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Keepin’ Things Real:  How Golf is Like Marriage!

September 24, 2015
Anybody who knows us, know that we love to play golf. This season is almost over with the FED-X challenge coming to a close. We don't get to play as much as we would like, but nevertheless, we love to play. We also think Golf is like marriage in many ways...

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Keepin’ Things Real:  What we didn't know about marriage until we divorced!

September 09, 2015
We think it's true that people learn and grow more through their struggles than their successes. This was certainly true for us when it came to the break-down of our marriage which ultimately ended in our divorce. But, after our divorce and re-marriages to one another, we asked ourselves a question that taught us something about our marriage that we didn't know until we divorced.

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Keepin’ Things Real:  4 questions a husband needs to ask himself

September 03, 2015
We've heard it said "an un-evaluated life is a wasted life". So for all the husbands out there, here are 4 questions you need to ask yourself about your marriage.

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Keepin’ Things Real:  Why is the wrong question...here's why

August 24, 2015
Why is the wrong questions and here's why! We've all been in places where we had questions: Questions like: "why this happened?" "why that happened?", "why is this not happening?" "why is that not happening?". What we've learned and are still learning is that WHY is the wrong question. In fact, WHY is an invalid question that will leave you many days living spiritually as an "in -valid" . So what do you do

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Keepin’ Things Real:  Loss and Dr. Seuss

May 21, 2015
As a child (Jena) growing up, my mother made sure that everything was an opportunity for celebration. She made every holiday and special day a day to be remembered. It made the one being celebrated feel so special. When I became a mother myself, I carried on my mother's tradition and influence to make every event a memorable celebration for my husband and children. Every party is often extravagant because I want them to know how very special they are. I call it "making memories".

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