVAL DAY 12. 1. The first thing I don’t take for granted this year is God’s amazing love…I know it may sound a bit trite, but God is showing me every day how much He loves me and cares for me, even when I don’t feel worthy. … [Read more…]
After all of the packages you’ve packed for your husband, wouldn’t it be nice if someone mailed you a care package? What would be in it?
WIVES OF FAITH 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS BLOG CARNIVAL DAY 11. I would have to say that the perfect care package for Christmas is one that is packed with the intention of bringing Christmas to the soldier, the way that he wants it. For some men that means mini trees and lights to put in … [Read more…]