Depression, Family, Habits, Intentional Living, Spiritual health, Womanhood

Daily Routines

Routines
Amy / February 12, 2019

Habit of Routines Routines have not been a big part of our lives for a while. Over the past year our family has lived a rather chaotic and busy life. The days were filled with doctor appointments, homeschool assignments and attempts to keep our home in some semblance of order. The past month has been a completely different experience for…

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Uncategorized

Starting A New Year

Amy / January 18, 2019

Looking towards 2019 January is in full swing. We have returned to our routines for our school days. Family has flown away back to their overseas home for ministry. It seems like a calm time is approaching our family. This year I want to seek to be depending on God in all things. I must admit that when it appears…

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Intentional Living, Spiritual health, Suffering

Constant Chaos

Amy / December 10, 2017

Season of chaos I am currently living a season in my life that seems to consist of constant chaos. Have you experienced seasons like that? Those times when everything seems to be happening at once and life just won’t slow down for anything. Now our season of chaos isn’t due to busy schedules or holiday activities. It is the season…

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Family, Health

An Interrupted Day

Interrupted
Amy / December 4, 2017

Life Interrupted Life gets interrupted and some days our plans simply don’t go as planned. Some days our lives are interrupted and our focus is redirected. The week of Thanksgiving our family has experienced such an interruption. My day was all planned, we were going to work on some cooking and holiday preparation. Our extended family has been through a lot…

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Family, Fibromyalgi, Health Struggles

Moving Foward

Amy / November 25, 2017

Stepping Forward in Faith How is the Laundry Pile moving forward? In the last post that was originally posted in February of 2017, and updated just this week on November 20th, 2017 I shared a few updates on our family. I also posed the question: What is next for this blog and what are my plans moving forward? I will…

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Health Struggles

Where have I been?

Chronic illness
Amy / August 7, 2016

Hello everyone, I want to begin by offering an apology. It has been several months of quiet here. My health has been quite poor over the past several months. It has been filled with several doctor’s appointments and new medications. When you are living with chronic illness things can change quickly and sneak up on us unexpectedly. It seems that…

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Bible Study

When Jesus doesn’t Act like we want

When Jesus doesn't act like we want it can be hard to handle.
Amy / March 12, 2016

I don’t know about where you live, but here in South Carolina, Spring has begun to show itself. The weather has gotten warmer, the birds are singing and the trees have started to bud. One of the first things that buds around here are the red bud trees. When they begin to bloom, it feels as if, God took an…

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Bible Study, Spiritual health

Trusting God Even in our Desperation

Desperation, we are left alone and isolated.
Amy / January 15, 2016

Life can be so overwhelming at times. There are some days when we walk through each day like we are simply able to put one foot in front of the other foot. Where is God when we have days like this? Does God forget us some days? Job expresses his desperation This week we have just finished our second week…

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Family, Fibromyalgi, Health, Health Struggles

Parenting and Chronic Illness

Living with Chronic illness can really mess up my plans.
Amy / January 13, 2016

My children live with an extra burden in their lives because their mom has a chronic illness. This means that they have to carry some extra responsibility at times simply because I am unable to do something and I need their help. I wish I didn’t have to add this to my children’s lives, but to be honest there is…

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Intentional Living, Parenting

Entitlement and our Kids, and us

Entitlement and our kids.
Amy / January 11, 2016

Living in the entitlement trap We live in a culture that leaves many people believing that having whatever we want will make us happy, or make our lives more comfortable. This belief even extends to what we buy for our children. The issue of entitlement is a big one today, and it is causing many problems throughout our country and I believe even…

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