Last Sunday we had some family pics taken. As I looked over them I realized a few things: God was really nice to me when He sent Sherri my way. I love her more today than I did seventeen years ago! We have six diverse, beautiful, and talented daughters. The responsibility that comes with being … Continue reading Family pics
The following bit of wisdom is brought to you by the lovely and talented Mrs. Peterson whose words are in bold. Recently I heard one of my children make a statement about boyfriends & girlfriends that made my ears hot and my gut twisted. I disagreed with the statement, but she adamantly defended it. I … Continue reading Train your kids… don’t attack their “teachers”
No seriously! This is what this blog post is all about! I shot these videos of Sherri making chicken because I wanted you to see a couple of things: 1) how she makes all of that goodness, and 2) how we prep our food for the week. We've discovered this, eating healthy takes time! If you … Continue reading How to make chicken
Last Sunday after church a friend of ours snapped some pictures of my ladies! I've got to share a few of them! And probably my favorite of the day...
My bride is amazing. After 14 years together I still have a crush on her. Sure we have our rough spots... just like everyone else, but I've got to tell you... this girl still makes me want to chase her and keep my game on! She is a strong leader, a great mom, and she … Continue reading Sherri
Yesterday at church a friend grabbed her camera and took some pics. Gosh... I love these ladies!
Today Sherri and I celebrate 14 years of marriage! I continue to be impressed with my bride. She is a strong leader with the gift of wisdom. She is patient and persistent. You'd be amazed at how she manages a house with six kids! She is "low maintenance." Never whining or complaining she always finds … Continue reading 14 years with one amazing lady
Sherri and I regularly ask parents who have great children to share with us their "I wish I would have..." and "I'm glad I did..." thoughts and practices. Almost without exception the regrets and satisfactions revolve around time spent with their children. Several years ago I read something from John Maxwell that went something like … Continue reading It’ll take longer but it’s worth it