Jay Thomas shares some powerful insights on the differences between mature relationships and those characterized by unhelpful mothering. Check it out and enjoy his gorgeous website!
Great points from an awesome blogger! He covers it ALL.
I believe that we have confused courtship with dating…
Dating is what most people in the American culture do. Courtship is what most people in the American culture aspire to do, but conform to dating because either they don’t know how to court, they realize dating is easier, or they have been socialized and conditioned to find their mate one way, not the other.
Please stop using the word, “courtship” when you are actually speaking about dating.
What is Courtship?
Courtship is a mutual partnership, a journey together with the intended purpose of marriage (from the beginning). Courtship is intentional and purposeful.
Courtship is focus on marriage (or lifelong companionship). This happens from the door, not months down the road.
Men get antsy when the “M” word is mentioned. Why? A man that is intentional with a woman won’t get nervous at the sound of the word, “marriage.” In courtship…
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If you have been reading this blog you may remember a statement made in a post on 9/16 as Hurricane Florence made herself felt : But here in Durham, we came through untouched this time. We never lost power or had trees down (and we live in the Eno River Woods). I shared our deep […]
Yes, but I need more time! Chris’ blog is a terrific place to find all kinds of reading gems. Check it out!
Out of my mind – Back in 5 minutes
Modern western culture portrays old age as somthing scary, ugly, the end of all the good stuff, to be fought veheminately. Celebrities go to great lengths to stave off its onslaughts with diets, creams and cosmetic surgery till they look like walking skulls. I remember the East where old age is venerated due to its […]
A little bibliophile humor today in honor of the birthday of Peter Mark Roget (1779-1869), author of Roget’s Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases Classified and Arranged so as to Facilitate the Expression of Ideas and Assist in Literary Composition.
Bluebird, you had me at happy! Let’s all celebrate (commemorate, observe, mark, keep, honor, remember, memorialize) the clever Roget and his thesaurus.
Sending my daughter off to college this year has trained me to be more mindful of the time I have. I have wasted so many minutes, hours, even years on the things and situations that drove me crazy but that I would never have the power or control to change. I traded quality time with […]
This blogger has an insightful view of time. I need a kick in the rear about using my time wisely. It’s true in relationships and also in teaching. There is a fixed number of minutes and hours to spend with students; make the best use of them!
By Derek Haines on Just Publishing Advice: Before you self-publish your new book, make sure you are ready Too often, new authors get carried away with all the excitement of becoming a published author and rush way too fast into self-publishing. When this is done, without working on building the necessary marketing and promotional tools […]
Thanks to Chris The Story Reading Ape for sharing this helpful post. I’ve read a number of books that completely skipped step one- ouch! That error ruins a book for me.
Hater’s Gonna Hate! As Taylor Swift once said “hater’s gonna hate, hate, hate” but what she forgot to do is balance it out with “lover’s gonna love, love, love” – silly Taylor Swift… If I have to share ten things that I love then, just so the world doesn’t implode, I have to then share […]
This is a terrific post, funny and authentic. It doesn’t hurt that I have many of the same hates. Well, fish bodies and sharks that take out airplanes,. I also love iPads and I’m loving this Guy McFaceGuy. Check it out!
I tell you, Bluebird knows her humor! Enjoy!