Monthly Archives: February 2013

iScream: Putting the Brakes on Busy (Let It Go Week 3)

iScream. Chapter Seven. Putting the Brakes on Busy.  Karen provides several tools to help us trim the fat off our schedules. Which tools will you use on your schedule? What are you able to let go so that you can regain some … Continue reading

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The Woman at the Well Just Chillin’ with The Sinful Woman

Not too long ago… maybe in July or August 2012, I met this lady at a church ice cream social event thingy.  She had just moved to the area from Collin County which was where my daughter’s competition cheer team … Continue reading

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Domestic Diva (Let It Go Bible Study)

So, it’s week 3 of the Let It Go online Bible Study. One of this weeks topics is one of my favorites!  The Proverbs 31 woman. Here is the topic.  “Not everyone feels very domestic when it comes to keeping our … Continue reading

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Stand By Your Man (Let It Go Bible Study Week 2)

Since today is Valentine’s Day (the 4th one I’ve spent with my hunky eHarmony husband), I’ve chosen this topic for the blog hop assignment. Question:  Of the five biblical dance steps in Chapter 4, which ones do you find the … Continue reading

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When You’re Walking Though the Fiery Furnace… Make Smores Right?

Have you ever heard “when life gives you lemons make lemonade”?  Well, I once heard a GREAT sermon at Covenant Church Texoma where he said “whoever invented that theory assumed that you had sugar because lemonade tastes really bad without sugar”.  … Continue reading

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Welcome to Controllers Anonymous (Let It Go Blog Hop 1)

Hi, my name is Sister Susie and I have the tendency to overly micro manage things.  I am hoping that Let It Go will help me LET IT GO!!! I completely identify with the woman on Page 14.  The “competent … Continue reading

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Let. It. Go. by Karen Ehman (I’m calling it help for a micro manager LOL!!!)

“Most women are wired to control.  We are the ones who make sure that the house is clean, meals are prepared on time, the beds are made, the children are dressed, everyone gets to work and school on time (honestly, … Continue reading

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