Last Thanksgiving, my younger daughters were teasing their older sister after noticing her spice rack was organized alphabetically. It was all in fun as they admire her organizational skills and are quite organized themselves. As I smiled at their antics, I asked, “How did you learn to do that?” She replied, “I learned it from you.” Oh right, I guess my spice rack is organized that way, but that practice wasn’t high on my list of what to teach my children. It reminded me that you can teach your children about God and how to drive and how to budget their money, but they learn more from what you do than from what you tell them.
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Amen! Thanks Sheila!❤️
On Sat, Jan 29, 2022 at 6:30 AM Briefly Speaking wrote:
> Sheila Graham posted: ” Last Thanksgiving, my younger daughters were > teasing their older sister after noticing her spice rack was organized > alphabetically. It was all in fun as they admire her organizational skills > and are quite organized themselves. As I smiled at their antics” >