Yay, spring! Finally.
The season’s beauty beckons us to leave winter’s hibernation behind. We’ve entered that most exquisite of times—the days grow a touch longer and warmer, yet summer’s heat remains a few weeks away.
Outdoors is the place to be.
But after a busy day absorbing our quota of vitamin D, the evening awaits—and so does a lot of great reading.
Check out the following links to articles and sites I continue to enjoy. Some are new discoveries and others are regular go-tos.
And if you have sites to recommend, let us know in the comments.
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I gave the last of three kisses goodnight to the sweet objects of my exhaustion and shuffled down the hallway toward freedom. My evening plans centered on a bowl of popcorn and a few hours of mindless television.
The day had been a whirlwind of errands, mounds of laundry, sibling squabbles, and endless cleaning. This mama was clocking out.
As I slipped into my end-of-day sweatpants and t-shirt, my gaze fell on my Bible and devotional journal. With a groan, I surrendered to the stab of guilt and settled in for a few minutes of “quality” quiet time.
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Have a blessed week!
This week I have the privilege of guest-posting on Just18Summers.com.
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She avoided eye contact and burst into tears at the slightest reprimand. Eleven years young and navigating the middle-school minefield, her emotions were on edge—but the recent behavior was unusual for my easy-going daughter.
Attempts to question or console were rebuffed. So I waited. And prayed.
Several evenings later she approached, fingers clenched and tears pooling. “Mama?”
In minutes, my daughter spilled her heart and confessed something she had done wrong months ago.Surprised, I asked her to repeat the confession. Sure enough, she was distraught over a misdeed from the previous school semester.
I must be honest. In my heart, I smiled a little. How precious is this? She’s so sensitive, she feels bad about this little bitty…
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Have a blessed week!
Leigh Ann 🙂