I have to share this lovely post with you all. If you haven't followed My Faith Ministry, check this blog out. This article especially hit home for me, as another hot tempered Christian who has found grace from God in even the most unlikely of times. https://wp.me/paNuo7-11
One year old birthday parties are another one of those parties people tend to go all out for. It’s insane how much effort goes into celebrating someone who wont remember anything about that special day. As parents, we know it, yet we still do it. I think we are just celebrating surviving a full year.
We send out invitations, spend a ridiculous amount on decorations and balloons, and we invite people our poor baby may not even know. Some of us even go the extra length to get professional photos done of our little monsters annihilating a cake.
Instagram is full of them. The extremely popular “smash” cake. It’s adorable, it’s extremely messy, and the intense sugar rush is so worth the memories. Even if we did spend a fortune on the photos. Who cares!
For the parents who fall in the middle of it’s not worth it, and let’s…
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A few weeks ago I have wrote a post about how many enemies we carry inside of us. This is some sort of continuance post on that topic.
In moments of dissatisfaction with our own life and destiny, we often seek to blame someone or something for our current state of affairs.
Often, this blame falls on those around us, whether it’s
family, friends, neighbors, work colleagues, bosses… Sometimes our country,
politicians, journalists are guilty for our dissatisfaction… And sometimes
our annoyance is caused by the weather or the seasons…
Do you understand in which direction am I going?
We blame everybody for everything. For it is easier to throw
guilt on others than to take fate in their own hands. For how, we the perfect
specimens of the human race, were responsible for our own failure?! How can we
admit that we are not right, and that our…
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Sharing for all the beautiful photos 🙂
Miami, Miami, Miami. What a trip, what a place, what a good time. Honestly, I think coming back to Canada’s below freezing weather is going to do me in, but at least I get to come back with a tan (sunburn)!
Now, this vacation was, in fact, not much of a vacation at all. Why do I say this? Well,it’ssimple really – vacation used to mean lounging on the beach, under an umbrella, reading a book for about 8 hours of the work day while my husband ran around playing volleyball (because godforbid,he sits still for 5 minutes and boredomensues). Vacation now involves jam packing everysingle day with fun-filled activities so that my toddler is entertained (because godforbid,he sits still for 5 minutes and boredomensues). Needless to say, I’m not at work… butit’sall stillwork. However, major upside to a family vacation? I get to see and do SO MUCH more…
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What is the Passionate Creator Award?
This is an award created by bloggers for bloggers who go above and beyond for their community. These nominees have shown that they not only excel within their own web-page, but also behind the scenes, among their fellow writers. They have proven themselves to be a great asset to everyone around them, a helping hand to those in need and express genuine passion in everything they do.
Rules for the Award:
- Thank the person who nominated you and include a link to their blog.
- Nominate at least 3 other bloggers who have helped you make your way in the blogging community.
- List 5 things that made becoming a blogger possible for you and/or anything you would recommend to others.
- List 5 things you wish you had known before you started that might help others looking to create a web-page.
Thank youCaffeine, Chaos, and Grace
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I have three children ages 17 months, almost 4 and just turned 9. Not one of them is perfect. They are messy, they are sassy and mouthy to myself and each other. They hardly every clean up after themselves and most often than not, they forget to say please and thank you. My children aren’t […]… Continue reading My children aren’t perfect- and I don’t want them to be — Mom of three and a Fire Wife