“Think of how great my life would be if I didn’t have kids,” she sighed with a starry-eyed look. I could empathize with her as I watched her sprint around the park as if she were cross training. Sweat dripped from her brow and a piece of a squashed peanut butter sandwich stuck to her rear. (But, I didn’t have the heart to tell her.) I remembered the days!
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When my pastor said “parent-child relationships” one Sunday morning, I started to squirm.
My not so glorious moments as a parent flooded my mind.
Believe me, I’ve had many.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably had those parent-fail moments, too.
Yeah, you know the ones I’m talking about. Like when you scream at your kids and accuse one of them of moving your car keys only to fish them out of your purse (or worse, your pocket) while they all look on.
It’s a tall order. I know. But, believe it or not, there’s a manual on how to do just that. Be an excellent wife. Before you get an attitude, here me out. The Excellent Wife was written by Martha Peace, and it’ll guide you in making changes in your marriage.
If you’re serious about it.
Once upon a time in the endless depths of the universe, there once existed a woman known as Sheila, who burned like a shining star in the distant heavens.
In her universe, humans seemed advanced. People spoke in full sentences, ate their meals with forks and knives and knew the proper use of a napkin.
These people seemed amazingly developed, even sophisticated. Their mental and physical powers had developed to a state where they could dress themselves, solve their own disputes, and most could read and write.