My husband has accepted a position at a new engineering firm. I am really sad to see him leave his job of over eight years because he has enjoyed it all these years, but a growing family and things such as BILLS drove him to interview in search of a salary increase. He has had . . . → Read More: You said what?
What? You want more children? That is the question, isn’t it, for any family that has more than two or three? Some people ask it out loud and aghast while others are just pleasantly curious. Though some argue that it’s none of anyone’s business, personally, the questions don’t bother me. I’m pretty inquisitive myself, and . . . → Read More: What? You want more children?
This time of year I see so many dating ideas going around, and I think that’s great! But yes, I kissed dating goodbye. Sound kind of funny coming from a married woman?
I majored in Biblical Counseling at the small Bible college that I attended. So as a part of the program marriage was a . . . → Read More: I Kissed Dating Goodbye
It was me. I pitched a fit. My husband was standing behind me telling me what to do. I was trying so hard to get it right. He was making me very nervous with the things he kept calling out for me to do. Though I was trying, I just knew I’d end up with . . . → Read More: Pitch a fit
While Jason was home during our Christmas/New Year vacation, he tried to get some things done around the house when we weren’t playing games.
A piece of the floor had come off months before and he had thought he’d get a new one since the existing one was very scratched up, but with all the . . . → Read More: Marriage: Gotta Laugh!
This year we didn’t buy Christmas presents–at all. That seems so strange…and it’s my family! We haven’t ever spent a lot of money on Christmas presents, but we usually get each of the kids one gift spending around $20 per child. Sometimes Jason and I will buy gifts for each other and some times we . . . → Read More: No Gifts for Christmas
After we spent a couple of hours on the water slides we took the older four kids back to Camp Carnival. They were going to be painting and my kids didn’t want to miss it. That was fine with us. Jason and I took advantage and went to sit outside where we could enjoy the . . . → Read More: Eaves dropping on board
As you’ve heard on a few occasions, I’m pretty much a chicken when it comes to driving. I’m okay on my beaten path–during the daylight, but I try to avoid driving at night all together. And downtown Dallas? No way!
One morning I received a phone call from my husband; he said, “I need you . . . → Read More: Because we love each other
When we were growing up my mom and sisters were great seamstresses. They also enjoyed various kinds of similar projects such as quilting and knitting. Well all those arts that require a needle look about the same to me. Their projects seemed to accumulate faster than they could finish them, so it seemed like . . . → Read More: Humor in Marriage
Jason called early in the day and told me that he was swamped at work, and that he’d be late. I wasn’t to expect him until after nine o’clock. Now I always like to have him home early, but if he is not home I can make PB&Js for the kids or eat left overs . . . → Read More: Mr Jims Pizza