Category Archives: Life as a Wife

It’s Still Summer

Well, after a long blog hiatus while we were settling into new territory, I am back. 🙂 Not only back, but refreshed, encouraged, and uplifted by the Lord.  I have…

A Bag Sale Induced Epiphany

In my last post I mentioned the financial industriousness of the Proverbs 31 woman and I was, again, challenged by her example, so today, I’m putting forth a little bit…

I Am Not A Proverbs 31 Woman

This morning I read Proverbs 31. It’s kind of crazy, but I realized that I actually tend to avoid anything branded with “Proverbs 31.” A book that includes it in…

Trim Healthy Mama on the Learning Curve

Today makes one full week on “Trim Healthy Mama”.  I’m still working my way through the book, but, since I am reviewing it, I thought I would share a few…

Facing the Mustard: Health & Weight Loss

It wasn’t long after we started courting when my (then) husband-to-be called me out on my terrible eating habits. In fact, he was so concerned with my method of eating…

Change of Plans: The Macedonian Call

Two weeks ago we crammed as many of our possessions as possible into our little Toyota, and left a world behind to begin a new life. Our destination: Arkansas. It…

The Long Forgotten Service: Prayer

Because we are experiencing many changes in our lives here, several of my posts have centered on the adventures surrounding milestones and major events. Each experience we go through together…

16 Things I Learned in Our 1st Year of Marriage

It hardly seems possible, but June 8th is just around the corner. Since I don’t know where we will be then, I decided to go ahead and post my anniversary…

Mark’s Graduation & My New “Place”

Last Saturday was my husband’s graduation from Free Gospel Bible Institute. The way God moved in the service was incredible and just what one should expect at a Pentecostal school…

I Have A Perfect Child

I have been trying to mentally prepare myself for Mother’s Day for weeks. After enduring my fair share of “highest voltage on the rawest nerve” moments and “kicked swiftly in…