We were driving along the 5 Freeway on a rainy Tuesday when Bob remarked, “She won’t know who you are. Sometimes she doesn’t recognize her own children. She has moments when she is quiet and times when she’s more talkative. It all depends.”
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One day a friend showed me, what I thought, was a piece of fruit. It was small and green, so I naturally assumed it was a lime...
Change isn’t always kind and it often doesn’t ask permission...To say our family has experienced some life changing circumstances recently would be an understatement....
Worry is rampant. Worry causes people to act out in emotionally charged ways. Worry causes fears that can make us see things from only our human perspective – and fear is a terrible master to be driven by.
Teddy is our beautiful Shetland sheepdog. He has been a part of our family for 12 years now. Our son inherited Teddy when he was just a puppy of 9 months old from a friend, and by default we inherited him when our son got married and left the nest.
I’m in an interesting season in my life. I don’t hear the Lord giving me a lot of direction on certain things I’m asking Him about. There’s nothing bad going on, I’m not facing crisis or deep trials. I just don’t know what He’s doing next in my soul.
I am a planner. I am a first-born girl. I am a type-A personality. I am, in short, a control freak.
I remember the day. It was my freshman year of college. A fellow friend and student seated nearby said to me, as I was looking at the professor and white board in the distance, “Man, you are squinting pretty hard!” My first thought was, “What are you talking about, you’re crazy!”
Amanda Gregory writes on her transition to motherhood as our GLM guest blogger.
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