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My Girl

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My Girl….that is what I call my wife, Jennifer.

Let me tell you about My Girl.

She is my best friend.

She is Supermom.

She is a “part-time” teacher for my oldest son who attends a University-Model school.

She is a “part-time” staff member for the children’s ministry at our church.

She does almost all of the house cleaning, laundry, dishes, and everything else in our home.

She is the room mother for my son’s class.

She takes my son to swim practice every day and volunteers as a timer at his swim meets.

She regularly takes our boys to the library to develop a love of reading and learning in them.

She serves as a leader of our small group from church.

She is an awesome friend, twin-sister, sister-in-law, daughter, daughter-in-law, and aunt.

On this Mother’s Day, I just want to recognize and thank her for all she does. And thank her for being My Girl.

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May 11, 2008 at 4:13 pm

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I posted earlier about Learning….but that is only half of the story

Mark Batterson wrote…..

Half of learning is learning. The other half of learning is unlearning. Unfortunately, unlearning is twice as hard as learning.

My 2 boys are in learning mode right now. They are full of questions. They are curious and they want to learn.

Me, on the other hand…..I am having to ‘unlearn’ a lot of stuff. This world passed on a lot of bad info to me about life, relationships, parenting, marriage, career, success, money, etc.

Is there anything that you need to ‘unlearn’?

What about your organization? Does your team, company, church, etc. have the ability to ‘unlearn’ stuff?

Written by Aaron

April 2, 2008 at 4:06 pm