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In Honor of the Peanut Butter Thing…
Today is National Peanut Butter Day? So they say. Well I decided to share with you my connection to the lowly peanut, and the butter we make from it. Forty-five years ago (tomorrow!) I acquired a wonderful, brand new husband. Never looked back. However, it wasn’t long before we were sharing a tad of morningContinue reading “In Honor of the Peanut Butter Thing…”
The Blessings of Habit–Part 1
Do Your Kids Have Habitual Blessings? “Hey! Turn that back on!” I heard from the hallway one day. It had happened again. We have taught our children, from the time they were young, to turn off lights as they leave a room. Someone had turned out the light while there was someone still in that room.Continue reading “The Blessings of Habit–Part 1”
Where Is Your Favorite Vacation?
I live about an hour from the loveliest little spot for a vacation. Seriously, it has EVERYTHING! Let me count the ways: Antiquing. Lots of antique stores for your viewing/shopping pleasure. One huge mall and many small near-museums with absolutely everything. Seriously, I almost hate to share this part of it. I want it allContinue reading “Where Is Your Favorite Vacation?”
He served in the Army, bought a house on the G.I. Bill, raised five kids, worked hard at Kuhlman’s Plastics to provide you with laundry baskets and us with something to eat, gave us airplane rides on his feet, built three rooms and a basement onto our house when we grew too large for whatContinue reading “My Dad”
With all the tornados floating around lately, come many more words about tornados. It’s a real storm out there and I’d like to add to the din. I wrote a couple of years ago about my close call with a really big, destructive tornado. People like to read about these events. Not just y’all; IContinue reading “Look Up.”
A bold and brave testimony from one of the Tittle daughters. May we all raise children like her: A day of extreme emotions here at FamilyLife. April 28, 2014 He died as he lived … protecting his family. Rob Tittle, a FamilyLife staff member and kindred spirit warrior for the family, died last night inContinue reading “Update”