We desperately need to be teaching our sons & daughters to behave with good etiquette, appropriate manners, & respect for one another. Too many of these qualities are not being passed down in homes across the country. Does it matter if they can fold a crown napkin, no but it matters that they value the act, the beauty, the attention to detail, and the one who beautified the world.
I should remember this when I try to take control on uncontrollable situations
Long Bob, Stacked. Possibly my next hair cut! Super cute, I would love long hair but my hair grows way to slow.
The power of highlight and contour.
Arrogance. Rudeness. Disrepect. I cannot stand such traits, but am willing to accept others for their imperfection, because no human is perfect in this world. Take the time to recover from avoiding such people, and make time for you can make a difference and show them what it means to show: Confidence. Kindess. Respect.
what you allow will continue.
"The morning of my wedding i was handed this. It was a gift from my (at the time fiancé). 4 dirty old pennies on a keyring. Each one had a significant date. 1988 for the year he was born. 1990 for the year i was born. 2010 for the year we met and became a couple. 2012 for the year we got married. I got so teary eyed when i realized the significance of this. I tied it into my bouquet and walked down the aisle with them close to me.He put these together for me and they are now my lucky charms."
Time-Warp Wife - Empowering Wives to Joyfully Serve
So true! My husband put my feelings before our relationship throughout his deployments. He told me specifically that if at any point I felt I was sacrificing too much and was unhappy to let him know. This was the sure sign that I was with my perfect person. He is the most selfless person I've ever known.
Another good one to teach your children!