When I saw it, my heart sank. I thought I had just killed my boys. Friday March 2, 2012 is a day I’ll never forget....
Love is important in parenting, but with the children of adoption it is not enough. We found out the hard way. I’m sharing our story with you because I don’t want you to find out like we did.
When you’re going through a storm in life, how do you feel? And how do you react to those storms in life? Maybe that storm is clearing the path for you.
You want to be able to look back on your life with few your regrets because you balanced your life with work and play.
What do you do when you’re stuck?
What do you do when you need to clear the cobwebs out of your head?
When you’re learning a new skill and you’ve been trying to get better at it for awhile, do you ever get frustrated and throw up your hands and say, “I CAN’T do this?” I know I have.
What do you do when you’re feeling down? What do you do when you’re feeling broken? I would like to suggest to you, maybe it’s time to smile.
There’s a great quote by Phyllis Diller. She said, “a smile is a curve that sets everything straight.” I think there’s a lot of truth in that. “A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.”
Have you ever said something like this? Well, I can’t do what he can do or I can’t do what she can do?
Welcome you to Episode Four of the Daily Doable. Today’s episode is entitled Do What YOU Can.
Who Do You Do Good To? Welcome you to Episode Three of the Daily Doable. Today’s episode is entitled Others.
Do you actively seek opportunities to do good?
What are you grateful for? Think about that question.
What do you do when you are emotionally, physically and mentally exhausted?
My family goes on vacation with 200 of our closest friends!
What? A vacation with 200 people? Yep!
That sounds exhausting! It is. So WHY do we go?
Is it possible for a little laughter and a little silliness to help heal brokenness? I believe so.