Check out this  aquaintance of mine’s  blog below. It kind of makes me stop and think!
I helped her some when I first moved to this town to run MOPS, back when T. was first born. <p> I have been thinking alot about how we  complain and are dissatisfied about  things.  I know that I have been struggling with some things, just getting everything done, wondering why boys have to do things like crack their teeth and run through the house, or eat all our food!  But I am so thankful that they are healthy and eat well, they  may not enjoy school, but they have the chance to learn, where so many children do not. <p> I get sad because I do not have a healthy husband and it is easy to look at others who do and be jealous or ungrateful. Some days it is hard for me and I want to shake the ones who have what I do not have and bang some sense into them, but we all know that is  not the way to get your message across!
<p> Besides that, they may be looking at my life and wishing they have something I have…..the grass is always greener, right?  Anyhow, since the Morris family are in Africa, where I would love to go someday, I will sit and pray for them and their little ones as it is pretty exciting just reading about their adventures….someday maybe we will go help in person!

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  1. Anonymous

    Yay! It is you. For some reason when you commented on my blog it didn't leave your email, so this is the only way I know of to respond. 🙂

    John and I have been married for almost 5 years (June) and our daughter, Aletheia will be 4 in June. Vance is our youngest and he just turned 1 on Saturday/Sunday (He is a leap year baby, so no 29th to celebrate on this year). Are you on Facebook? I have found it a great/easy way to keep up with family and friends. I found Amie Minerd the other day on there!

    Hope to hear from you soon….
    Moriah Barach

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