Broken Bones and Opened Eyes

Collier recently broke his arm. We were very lucky in that it wasn’t a bad break and he hasn’t been in any pain at all since it happened. Actually, it only seems to bother him when it’s time to do school, boys right? But it was the timing of the break I found so ironic.Continue reading “Broken Bones and Opened Eyes”

Simple Season

I think we can all agree that 2020 has been one of the strangest years most of us have ever seen. Honestly, it seems like each month tried to outdo the one before it for craziness. And now we’ve finally made it to the Christmas season. Now I don’t know about you, but I absolutelyContinue reading “Simple Season”

Letting Go

“We must let go of the life we have planned in order to accept the one that is waiting on us.”                                                                                      Joseph Campbell Fourteen years ago this month, I found out I was pregnant. Brian and I were so happy, we had been married six years and were ready to become parents. I guessContinue reading “Letting Go”

A Pumpkin and a Perfect Smile

This past weekend Collier had his Boy Scout troop over to roast weenies and carve pumpkins. From the time Brian brought his pumpkin in on Monday, he drove us crazy about when he could carve it. He’s never really been a big pumpkin carving fan, but something tells me a recent Dude Perfect video thatContinue reading “A Pumpkin and a Perfect Smile”

Love One Another… No, really!

“ So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.” Matthew 7:12  A few weeks ago, our Sunday school class had a Zoom meeting and this is the verse we talked about. It seems like such a simple verse on the surface.Continue reading “Love One Another… No, really!”

Is Homeschooling for Us? Of Course it is!

I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know when I say the last few months have been an unprecedented time in history. Our world has changed and is still continuing to change. One of the biggest changes for many families became “pandemic schooling.” And while pandemic schooling is not the same as homeschooling, I’veContinue reading “Is Homeschooling for Us? Of Course it is!”

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