A few months after my dad passed away, I was hustling through Walgreens to buy a pair of pantyhose. I had to be present at an event about that minute, and of course every last pair of hose I owned had holes in places too obvious to ignore. The neighborhood Walgreens and their it’ll-get-the-job-done brand of hosiery saved me once again. As I hurried to get out of the store, a man approached me from behind and said, “Hey, how are you?” I turned around and the man then replied, “Oh, I thought you were my daughter. You look a lot like her. Sorry to bother you.”
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How can we plant the seeds of modesty in our children? It has been said that the best time to plant a tree is twenty-five years ago. The next best time is today. It is best if you’ve already planted the modesty seed with your children and are nurturing it along. If you haven’t, the next best time is today.
Big F, little F, what begins with F? Family, faith, food & finds . . . F, f, f. — 1 — FAMILY At 10:56 am CST today, Jude turned one-week old. Some have asked if we intentionally named our children after Beatles songs (Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and Hey Jude). Okay, so we […]