This past week, the winds and rain have threatened the oneness and unity in our marriage and home like never before. They came without warning.
Why do we fight like we’re against each other, instead of for one another?
We know the truth. We know better, but sometimes emotions fly too high and we act like children.
Our sinful natures can be so nasty, but I want you to know I’m sorry for not building up our home. I’ve torn it down with my selfishness, disrespect, careless words, nagging attitude, and resentment.
Our uncontrolled yelling has affected our children negatively, too. They understand much more than we give them credit. But it doesn’t have to be this way. The choice is up to us…
Continue Reading my article this week over on Her View From Home
A few months ago, my husband found a killer deal for a nice bed frame off Craigslist that he wanted to get for us. We’d been married 9.5 years and had never experienced the thrills of a king-sized bed. The problem was that it was nap time for our kids and we had to drive his chevy pick up truck in order to haul the frame and mattresses and comforter and so on. Not to mention the air conditioner on his truck was out, and the trip was not exactly a hop, skip, and a jump.
“I don’t know about this trip,” I told Jeremiah who thrives on spontaneity. “We’ve got to haul a lot of stuff and our four needy kids.”
“It will be fine,” he responded. “They can sleep on the way.”
It will be fine. Those four famous last words…
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