Tag Archives: motherhood

Aimless

This post is in response to the WordPress daily prompt: Aimless Have you ever felt aimless? I have felt “aimless” since becoming an empty nester when my youngest went off to college almost 5 years ago.  Now he has graduated … Continue reading

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A Comforting Lesson and My Take on Teaching Sunday School

At my church, I help teach an All Ages Sunday School class.  There are about 5 of us adults who take turns coming up with the lessons and teaching the class.  While the class is mostly geared towards the more … Continue reading

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Monday’s Question

Question:  What’s the best decision you’ve ever made?  My Answer:  The best decision I’ve ever made was to quit work to become a stay-at-home mom.  It was a decision that was met by much criticism from well-meaning friends and even … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Love

It was said in church today that Mother’s Day can be a very difficult time for some.  It’s difficult for mothers who have lost babies or children.  It’s difficult for anyone who no longer has their mother.  It’s difficult for those … Continue reading

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