I pulled the Blockhead box off the shelf when the kids were getting antsy. I understood their restlessness. Football doesn't hold my interest very long either, although I do cherish the times when four generations of my family come together for Duck games. Read more: https://kathysheldondavis.com/2019/10/20/when-more-than-a-football-game-brings-us-together-isaiah-604/
Have you thought about your influence continuing even after you’ve passed away? My grandmother’s legacy lives on, her existence leaving a lasting impression that still speaks to me today. Grandma Kocher left her mark in many ways. Her first husband, my grandfather Chester Sheldon, taught school in Prosser, Washington in the late 1920s.
I played outside with my family this week. My husband, sons, and grandson shot basketballs in a game of PIG while two other grandchildren sped by on their bikes, launching themselves off the ramp. The youngest sat in the grass. A couple of times I stopped the ball from escaping, kicking it back into the … Continue reading A Snapshot of Gratefulness – Philippians 4:6-7
As my family grows it gets harder for us to show up and sit still for a family portrait all at the same time. We're not good at staying on task, with the different ages and energy levels at play. And our colorful personalities are hard to corral to get everyone focused on the camera … Continue reading Being Happy with Less than Perfect – 2 Corinthians 12:9-10
Would you like broken relationships in your family to be restored? One way to see progress is by following the instructions outlined in Hebrews 12. I have been out of touch with some of my extended family for decades. Misunderstandings, indifference and hurts all played their part in dividing us, and since so many years have passed it wasn't likely we would ever come together again. … Continue reading Repairing Broken Relationships – Hebrews 12:12-15