Dear Scarlette, Lessons in Latergramming :: I love technology, but this is a beautiful reminder of how it does sometimes crowd our life and make us missing out on truly living. This is the first time I’ve read Kayla Aimee, but I’m glad I clicked on a link from Blogher. Here’s to a balance between being online and offline!
Why you shouldn’t judge the mom in front of you at the checkout line … :: I’ve been both the mom trying to keep it all together until I got out of the store into the comforts of my minivan and the mom at the back of the line internalizing my judgmental thoughts. Hooray to Genny Heikka for this practical encouragement for moms everywhere in the line.
“I’m Adopted” :: This is my favorite Slugs & Bugs song. In fact, it’s one of my favorite songs by anyone. Yes, I have two adopted kids, but I’m also not sure I’ve ever heard the gospel summed up so succinctly or beautifully. This new video makes the message even better, even though I had no idea that was possible. Well done, Randall Goodgame and team.
I’ve Never Been Told That Before :: Jennifer Schmidt doesn’t know me, but, goodness, I feel like she wrote this for me. I often leave a conversation and wonder if I’ve said too much. Let’s just hope God uses the most important words that come out of my mouth and I realize when I need to shut up.
Isaiah Canaan: Tale of two contrasting seasons :: I’m certainly glad #3 is back, even if this season isn’t like last season. I’m a loyal Murray State fan, so it’s fun to watch a player who cares about his future and the community that gave him a chance to play four years of college basketball.
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