Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Value Of Friends

   We have been away this week with friends. It’s not the first time we’ve done this; in fact we’ve done it many times with them. We’ve been to Alaska, Europe, Napa Valley, Quebec City and Bermuda together just to … Continue reading

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Finding Love Right Where You Are

You may be familiar with a current hit song by Ed Sheeran titled, Thinking Out Loud. In it he talks about all the mundane seasons of a relationship–growing older, yet loving each other more through these everyday moments. Think about … Continue reading

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Are You Spontaneous?

   How spontaneous are you?  Some people avoid it at all costs, others thrive on it. I’d say Tom and I are quite spontaneous. In fact some of our best memories were totally unplanned. We’re on our way to our … Continue reading

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21 Day Fix For Marriage

Three Weeks.  Three weeks pass quickly, especially when you’re on an extended vacation. Ah! Doesn’t a three week cruise sound wonderful? But it’s not happening for us and probably not for you either. <sigh> But three weeks really does go … Continue reading

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To the Well-Intentioned but Ignorant Parents of Teenagers.

Today I’m doing something I hardly ever do–I’m reblogging. It’s a message for all our readers who are parents about the importance of being current as to what you allow your children to do on the internet. I need say … Continue reading

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The Lord Is Risen…

Happy Easter! We encourage you to take Christ at His Word when He said, “He whom the Son sets free is free indeed!” – John 8:36 Are you walking in this freedom? Is your marriage? Take your burdens to Him … Continue reading

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When Pain Feels Good

No one likes to feel pain. We  avoid experiencing it as much as possible. But there are times when pain is necessary.  I’m currently going through physical therapy for an impinged left shoulder, and it isn’t fun. Each time I … Continue reading

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