See you there.
by Natalie Snapp | Sep 12, 2013 | Random Stuff | 2 comments
See you there.
* Friends, I’m in Book Launch Land. I’m feverishly working to prepare for the release of Heart Sisters: Be the Friend You Want to Have. I’ll be re-posting some oldies (but hopefully you’ll think they’re goodies!) now and then so I can focus more on the upcoming release. Thanks for understanding . . . Oh – and I so appreciate you taking the time share on social media. This is the way of the writer these days and will help get the word out about Heart Sisters! A few years ago, I was talking to a woman who was in ..
Last week, I found myself with an unplanned hour and a house of beckoning chores demanding immediate attention. So like any woman with a house full o’ kids and a husband that works long hours, I thought I would just cram as much as I possibly could into those precious 60 minutes. I arrived home, put on my running shoes and started to RUN throughout the house, checking this and that off my list. A few minutes into my Wonder Woman mission, I grabbed a load of dirty towels and, clutching my phone in my right hand, loaded them in ..
I know, I know . . . Who wants to raise an anxious child? Who would ever read such a post? Of course, none of us intentionally tries to raise a child prone to anxiety and stress. But many of us are. Myself included. I’m not preaching to you from the pulpit – I’m talking to you as a friend sitting with you in the same boat. And at times it feels like we’re wearing life preservers and praying for rescue, doesn’t it? The more I think about this though, the more I realize that perhaps parenting is really not ..
If you’ve been hurt by the church, then it’s likely the thought of ever going back to church again is right up there with oh, say getting your teeth pulled (sorry, Honey.) (My husband’s a dentist. I have to watch dental jokes and comparisons.). I need to confess I once felt the same. Honestly, when those wounds were still raw, the thought of ever stepping foot inside another church again was enough to make me physically ill. We (Jason and I) talked it over incessantly. “Maybe we could just follow Jesus and just not go to church?” we asked each ..
We sat contemplatively around the table, speaking softly about the struggles of marriage. I complimented her on her courage because for some reason, we feel shame when we admit our marriage is in trouble. I know because I’ve been there and felt it, too. I begin to share some of my own heart and experiences with my ten year old marriage, wisdom attained through the really hard places. Unfinished wisdom that still percolates and wisdom I know but don’t always allow my actions and choices to show it. I then share some heart changes I had to make in order ..
Natalie, I found your site when I was searching blogs for tweens and Moms! I love your candor and honesty about loving God . . . and a nice glass of Le Crema! Thank you for pointing me to Whatever girls. I have an art-based ministry for girls (www. thouartexalted.com) and just released a Mother/ Daughter Devotional on Philippians 4:4-9 with an art emphasis. I thought it was so cool that Whatever Girls’ Scripture was Philippians 4:8. I am subscribing to your encouragement “inbox” and liking you, too. My facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ThouArtExalted has some great pictures of the ministry. Have a wonderful time at Whatever Girls Live! Wish I lived closer ~ I would take slew of girls! God bless you, Natalie!
Welcome, Annie! So thankful you stopped by here last week and thankful God led you to the Whatever Girls! I will pass your website on to my dear friend, Erin, who is the founder of The Whatever Girls.
Maybe someday we can share a glass of La Crema? Oh, what fun!
I will check-out your site soon – I’m up to my neck in editing but I will stop in soon. It’s a promise!