Here we are three weeks into the New Year and for many of us, we are still in the Deep Cold of Winter. “As the Days Grow Longer, the Cold Grows Stronger!” Br-r-r-r But this cold weather does give us more time to think about change.

So how are you and your family doing with your New Year’s Resolutions?

Have you been working on a more routine lifestyle? Encouraging regular exercise among the troops and keeping up the family Prayer time?

Please don’t let me sound like I’m insinuating that these things aren’t already in place in your family…but I do know that I’ve never seen a family that doesn’t need strengthening in some particular area. So, it is my sincere hope to encourage you once again.

I don’t usually like to bring my family life into the Social Media lime-light; but today, because I’m trying to encourage all the families reading this blog and listening to my Podcasts; I’m going to break my own rules and post a family picture. I will post it because I want you to see my joy and the fruits of my labor to this date in time.

When I was a young mother, I would get so very tired. The sleepless nights, the never-ending laundry (and I always used cloth diapers). The gardening and canning, school events (before we started homeschooling), one thing after another that drained my energy. You know the scenario, right?

Well, for whatever reason, I was given the grace to pray for perseverance.

I prayed for perseverance because I knew that I needed it! I so easily get bored and desire change, that I knew if not for the grace of God….I would never be able to do my daily duties ….every day, day in and day out, week after week, month after month, etc!

So, I will show you a glimpse of my wonderful life! The life that perseverance and fortitude has granted to me and my family. Of course, this is not the end of the story, it is only the beginning of many new stories!

It is truly amazing what God can and will do for us, if we desire His will.

And how you are doing with the Medicine Cabinet?

Are you making progress? Again. Perseverance. Never give up. If you are inspired by grace to make changes, please respond to that grace and make the changes in your home needed so that you have on hand those natural items you may need for illness or injury.

Let me end with this personal note as well: If you are reading this, and you’ve been inspired to learn about homeopathy and other Natural Health remedies….I believe with all my heart that God has given you very special grace. And I suspect He has much more in mind for you and your family in the future. Keep up the good work!

May God Bless You and Yours,
Sue Meyer

Here is a picture of my wonderful family!

Perseverence. Sue Meyer and her family