I have about 12,322 posts I keep meaning to write. But for whatever reason (don’t wanna find my camera, kids are crying, i’m too tired to write coherently, etc. etc. etc.) I haven’t sat down to write them. Then it’s like 3 weeks after the fact. And I feel stupid for writing it. But at […]
Archives for July 2009
Once I heard a Children’s Pastor speak about celebrating your children. He explained that kids will always want to celebrate milestones: getting a driver’s license, graduating, birthdays, etc. But his suggestion to parents was “If you don’t celebrate your kid, they’ll find someone who will.” That has always stuck with me. I want my kids […]
This morning at about 2:15 Asa woke up. He wasn’t crying exactly. More just voicing a complaint that he was in his bed alone. Or maybe he reralized Lydia was at Camp Primo and he wanted to be there, too. Regardless, I let him talk for a good 45 minutes. That’s when I noticed I […]
There are so many great verses about PEACE. I have not been sure if I want to go the route of peace during a storm, being a peace-maker or having a peaceful spirit. So, I think we might just hit on all of them. The first thing we did was read the story of Jesus […]
I love my church. And I wish you could come with me. Well, now you can. Kinda. Beginning August 16 we’re starting an online campus. Cool, right? Hey, it’s worth a look, isn’t it?
Amanda had a wonderful craft project that she did with Lydia right here – a Boredom Buster Jar full of ideas and activities to do when the “Mommy, I’m bored…” starts. Elias actually does not tell me he’s bored – he shows me by acting out and disobeying. So…. here begins my list of Boredom […]
1. The Patriot One of my favorite movies. It’s so bittersweet it makes my heart hurt thinking about it. And Mel Gibson? He’s hardcore in this one. The worst/best part is when he and his two young sons are watching a troop of redcoats in the woods. He asks his son, “Do you know which […]