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Great question. My commute home from work takes an hour and a half, so I leave the office at 5:30 and get home at 7 pm. I find if I don't eat a snack, I will rip my mother's head off due to my hunger, even though she's being so kind and picking me up. So, yes, to avoid the near occasion of sin, I pack a snack so I can greet her with a smile and a "Hey Mom!"


Interesting prayer.

Sharon O

Thoughtful post thank you for challenging me.

Headless Mom

So true!

I think I could add to the list: Have I asked for help in areas where I need it? I can't do it all and most of the others that live here don't have my eyes, so all it takes is usually a quick "Hey, would you mind....?" (Usually: empty the dishwasher?, take out the trash? put the wash in the dryer and turn it on?) Most times my family will help with little to no fuss and my load is lighter. Makes for a MUCH HAPPIER MAMA.

Mary @ A Simple Twist of Faith

Headless Mom,

I agree with the asking for help, although my girls are at the age that helping sometimes creates more work for me.

Peace be with you,

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