Last year, one of my worst fears came true. I had always prided myself in the fact that I had never experienced this and so far my children hadn’t either. Whenever I heard of someone dealing with this the ick factor would set in and I just couldn’t fathom it happening to me. Well, it did happen to me and through it I learned a few lessons.
Being in ministry was something I always knew I’d do. As a little girl, my dad was in ministry, so I grew up working in ministry. God placed a desire in my heart to work in ministry and I just had an inner feeling that I would grow up and marry a pastor.
This recipe could not be simpler. One thing I love about it is that there is no oil involved. Sometimes brownies out of the box can have a noticeable oily taste because one of the ingredients is half a cup of oil. In this recipe that oil gets replaced with butter. You heard me.
My husband recently challenged me to read a Proverb a day. Proverbs is the wisdom book in the bible. We have been studying wisdom on Wednesday nights at our church. There is something so blunt about this book and I love that. It’s practical, profound and deep all at the same time. It cuts to the chase if you know what I mean.
Nate and I had tickets to the UK vs. UT game last night @ Rupp Arena. The day before I had been experiencing some vertigo. I get it every now and then when I am also having sinus issues. I was able to take some medicine and do a maneuver that relieves vertigo and it went away pretty quickly.
Happy Valentine’s Day! I’ll be spending the day at home with my husband and littles. What are your plans? Whatever they may be, I pray you have a wonderful day surrounded by the ones you love❤
Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. While I feel that kids have somewhat hijacked this holiday, I still think its fun to include them in all the festivities. We celebrate Valentine’s Day all through the month of February. It’s a real love fest over here. Here are some cute ideas to make your kids feel extra special this V-Day.