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One of those days...

Today has been one of those days that will either make you lie down and cry or take a step back and smile through it all. While wanting to do the prior there have been thoughts of other folks that have pressed me on to do the latter.

A couple of incidents that have had me on the verge of tears are sure to tickle your funny bone as you envision the scenes in your mind.

The first would be the sight of a full gallon of milk poured into the kitchen floor with kids and dogs slipping and sliding through it. None of the children thought to tell their mother that such a thing had happened. It was only when I found the empty container that was purchased just hours ago that a confession was made.

Or maybe you'd prefer the dog washing incident. I suppose the children thought they were making a grand gesture when they decided not to wash only my dog but their three as well. I did not see all four dogs piled into the bath tub together, but I did see the obvious mess that was bound to follow. We…

Until Prince Charming Comes Along...

...Superman will have to do!
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Happy Mother's Day

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY, BLOG FRIENDS!

My family has spared no expense to lavish me with love today.  My husband got me a flip video camera that I have been wanting for some time and photoshop elements.. also something I've wanted for quite a while.  My children surprised me with a beautiful set of stained-glass-cross windchimes.  It produces the most beautiful sound!  They have plans to take me to eat later today.  I am so blessed beyond words. 

I guess my favorite "gift" was the precious video greeting they made me with the flip featured above.  It really has made me smile from the inside out.

These guys fill my heart with such joy and happiness.  God has given me so much more than I deserve.

I Would if I Could

For the past several months since my husband's shoulder surgery, he has stayed in a constant state of excruciating pain. It has hurt me to watch him suffer. Last night I told him something I've said to him and our children hundred of times before when they've been sick or hurt, "If I could take your pain, I would." Even though I know it is a physical impossibility, I would if I could.

As I made that statement to my husband the realization burned in my heart that that is just what Jesus did on the cross. He wasn't limited by human restrictions. He was God and He became what we were so that we could be born again. He took our pain, our hurts, our sickness, and our sin. He became those things on the cross. There was no, "I would if I could," but rather an, "I can so I will."

And the greatest act of love was made.
2 Corinthians 5:21 - God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.

Thank you, …