Discovering The Good


Today we are going to the wedding of one of our best friends’ daughter. It has been a busy week decorating, cooking, hugging, laughing and remembering. This wedding will make our friends empty nesters and a new season of life will begin for them. Change is hard, but it is also good. Oftentimes we don’t discover the good until we’ve learned to accept the changes with thankfulness.

When we have life changing moments like these we learn valuable lessons from which those who are coming behind us can glean. This brings us to today’s question:

Question #5

What was a life-changing moment you experienced and how did you handle the changes?

Won’t you take time this weekend to ask someone in your family the answer to this question. Or, you can answer the question yourself.


“To our children, we give two things, one is roots, the other is wings.”


I am taking part in the Ultimate Blog Challenge to post every day in April.

2 thoughts on “Discovering The Good

  1. Good question! So many different answers after living so many decades. I used to think I could write a novel when I was 20. Now I still wonder if I am ready. Smile. Thanks for provoking the questions!

    • Coastalmom,
      I encourage you to write that novel. Even if its only for you that you do it! What a journey I’ve experienced in the past 12 years. I wouldn’t trade it for anything, but it was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. I enjoyed it more than I imagined as well!
      Blessings to you,

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