My daughters and I have been watching the best show for families. Secrets of Sulphur Springs keeps getting better and better and it’s fun for all ages!
We get a screener every week before a new episode airs on Disney Channel and we get a new surprise in the mail, too!
This week, the snow storm had other plans, but we are patiently awaiting our package and I cannot wait to reveal it to you!
This week’s episode of Secrets of Sulphur Springs
In “If I Could Turn Back Time,” Harper (Kyliegh Curran) and 12-year-old Griffin Campbell (Preston Oliver) escape after being detained by the police and find young Jess (Izabela Rose), who reveals new details about her relationship with Savannah (Elle Graham).
The episode premieres FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19 at 8:00 PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
Gasps and chills galore!
Even though every episode of Secrets of Sulphur Springs so far has been epic, this week’s episode is the best yet.
It was brilliant. I don’t know how they managed to answer one question and then create a lot of new ones that will have our heads spinning all week until we’re able to solve the next mystery.
A Hundred Years From Now
I have been cherishing all the time travel adventures we’ve been vicariously having through Secrets of Sulphur Springs.
We’ve all got streaming services and apps and even DVRs, and multiple devices.
It’s such a treat to get everyone gathered to enjoy one of our favorite shows together and along our friends!
It reminded me of an amazing short poem by Forest E. Witcraft (American Scholar, Teacher and Scout Leader, 1894-1967) that always helps me put things into perspective – and to time travel, in a way.
“A hundred years from now
it will not matter
what my bank account was,
the sort of house I lived in,
or the kind of car I drove…
but the world may be different because
I was important in the life of a child.”
Sometimes we put off the fun and the memories for “later when.”
Later when the house is perfectly clean.
Later when all homework is perfectly done.
Later when we serve the perfectly cooked meal.
Later when all laundry, is perfectly folded, ironed, and put away.
Later when the workload is perfectly accomplished.
Are you starting to see a pattern? And maybe getting my obvious hint?
“Later when” may never happen, because “perfectly” doesn’t exist, and because we’ve only got the present moment.
Will it really matter?
My house is a total mess. Right now we are melting snow to be able to flush our toilets, and we’re lucky if we can cook one meal before we lose power, but I’m glad we were able to have our Secrets of Sulphur Springs time together, because these memories really do matter.
Having the opportunity to laugh, discuss theories, and even cry a little (well, that may just be me -lol) helps us positive moms in building a legacy of love, joy and fulfillment!
When I ask myself “will it really matter a hundred years from now?,” I suddenly drop my busy bee temptations and start to focus on “the good part,” as Jesus said to Mary and Martha.
This question has also helped ease my worries, get grounded, and be more forgiving, which in turn has brought much peace to my soul.
Will you try the “a hundred years from now” approach? Share below!
And be sure to tune into Secrets of Sulphur Springs this Friday- it’s a must watch for the whole family.
© Elayna Fernández ~ The Positive MOM
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