You may be so busy the tasks at hand seem overwhelming. There is much work to do to provide for your kids and grandkids. So how do you … Continue Reading The Marvels of Rest
The reality of heaven has been called in to question. By skeptics and Christians alike. We don’t believe in heaven because we hope it’s real, but because we … Continue Reading Heaven?
Anthony is facing new challenges today as he has done all his short life. The first day of first grade. Most of us remember when it was us. A scary … Continue Reading Fulfilling Firsts While Never Alone
From Goals to Gold. Here’s nine “P” ways to get from setting goals to living the gold. Live this in front of your grandchildren and they will live it too!
Eight Ways to Have A Great Vacation This Fall, Right In Your Home With Your Grandkids By Debra Susan Bowman A friend with a heavy heart asked how she should … Continue Reading Spectacular Fall Scenery In Your Living Room
By Debra Susan Bowman You can learn from leaves. This amazing Autumn season can reveal fresh ways you can face your challenges in life. Here are 5 things about autumn leafs … Continue Reading 5 Ways to Enhance Your Life By Turning Over a New Leaf
Autumn is in the air And we love it in all it’s glory. The way grands and kids enjoy Is their own unique story. The view of colorful leaves Creates … Continue Reading Fondness for Fall
The summer has gone fast! Don’t regret how the days fly by, remember each one is an opportunity to impact the lives of those around you, especially the young ones. … Continue Reading A New Era
Not that it’s something we long for in life, but dust is inevitable and it can even be a good thing. How is that? Perspective. Perspective is powerful in helping … Continue Reading Dust Can Be A Good Thing
My six year old granddaughter, Laynee, was sobbing in the barn. She was afraid to ride a bike without training wheels. We encouraged her she could do it. Grandpa would … Continue Reading Conquer your Can’t
Life is a journey. Sometimes in the midst you have marvelous smaller journeys. People do this all the time with young ones. If you’re a parent with a toddler, your … Continue Reading How to Survive Five Days in New York City With a Five Year Old
I choose to accept the limitations I have, but I choose to not accept the limitations I have. What the heck does that mean? It means I won’t accept it … Continue Reading Accept and Conquer
I recently turned on Sirius radio and heard Jerry Lee Lewis sing, “There’s a whole lot of shaking going on.” I thought, “Instead of shaking there’s a whole lot of … Continue Reading A Whole Lot of Breakin’ Going On
Spring brings the hope of warmer weather , and safer roads. For grands there is the birth of new creatures, bunnies, spiders and toads. Grandparents enjoy lavender crocus against the … Continue Reading The Sunshine of Spring
There is a special bond from the moment of birth grandparents have for their kid’s kids. They have your heart from the beginning to the end. Sometimes beyond that. I … Continue Reading Grandparents Impact Grands
Reparenting can be tough. Reparenting can be challenging. Let’s face it, reparenting can be frustrating. What happens to most people when frustration hits? Pessimism. “I can’t do this!” … Continue Reading 5 P’s That Pulverize Pessimism