Source: For the Family
In the beginning, I did everything myself.
Mama was faster. Better. And more efficient.
I did things right. The way things should be done.
Oh, and, of course, I was serving my family all the while. I was the sacrificial mom who cooked, laundered, and cleaned up after everyone. Most every job was done by me.
And, as a “shining model” of service, I figured my children would eventually follow my example. It was obvious that I worked hard and did my best to please our family. So wouldn’t they just naturally follow in my footsteps?
More is caught than taught, right?
But you know something? They didn’t catch on like I thought they would. They really Continue Reading…