What Happens When Mr. Right Walks into the Room {An Uncommon Love: Chapt. 3}

An Uncommon Love - What Happens When Mr. Right Walks into the Room

 *This is Chapter 3 of An Uncommon Love - our true-life love story. You can also catch up by reading Chapter One: If He was the Last Man on Earth and Chapter Two: Where Is She? {Searching For My Forever Girl}.  I knew it as soon as he entered the room. He walked through the doorway with his confident stride. Wearing a thick, manly sweater, black Levi’s, and western boots.  Tall, dark, and handsome, just like she said. With those unforgettable blue eyes. It's possible I fell in love at … [Continue reading]

How I Found Purpose in My Young Marriage

How I Found Purpose in My Young Marriage

*My husband and I were a little older when we got married (read our Uncommon Love story). So Jami of YoungWifesGuide is sharing her beautiful perspective as a younger bride. ~ Lisa  I wasn't looking for Mr. Right. I wasn't hoping for a ring by spring. I wasn't day dreaming about my big day or pinning wedding dresses on Pinterest. Marriage wasn't even on my radar. In fact, I thought anyone who got married before college graduation was probably making a mistake. It was too young. I … [Continue reading]

Free Printable: 17 Wonderful Ways A Woman Can Find Rest & Refreshment

17 Wonderful Ways A Woman Can Find Rest & Refreshement  - Printable

Sometimes my husband comes in and says to me, Will you just sit down? Stop what you're doing and rest a while. And I start to protest. Explain to him all that I have to do and take care of and finish up and . . . . And I forget that one of the things I need to do? The thing that you need to do too? Is rest. Refresh. Maybe you're too tired, too busy to even remember what it means to renew your body and soul. So here's a new "To Do" list for you. Yesterday I wrote down all … [Continue reading]

17 Wonderful Ways A Woman Can Find Rest & Refreshment

17 Wonderful Ways A Woman Can Find Rest and Refreshment

Poured out. That's how I'd describe it. Not simply tired or busy, but completely poured out. It wasn't a complaint or even a whine. Just a stated fact. I was run-down. Now please understand, I LOVE what I do. I love being a wife and I'm happy being a mom. I enjoy running our home and I'm grateful for church and ministry. But sometimes . . . sometimes, I get worn out. Plain and simple. With nothing left to give. And that's not a good place for a woman to find herself in, is … [Continue reading]