Episode 26 – Finding Value in the Right Now // Podcast

What does your daily routine look like? No matter how mundane or messy, what you are doing right now as a mom is important. Like a general leading an army into battle. It’s a big deal. A really big deal.

Listen and laugh along as we chat about kitchen disasters and an amazing quote by Charles Spurgeon encouraging all of us moms to recognize our value.

Charles Spurgeon quote

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  1. This is my first time listening to your podcast and I LOVED it! Thank you so much for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚ I don’t know if this is the best place to share my kitchen disaster, but it is convenient so here it goes:

    I was gifted a small bag of coconut macadamia nut pancake mix from Hawaii by my mom. So one morning a couple of weeks ago when pancakes sounded like a good idea for breakfast I pulled out the mix, made the pancakes and left the empty bag standing upright on the counter next to the stovetop so I could read the cooking instructions(I’m sure you can see where this is headed…). I put my tea kettle on one of the burners and heard my daughter (4 mos.) wake up from a nap. I went to attend to her as I waited for the water to boil. When I returned to the kitchen to see why the kettle wasn’t whistling yet it was full of smoke! Not only had the pancake mix bag fallen over onto one of the burners, but I had also turned on the wrong burner which was the one the bag had fallen on! The bag was made of a weird plastic/metallic material and completely melted to the burner and stovetop.
    I joked with my husband that I must be pregnant again because I had quite a few kitchen disasters during my pregnancy.

    Thanks again ladies!

    • Oh my goodness, Melissa — we should be friends! Loved your pancake story!!! If you listen to past episodes, you’ll hear other embarrassing mommy moments. Like the time I hid mail in the dryer. Or the day my son ate Mango Body Butter. Praise the Lord for understanding husbands and Poison Control!

      Thanks so much for listening, and WELCOME to our fabulous Masterpiece Mom community!

      ~ Anne-Renee ๐Ÿ™‚

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