Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Who Has MY Ovaries? (Woman)

Hi there, Damond Glamour Girls;

How funny is it?  I haven't written anything lately because honestly, I haven't had anything to say. Until today.  I have been writing for the other blog, MK Pure Diamond Events and As I was going through the era weddings I realized we all have had friends or family of different wedding eras. 

As I started blogging the different people that I have planned weddings for have come up in my mind.  The brides and grooms and how they talk to their parents about their weddings, their hope for a future and how great their wedding is going to be. The one thing woman have in common is we are all born woman.

We have a Heavenly Father that Galatians 4:4 says " But when the fullness of time was come, God sent forth made  child.
What does it mean "Abba Father!".  I recently went through a divorce and in the midst of it I was crying out!  These very same words.  I couldn't take the pain anymore.  I had done everything possible to stay married.  Not all men want to stay married.  Why? Who knows.  

There are things in life we don't plan for.  We had been through a lot.  He was my only, my one and only!  I thought we had a plan that if I was having difficulties when our second child went through high school we would  go through mediation and stay together.  It is difficult for youth to attend the same school their child  father works at.  Kind like a preachers child who has to have this perfect image of what is like to be a Christian.  That type of perfection is difficult.  It doesn't exist on earth, that is why we are saved by "grace and not by works so that no man should boast".  False works, like when you put your heart and soul into your business and it shows no fruit.  You cry out "Abba Father". Or when you are failing apart and all you can say is "Abba".  Throughout out lives, we were persecuted like any other couples that  stood for Christianity, why because "He" is allowed to test you refine you and perfect your belief.  There are limits on what "He" can do.  When you meet the man of your life in high school and you have been together, everyone  wants what you have.

The one thing I learned not to do planning weddings. I learned to be grateful.  This time even I couldn't stop what happen, nor were my prayers heard.  The only reason I can think of is that I don't know the reason.  No is just not No to some people.  Here is the deal we are all like Mary, if you think about it, we give birth to children, male or female.  The one thing that is important is to know who we have been with, it affects the truth!

Know who is with those ovaries of yours ladies and guard them.  Do not lean them out.  Make sure that place in you is well guarded,  The good thing is ther I life after divorce and you can be friends with past love!  You just have to keep in mind, the reason why.


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Sunday, September 22, 2013

1960's Weddings

The 1960's Wedding

 The age of freedom, peace rally's, writting to soldiers, complaints about the government and the treatment of our young men in "Vietnam" woman had a strong voice.  
Woodstock was countered by revival that was countered by independence, individuality. Parents yelled at their children publically, drug education began.  Overall people tried to help others in trying times.  The introduction to humor in Wedding entered with cake toppers. It was a time when you had to speak out on abuse.

 We were all looking at TV 
more that we should have. Weddings are still the foundation of a relations. Witnesses stood up for their couples in church or in front of a judge.  Court weddings in front of a justice of the peace excited. 

      Okay the 60's was more liberal than the 50's.
Woman began to be known for owning business. Decor and venues were becoming more non traditional. 
                                              
                        
  Modern 60's want to have a home, the tradition of a wedding and the reality that it leads to home purchase of a home. 
                        Sophistication is the best part about choosing an era wedding. To find the venue and the class you are looking for. It is part of you and your financing talking through the era. There are choices and colors to be made.  You can use choices from your favorite fabric or wallpaper or your wedding invitation.  

 This era show the simplistic approach along with whimsy is a fun way to begin a married life. 

Composing looks that go together well, help to put the whole wedding together.

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Thursday, September 12, 2013

"Who Has My Ovaries?" Sisterhood

Hi there, Diamond Glamour Girls;

I grew up with a Mom and a sister.  My mom always wanted to be my sister she could be my sister
When I was still in my youth I can remember men telling my mom she looked so young.  And then turning around and telling my sister she looked old enough to be my mom.  I felt so sad for my sister. She was so insulted. My dad was insulted because they would then ask if he was her father.  My sister's insulted look was something I will never forget.  My mom was so happy because she was always about the beauty. 

 I thank my God for making me a Daddy's girl.  My dad was all about teaching me through scripture. For this I will be thankful all the days of my life. (Phil 4:6) I never could find a way to explain to my sister what was going on. I understood early in life. With both my sister and dad insulted the family arguements would last longer then what they needed to. How do you explain to a sister five years older that was she is being explained is not truth.  I was the "little sister", I didn't know anything, I was too young to know "innoscent".

Did this make daily living easier?  Was it a smooth day all the time?  That is not what he promises.  His promises are others. There are some things that changed my life along the year of growing up reading the bible.  That his word is true even though the cercumstances might not be. 1. Is knowing that there is compassion and it is different than a life of grace and mercy, peace and understanding.  2. Is that it is important in life to acknowledge the pain of others. (Is 13: 8) I tried to explain to my mom, something that she refuses to understand.

The pain my sister felt.  The pain I felt when she acted beautiful with other men.  Was it cheating on my Father?  (Col 2:8) What did it produce? It produced difficulties I have trouble speaking of today.  I was raped, my dad explained with the bible. At the age of thirteen my dad had to explain something I wasn't mature enough to understand. It was difficult for him to understand why or how another man could treat his child that way and I remember him crying as he explained.  As a child I then tried to explained my mom what had happened. She refused to acknowledge it saying it was my fault. I don't agree, not all things that happen to young woman are their fault.

Today I sit in her home with her trying to get her to understand and she still refuses to acknowledge the pain within, as a teen and an adult.  She wants me to be her, but the truth is I am not.  I won't ever her! I am a different kind of mom. I insult when young men or old give me compliments.  I am a mom of male children, who I demand respect from.  I demanded respect from their friends and I do not allow them to offend women, sexually or with false compliments.

Do I deserve an apology from my mom, so does my sister, she has to fess up to her ways at some point. I don't know if I will ever get it. I know my Lord thinks so, she has denied it my whole life. My dad, his dad both apologize for the teens behavior, and the ripple affect it had on my life, because of the years missing are not a compliment or the best of testimonies.  The said thing is I am feeling the ripple affect today being here in a house of the woman who refused to acknowledge it in the first place.  I can't help but wonder if her and my sister would have acknowledged it how our lives would be different.

"And in that day you will say: O Lord, I will praise you; Through You were angry with me, Your anger is turned away, and You comfort me.  Behold, God is my salvation I will  trust and not be afraid; For Yah, The Lord is my strength and song; He also has become my salvation."

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