My life behind closed doors wasn’t at all what I’d imagined it could be. My marriage was on very shaky ground. I was fed up with my sedentary, confined lifestyle. And, I no longer knew who I was or what I was supposed to do with my life. Little did
Unfortunately, our daughter seems to have learned a disappointing lesson; sometimes Christians get it wrong. Friday, July 1st, dinner conversation “Don’t do anything illegal…even if it’s legal there.” “Okay. I won’t.” “You do not have a license to go out and drink just because you’re not under our roof.” “I know.”
Something happened to me recently. Something unplanned and unexpected..which I guess is exactly what would happen when you, well, don’t plan. It wasn’t intentional, but each day as I went through my morning routine of reading, praying and journaling, it would end there…with no list outlined by bullet points telling
He thought her beautiful, believed her impeccably wise; dreamed of her, wrote poems to her, which, ignoring the subject, she corrected in red ink. ~Virginia Wolfe I had trouble falling asleep Saturday night, so I got up and eventually found myself “shopping the house” to accessorize my latest living room arrangement.
As I was lying in bed the other night, my thoughts were about a boy; a former student of mine whose mother worried over him. In different conversations, she would mention certain observations and behaviors that concerned her: loss of appetite, trouble sleeping, fatigue… As I thought about our conversations
My daughter has ADD, borderline ADHD. The difference between the two is this: ADD – easily distracted, daydreams, forgetful, disorganized, poor concentration ADHD – all of the above and hyperactivity including fidgeting, and having a hard time sitting still. The ADHD child can be impulsive as well. Children with ADD/ADHD need