When I was in second grade, there was a girl named Natosha who was the classroom bully. She was loud and obnoxious. She was also the teacher’s pet. When the teacher had to leave the room, Natosha was the one who was asked to take names and when the opportunity came her claws would come … Continue reading Tooth for Tooth?
I have previously shared in the post, Art of Adoption(s): Unless the Lord Builds the House, regarding the home the Lord gave to us in order to build our family. It shares how my wife, myself, and Joshua moved into a large home with lots of room for God to build our family from three to nine.
1. You will be surrounded by many "things" but always remember people are more important than things. 2. Boys, make sure you marry a very, very, strong woman. Together, you will create a power team. She will make you mad a lot but when all is said and done, it will be the best thing … Continue reading Art of Adoption(s): 25 Words of Wisdom for My Children
How does a person in their 20's or 30's write an autobiography? Like the ocean's tide, our lives are always changing. Our story today will not be the whole story tomorrow. It will only be in part.
I always share not to judge our family by our social media post. Like you, we try to put our best out there we don't share the ugly, the breakdowns, the fights, the cat fights between the girls, the boy's nasty and embarrassing behaviors, or the like (or dislikes). We are a very normal family … Continue reading Nice Normal Family?