Father’s Day

There’s not enough time, nor enough words to thank these men for all they’ve given to me. My own father Steve Viso for always giving to, thinking of and supporting me and my family. Bob Christie for making me feel loved straight from the get. Our kids are so lucky to have you both asContinue reading “Father’s Day”

Contentment #thisis38

Godliness with Contentment is great gain. Remember that we come into this world with nothing and we go out the exact same way. We should feel content with food and shelter. Money is the root of all evil and is conveted far too much. But, Godliness with contentment is great gain! Timothy 6:6

Tuesday’s Thoughts

Talk about the Joys in your life instead of the problems. Thinking about what is wrong has become a real focus! I say, look at all the good. There is way more joy, you have to be willing to see it! When you’re looking for problems, you’ll find more problems. Concentrate on the joys andContinue reading “Tuesday’s Thoughts”

Detroit Tigers

Our family is full of Tiger fans. My parents have season tickets, my children have been spoiled by going to many games and the youngest 3 are even kids club members. Well, yesterday a dream came true for our 11 year old. He was chosen to be a part of Kids Take the Field. WhichContinue reading “Detroit Tigers”

Planning a Budget

Zig Ziglar used to say, “If you aim at nothing, you’ll hit it every time.” When it comes to money and household finances, this means without a budget there is plenty opportunity for things to go wrong. You need to start with a strong foundation so you can be successful between paychecks. I have beenContinue reading “Planning a Budget”

Money Management

We are coming into our summer break here at our house. Which means income will be less, because I’ll be home with the kids. It is well worth it, but it means looking at our finances differently. I started a new Bible Study today on money, by Dave Ramsey. As my household heads into thisContinue reading “Money Management”

Good in Every Day

Every day may not be good, but there is good in every day. I’ve heard different examples of this used. The point is, it’s all in how you choose to look at it. What good has already happened for you today? Can you see that you opening your eyes, drawing breath and even reading thisContinue reading “Good in Every Day”

Grace

A gentle reminder to be gracious in your speech. To think about what you are saying and how, especially around young ears. Teaching them about how what you say and to whom matters. That being our kindness and tolerance should be noticed in our words. Happy Thursday Friends. May you find your words to beContinue reading “Grace”