Picture this scene… You’re driving home from work and you cruise into your neighborhood. Once you turn the corner and pull onto your street, you see half a dozen teenagers riding bikes, rip sticks and skateboards. They’re talking and enjoying some downtime after school. As you turn right into your driveway, you spy Mr. and … More Choosing Margin
July 1 – It’s camp week! These are beautiful words to a parent’s ear! Camp week! It’s here. That week when the kids pack up their clothes, boots, sleeping bags, towels, and pillows and go have fun while mom and dad get a little time alone and some peace and quiet. This is the second … More It’s Camp Week
Today is a rainy, February, gloomy sort of a day. I am at my kitchen table letting the gloom settle in on me like loose silly putty on an upholstered couch, getting depressed about the weather and my blog and my to-do list. My favorite green tea is out and Monday is the first day … More 2018 – Kitchen Table Reflections Prompted by iPhone Photos
Marbling with oil based paints is marvelously brilliant!
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Second in a series on keeping our youth in the church. Yesterday, on a rainy Sunday road trip day, I had the benefit of sitting beside my lovely 20 year old daughter as she took a driving shift. We were headed home from a family reunion in Florida and talking about the struggles of staying […]