- Unbelievably, it’s actually news that after having three kids, Marie Kondo, organizational and tidying guru, has admitted that tidying is no longer a priority. I get it. Having a neat and/or clean house while trying to wrangle little kids is a Sisyphean endeavor. It also brings to mind the popular meme that says that mothers can only pick two of these: clean house, happy kids, sanity.
- Speaking of being a mother, while I was once again struggling to get my daughter to sleep in the wee hours of the morning, I foolishly read Stephen King’s Later. The book was very enjoyable, just not at 3 a.m. When I finally got back to sleep, I kept having nightmares. That said, I wish Stephen King would write shorter books like that more often. They’re much faster to get through.
- These days, I have been asking myself if I would be brave enough to die for my faith if the opportunity arose. If someone held a gun to my head and said they’d kill me if I believed in God, would I affirm or deny Him? The Bible says that to lose one’s life for Jesus is to save it, and many chose Jesus over their existing lives (not necessarily dying, just radically changing their lives). Would I be able to change my life, even? Sometimes I’m not so sure.
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Very good Maggie, itâs like seeing into your mind
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