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Everyone naturally want to be closer to people they admire and respect. If a famous or renowned person invited you to a private meeting, without doubt, you would make every possible effort to attend. Our heavenly Father has extended a glorious invitation to you. Will you accept? To read more click on www.shaneekaminniefield.com

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We all feel this way at times. I think by reading this article we will find that we can be lousy listeners too. We can all learn to be better.

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It is the unseen and the spiritual in people that determines the outward and the actual. Oswald Chambers
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The other day, a tree really caught my eye. The sunlight shone through the branches just right as it illuminated the white pedals. They seemed to glow. I knew I had to seize the moment or this work of art could be lost forever. I parked my car and grabbed my camera. I stood at just the right spot, adjusted the camera and took aim. I felt that the moment was right. I placed my finger on the button to seal the deal. Just then, my eyes turned to molten lava. Tears started to run down my face. No I wasn't crying. I was having an allergy attack. I could barely see the shot now. I fought my way through it and took about four pictures although my visibility was nil to none. The pictures turned out the way I  imagined them and I am very pleased. I can't help but think how beautiful this season is yet so very lethal at the same time. Many are experiencing allergies and sinus infections right now. How do you deal with this during this beautiful time of the year? Some years, I have missed Spring all together because of allergies. If it wasn't for photographs I wouldn't have know what it looked like.

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I love when my kids look at me with big glassy eyes and say, "Thanks mom.You're the greatest." It makes me feel like a million dollars. There have been so many times they have cheered me on. My kids are getting older and a little wiser each day. Today I made them ice cream cones. I never put ice cream in cones because I'm not good at it. I never have been. The cones were on sale and so I bought them. Needless to say, it was a disaster. My middle child said he couldn't eat his, so he put it in a cup. I could see by the expression on his face that he was a little let down because he was looking forward to it. All the cheers and the pats on the back from them went to the back of my mind and all I could say was, "I'm not perfect." That's it in a nutshell, I'm not perfect. I started to laugh to myself because I have a sneaky suspicion that they already knew that and yet they love me anyway. Wait until they see what else I can't do.
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