Frieda my lovely mother is a frequent contributor to LaughWithUsBlog. She is sharing a story today from her college days:
After I left college, I spent six months with my parents in Nicaragua. When I came back to the States I spent a few days at the college from which I had graduated, visiting . . . → Read More: How NOT to make someone feel special
We left our church of eight years. I didn’t want to. It is a wonderful Bible teaching church with excellent preaching and worship. Yes, there were a couple of things we disagreed with doctrinally, but we knew the issues when we got there and didn’t see them as dividing issues. We still don’t.
My husband . . . → Read More: Leaving a Church
Some time ago I began a study of Proverbs. My intention was to study the book and then teach it to my children. I didn’t get as far I would have liked, but as I read over my notes the other day, I thought I’d share with you my thoughts on Proverbs 1:2. “To know . . . → Read More: Knowlege and Wisdom
I was sitting in the family room feeding the baby and watching a show with the kids. “Mom something stinks!” Joy wrinkled her nose.
“Be nice,” I jumped to conclusions.
“Yeah, Mom, I smell it too,” Faith agreed.
“What is it?” I finally got up and walked toward them. It smelled like a burning hair . . . → Read More: Something every day
Our guest post today comes from Sue Midgley, mother to five boys, and wife to one husband. They lead a small English-speaking church in Antananarivo, Madagascar and hail from Pretoria in South Africa. I feel as though I have gotten to know Sue and her family through Robin’s blog The Great Escape: Life from . . . → Read More: A Modern Pharisee’s Prayer
Last week we got to see our baby again! I was 21 weeks along, so they took all the baby’s measurements. The technician assured me once again that he’s a boy! We are still just so excited about that! All of his measurements were exactly right on target, and so far he looks completely healthy–yea!
. . . → Read More: Prenatal Appointment and Impatience
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About three weeks after the onset of my Bell’s Palsy I woke up one morning and looked in the mirror, as I had done each morning, in hopes that I could move my face again. On this morning it seemed like maybe I had just . . . → Read More: The Hardest Year of My Life Part 10
You may have noticed by now that Valentine’s Day is usually a big deal at our house. I have always loved Valentine’s Day–the colors, hearts, chocolate, romance. . . . What’s not to like?
At the beginning of our marriage, I think my attitude was typical. Though I loved doing something special for my husband, . . . → Read More: My Thoughts on Valentine’s Day
“Girls! Get your shoes on!” I yelled as I got little Jason ready to go. I could still hear all three girls playing. “Girls! It’s time to go. Get your shoes on right now!” I wasn’t that far away from them. I knew they heard me, but none of them had made any attempt to . . . → Read More: The Worst Mom Ever
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The last incident of interest that I remember happened one day as I was cleaning the shower. These people had a huge, elegant master bath with a separate shower and Jacuzzi tub. I would clean the walls and then . . . → Read More: My Adventures as a Cleaning Woman Part 3