The Limitations of Comparison

I have always said that there is a special place in heaven for parents who homeschool. I have been a teacher, and a mother, and have taught my own children in Sunday School....and I rest my case. This was my initial thought while beginning to read an article on Sofia...

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The Rest of the Story

I’ve told my story hundreds of times to thousands of people. So when I was asked to do so again for a woman who was about to interview me on video, my thought was “Sure, no big deal.” I told about where I had been, how I now live a “should-free” life, and how I’d...

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Lessons From The Olympian I (Practically) Know

I knew a girl once, in high school, that was practically an Olympian. She was a swimmer and was so good that she swam on the boys’ swim team. Of course I am that old that this was in the pre-Title IX days, so there was no girls swim team. But she was THAT good,...

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Choosing How You View The World

Someone recently said to me “I love the way you view the world!” My reply? “Thank you…it’s a choice I choose to make.” It’s always a choice. And sometimes it’s harder than others to find that “bright side” of things. Take, for instance, a few weeks ago. The news was...

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