Monthly Archives: April 2011
Questions and Answers – I had so many questions about moving to a foreign country, and they were even more pressing because I was pregnant and a homeschool mom. Normally, when I get emails from people with questions like the … Continue reading
So, the van has been sitting mostly alone for the past 28 days (but who’s counting). (If you missed that story, you can read it here.) Matt has driven it a few times a week to keep it operable and … Continue reading
Sunday was the day we celebrated that our Savior has risen. And celebrate we did! We started our morning by going to ChapelNext. We got there on time, but too late to get a seat! We had a record 345 … Continue reading
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That would be awesome! I have been a huge fan of Pampered Chef since the very first party I attended in FCBC’s gym-kitchen. Slowly over the years I have been adding to my collection of PC items and replacing less-than-stellar … Continue reading
There’s nothing like the time we celebrate what makes our “religion” a “relationship.” What makes it different from all others. This is the season we celebrate that the grave could not hold Jesus. What hope that gives to us as … Continue reading
Those were the words Hayden spoke to me as we walked home tonight. He and his brothers have had a great weekend with the Irvin family. Their son, Nathan, is friends with each of my boys and he’s a joy … Continue reading
Bailey has been improving his reading skills every day, though at a much slower pace than his older brothers. He has no idea about that, of course. He’s just now getting to the point where he can read chapter books … Continue reading
3 years ago I was convinced I could never be a runner. I was adamant that there was no way I could run farther than was necessary to outrun a rabid dog. Then I heard an illustration during a service … Continue reading
I watched Parker as he crawled down the hallway today. He was looking for his brothers after they separated for their independent school work time.