Simple Date #2 – People Watching

In the winter, it’s easy to let dating our spouses go by the wayside. But in this Simple Date Idea # 2—where you go “People Watching”—you can do this in the warmth of a mall or grocery store, as well as combining an errand with dating your mate. Now, that might seem like an awful […]

The Power of Pulling Away

I planned on sharing a post on how I’ve used reflection to gain perspective during or after a conflict, as well as a reflection tool today. But since I’ve had a week out of town at my in-laws, I’ve not had the time to prepare that post. 🙁 After all, I wanted to pull away […]

Making Memories And WW Linkup

My hubby Gary and I are vacationing this week between two important graduations in our family. Last Saturday, our daughter-in-love Sarah graduated summa cum laude from Liberty University with a bachelors degree in elementary education. This coming Friday, our oldest son Jordan (and hubby to Sarah) is getting his Master of Divinity degree from Southern […]

Every Marriage Needs Adventure!

Some of my best memories of bonding with my family when I was a child were from the many vacations we took. Since my dad was a pastor, we often to traveled to wherever the SBC annual conventions were held, so I got to see so many great places across the U.S. I’m grateful that […]

Review of 52 Uncommon Dates, giveaway and link up!

Today I’m doing something fun! I’m sharing about an amazing book, 52 Uncommon Dates, by Randy Southern and giving away a copy of the book to one randomly chosen commenter. Now, if you’re like me and my man, then coming up with creative things to do on a date can quickly turn into a chore […]