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Mother’s Day 2015

Wow, the years keep slipping by! I can’t believe how quickly my children are growing, and since I’ve been a mom now for almost 16 years, you’d think I’d be used to it. I suppose I just couldn’t imagine having a child behind the wheel when I began motherhood. I could never imagine having a… Continue reading Mother’s Day 2015

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Mother’s Day 2014

I had a wonderful and very busy Mother’s Day weekend! One week ago, my husband decided to attend his alma mater’s alumni banquet which was the Friday before Mother’s Day. The Bible school he attended is out of my home church, (Victory Baptist Church in Benton, Arkansas) so, it seemed logical to just stay the… Continue reading Mother’s Day 2014

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Mother’s Day 2013

I was blessed with a wonderful Mother’s Day this year, as I have been every year so far! I still stand amazed that God has allowed me to be a mother. I grew up believing that it was the highest calling a woman can have. It is really the second highest: being a wife is… Continue reading Mother’s Day 2013

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Happy Mother’s Day!

To those of you with one child or ten, with babies or adults, or even if yours are in heaven now, I wish you a blessed Mother’s Day. Thank you for your sacrifices. Thank you for enduring the heartache and heartbreak that you have. Thank you for striving forward, when all that is in you… Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!

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Mother’s Day Blessings

We had an absolutely wonderful Mother’s Day this year! I got everything I ever wanted, and more! First of all, my Mother joined us for services with my sister, Melanie. Melanie got to come for a visit all the way from North Carolina! I can’t remember the last Mother’s Day I’ve spent with my mom.… Continue reading Mother’s Day Blessings

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My Favorite Teacher

As I approached the gymnasium to attend a high school graduation,  my mind was flooded with memories of my youth. I have always held a unique position concerning education. I have never attended a public school, but I grew up in one. I know, it sounds like an oxymoron. I have either attended a Christian… Continue reading My Favorite Teacher