...I wonder how many posts I've written that begin with, "Oh my goodness, it's chaos around here..." I'll look into it. That's research I don't have time for at the moment. Update with the mold issue: I haven't been back down to the basement since I realized just how allergic I am to mold. The … Continue reading Please Excuse my Sporadic Posts…
I'm excited to say that the PDF Bible study I've been working on for over 6 months is finally posted!
My son is so much more in tune with the spiritual realm and the things of God. He better understands the roles of my husband and I than we do ourselves. I was having a hard time getting the little man to go to sleep. It coincided with a late work night for my husband. … Continue reading Spiritual Lessons From my Children
In my high school years, I never understood the desire for motherhood. Partially because of how my mother and father's marriage crumbled and disintegrated into a steaming pile of brokenness devoid of integrity. It made me a bit of a cynic regarding wifedom and motherhood. Flash forward to 23 year old me, I'd been married … Continue reading You’ll Have 3 Under 3!?
"...For My yoke is easy, and My burden is light."
As a person prone to brooding over everything, good or bad, I take this time of year to reflect on the bygone year and take stock of all the blessings God has given us. Here are a list of the top 10 blessings, some in disguise, my family experienced from the last year: 10) Yoga … Continue reading What a Year!
Crashing in our worship pastor's basement isn't exactly my ideal living situation. It's been over a week and we still have no concrete timeline pertaining to our occupancy/closing on our new place. We are in between homes; wanderers, strangers, nomads. Like the Romani people (minus the fortune telling) who lived as wanderers making a living … Continue reading Gypsies
"Please don't use my hair to climb the sofa," were the first words I said as I began to type this post... sorta sums up the emotions of the day: uncomfortable, annoying, and frustrating. We had the home inspection on the (hopefully) future homestead. While most of the information I was given I already knew … Continue reading A Pickle
Where to begin? So much is going on and at the same time, I have a feeling of stagnation and disconnect. I find that I'm frequently in one of two places: Either just about to head into one of life's storms, or just coming out of one. So much of the last year is just … Continue reading Connection