A Really Full Life


Each of us has a unique set of ingredients that need to be in the mix for us to consider our own marriage a success. Did you catch the unique part? What works for your friends might not work for you. And what works for you must also work for your spouse. Marriage is a Lifeboat with two passengers who will sink or survive together. I have a brand new ‘personalized’ definition… Read More

How do you know you’re growing spiritually? As Christians we attend church, read our Bibles, maybe go to a mid-week service or Home Bible Study, but how can we actually tell that we are growing in Christ and becoming more mature as believers? Our experience is described as a race. Do you ever wonder where you are in the course of your own race? [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Boston_Marathon_2010_in_Wellesley.JPG] |Date=2010 |Author=Peter Farlow |Permission={{cc-by-sa-3.0}} |other_versions= }} The… Read More

A successful marriage is like an edifice that must be rebuilt everyday. AndrĂ© Maurois I took this photo in Venice and just missed the kiss that preceded this cheek squeeze. Can you see the face of the young woman on the left of the couple. Like me, she was amused at this man’s affection for his wife. It made me wonder what kind of wife she was. Was she a good wife?… Read More

A Classic woman desires a life that’s a work of art ~ something of exceeding value. And she’s willing to invest herself fully in achieving it. Today’s thoughts center on Proverbs 31:11 The heart of her husband safely trusts in her, so that he has no need of spoil. One of the pillars of this woman’s life is her relationship with her man. As far as he’s concerned his heart is safe… Read More

Today I had a chance to see if I’d learned anything at all about loving my husband. I’m gonna show you two photos I took in my kitchen this morning. href=”https://kellyjgrace.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/dsc_0017.jpg”&gt; <a A few weeks ago my Bible Reading plan took me through the Song of Solomon. There we find Solomon sweet-talking his beloved. Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes.(Song of… Read More

Don’t you sometimes wish there were simple answers to life’s hard questions? Sometimes there are. One of those questions is ‘what does it take to be a good wife?’ Come on, you’ve had this discussion lots of times with girlfriends at Starbucks. What did you come up with? Make love more often Work out and keep your figure Let him have the remote Ask if he’d rather play golf Saturday than mow… Read More