What a wonderful promise in Proverbs 28:26, although for many years I more closely fit the first half of the proverb: “He who trusts in his own heart is a fool”.
As a new bride in that snowshoeing picture I was very content to wander through the desert but less content to invest in my new marriage.
A wise or foolish wanderer?
Seeking wisdom and adventure these days as a child of God, wife, mother and author
…and I will gladly share my foolishness to magnify the Lord and His wisdom. There were times in our early marriage when I thought life would be better without a husband…
Wouldn’t it be liberating to be a young, single mom? Did our son really need a dad?
I would have been a third generation divorcee with that foolishness. We persevered and this our story—adventuring along the difficult, narrow path with the rewards often beyond our vision.
In God’s goodness, many of those paths were lined with beauty and joy. I hope to give you a sense of the thrills using our family’s pictures.
Magnify the Lord
Meet my husband. People who know My Man are usually in awe, speechless and shaking their heads at his wit and energy level. I love to write about him and maybe you will be entertained! It has rarely been easy following him around, but it has been worth it.
Endless wit and energy—My Man has it, I do not!
Our family is far from perfect, but may God’s perfection shine through our imperfection. I love reading the stories of married couples who have endured through hardship—I hope you will enjoy ours.
May our kids continue to grow in “Wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man.” Luke 2:52
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Read our story about climbing to Everest Base Camp
For those who enjoy historical fiction:
A link to my first novel—a Christian historical fiction and western with a feminine touch. It is based on the 1901 lynching in Lookout, Modoc County, California.