Embracing Life’s Transitions // A Book Study — 13 Comments

  1. Barbie, you once again touch my heart. We always had dinner at 5:00 when I was young. We did not have interrogation but we had silence. Mom and dad talked some, but my two sisters and I were to eat and be quiet.
    My daughter and I as she was growing up ate dinner together as at that point my husband was driving a bus over the road so many nights he was not home until wee hours of the morning. When she was very young he was here for dinners. It was nice.
    I agree these things need to be kept going. I have Two grandchildren My daughter and her husband sit with them every night at the table for dinner. Then cuddle time on the couch after tub time and then to bed. they are almost 4 years old. My son in law leaves very early morning and my daughter works almost 6 days every week so those three little hours a day with them are very important.
    Thank You again for your great thoughts and sharing with us.
    God’s Blessing

  2. Just purchased this book and am looking forward to reading it with you! I know that the Lord has a good plan for you full of hope and new beginnings. Love you my sweet BB!

  3. I love this idea, Barbie. I’m looking forward to your posts. It sounds like a great book. I’m so sorry you lost your job. Some changes are so hard to understand. One can feel so helpless in it all. I often have to pray the serenity prayer. And try to focus on God’s bigger plan for us. It’s not easy, is it?

    • It is not easy at all, especially when you thought you’d spend your entire life in a certain position. But, we need to get out of the way and allow God to moves us according to His will. Thanks for stopping by. Have a blessed week.

  4. I like your idea of blogging through a book. I have look at Girl Meets Change before and considered reading it; however, my TBR list just overflows. I look forward to reading what you share. Happy reading!

  5. Barbie, I LOVE change…the changes that I orchestrate and/or plan for. I’m totally fine with those changes. 🙂 But the changes that life brings, that someone else causes or that I am not “ready for”…those changes often wipe me out and take me down. I know you have endured many changes in the last 5 years. I’ve prayed for you often and I am glad things are looking better for you.

    This book was/is amazing. It was a great book for me to read at the time I read it. I was going through so many changes myself. I’ll be checking in on your study.

    Hugs & prayers coming your way today.

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