I am a male and I have been married for Fifty One Years (51) to the very same girl. TOGETHER, my wife and I raised Five (5) children, four boys and a girl. We now enjoy 12 grandchildren. Watching the mothers of these grandchildren, all who have husbands, raise their children in todays enviroment is a hole lot different then we raised ours. The pace back then was not nearly as hectic as it is today and there were two of us sharing the load. I could not even imagine one of us trying to it all, even back then. We had no soccer mom's back then and the taxi service was almost nil. So, for all you single mom's trying to cope with a career, raising children and making a home for yourself and your children, is an enormous undertaking. My hat is off to you.I will also apologize to you for any and all abuse you my have suffered by my fellow man. GOD BLESS !!
by yankeeintexas7 months ago
What sounds better to you: Good luck or God bless?In my opinion Christians use the term "Good luck!" why too much! Is it a phrase that Christians should us at all?
by nikki17 years ago
Have a great day to all..
by Faith Reaper5 years ago
I do not know if this is a proper way to address this, but I am making a plea for a call to prayer for all those affected in this most dangerous storm's path (many here on HP, our friends, i.e., Colin a.k.a. Epigramman,...
by cruelkindness5 years ago
Why do we say bless you when people sneeze?
by CYBERSUPE7 years ago
I have often been asked, when is a good time to pray the Rosary ?. My answer is while driving. The "RING ROSARY" is perfect. It is small and can fit on your finger and will not interfere with your...
by Robie Benve5 years ago
Why do you say "Bless you" or "God bless you" when somebody sneezes?My children asked me, and I was not sure what to say. What's your opinion about saying "bless you" for sneezes?
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