Where I learned to accept all help…
Oak trees get huge and tough by not being mowed over when they are young and tender.
Some children just are slower, for one reason or another, independent of their setting.
For you, or for those with friends and family struggling with tornado damage, here is a bit of help that should get you thinking about what to do first. Of course, your loved ones are wondering about you, and you can register at this lovely Red Cross Safe and Well site, to let them knowContinue reading “Handling Tornado Aftermath!”
School is almost upon us for the year. That means it is high time to look at your school choices. Especially if you are unhappy with your collective school, you need to think about slipping out of that situation and readying yourself and your children for schooling at home. I hope you’ve spent quality timeContinue reading “It’s School Time.”
It happened during our tiny tornado that passed over us and never did a bit of damage except for felling one oak tree in the woods. We saw the clouds coming. We knew the predicted danger was upon us. Watching it was like watching time-lapse photography. I’ve never seen clouds approach so fast. We were ready.Continue reading “She Came Crying, Begging, and Trembling…”
I’ve been thinking about New Year resolutions a lot, lately. Thinking what a sobering thing it would be to ask God what He would like to see me change this year! I found something that may relate, something to think about: And Enoch lived sixty and five years, and begat Methuselah: And Enoch walked withContinue reading “Resolved:”