Carey Nieuwhof wrote an incredibly accurate article on quirky things about church life! I laughed at these because they are so stinking true. This is a must read.
Over the course of the last 30 days, Tiffany and I have spent about 17 of them away from home. It's been tiring for sure. But the hardest part has been leaving our girls. We are grateful
So my 4 year old Daughter Dylan loves to grab our phones and text whoever is at the top of the list.
Half the time people think we are drunk texting. And we have to explain to them that
Just. A friendly reminder to everyone... The work week is done. Go spend some quality time with your family. Put the phone down! Be Present!
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In honor of St. Patricks Day coming up I thought I would share this amazing video with ya.
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Ha! Again... You're welcome!
I'm headed this afternoon to my annual Dr. visit...
This is how I feel about it...Here!
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It’s Monday a.m. The Monday after the Oscars. And I have to be honest… I watched the Oscars again pretending I knew most of the movies… But the truth is I didn’t.
I think the Oscars are only slightly more entertaining than the WNBA!
But it did get me thinking about your own “Oscar Moments!”
Moments when you had to act a certain way. Or pretend to be something you’re not.
I have many!
One of my greatest works: I had been telling my parents I was spending the weekend at a friends house down the street. We were all close so it really never raised any suspicions. The truth was, we were spending nearly every weekend down in Panama City Beach, Florida. 3 1/2 hours away from home. Just sleeping wherever we could. We would all come back just in time for church. We would see our parents and all was well. But I was always tired… all of the time.
I knew why… But my parents didn’t. And I sure wasn’t going to tell them. They wound up taking me to the doctor…They thought something was wrong with me. They put me on all kind of natural substances trying to boost my energy level.
I never let on.
It was truly a work of art! I just acted like I had no idea what was going on.
I finally came clean to my parents years later.
So… What is your “Oscar Moment?”
What did you have to do? Act like you loved a gift? Act like you liked a guy/girl to be a good “wingman?”
What do you do when you live at Sea Level and there are no hills to sled down?!?!
You tie a rope to the back of a truck and pull people all over the place!
Check out Day 1 of our Snow day!