Welcome to the weekend, everyone. I’m currently in Idaho hanging out with my parents. My brother and sister-in-law are coming by in a couple of hours to join us. I only get out to see everyone every couple of years, so we make the most of my visits.
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John Smith says
“What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?”
“Be good, and if you can’t be good, be careful.”
Cindy Davis says
Let it go.
Diane Estrella says
Love the Lord your God with all your heart soul mind and strength!
Have fun visiting your family! The best advice I’ve ever been given — our late preacher used to say “Save your fork…the best is yet to come.”
Don’t sweat the small stuff
My mom said something to me before my grand-girl was born….”don’t move your pretties (knick-knacks), teach her to leave them be”. Best advice ever because when she was the was little, she learned not to touch them.
Thank you for the giveaway chance, Suzie, I have lots of books on my TBR list, lol! The hard part would be narrowing it down to one.
Natalya Lakhno says
Every child is different!
I guess I needed to hear that with the four little ones 🙂
Alison Boss says
Keep Jesus First in your life, and everything else will work out. He will always take care of you!
Caryl Kane says
Surrender all to Jesus!
Heidi Robbins says
Marriage is not 50/50. It’s 100/100. Both need to put in 100% to work. Also that marriage should be like a triangle with each spouse at a corner and God at the top corner. The closer each person grows to God (along the line of the triangle), the closer they are to each other.