Our First Homeschool Graduate

Our oldest child has officially graduated from high school after being home schooled, Praise the Lord! It seems like yesterday that we were teaching him how to read, write, ride a bike and swim!...more

Summer Laughter

It's here! The much anticipated, thoroughly enjoyable summertime!  In New England, where we live, it seems that there are only two seasons in the course of a year: Winter and Summer. As time goes on, the winters just seem to be getting colder and longer. (It must have something to do with the thinning of the blood or old age.) ...more

How to Love: Listen Without Interrupting

  In our house, disagreements and lively debates are filled with one common phrase: "Let me finish...don't interrupt me!!!" Everyone wants their voice to be heard. Everyone feels their reasoning needs to be heard. ...more

Happy Fall Y'all

Every have those times in life when you have a lot to say and not enough words to put together to say anything of any significance? I guess that is my only explanation for not writing a blog post for a while....more

Spring Break in Charleston

Last week was our spring break week from school here in New England. It seems so late compared to everyone else in the country! This year my parents invited us to join them in South Carolina. Unfortunately, Ken could not join us due to work obligations, but the kids and I were able to go.  ...more
That's my home town -- and Isle of Palms is my favorite beach. I'm glad you enjoyed your trip.more

Date please...

Oh my goodness. What has happened to this year? The time is flying by so fast! I was shocked to look at this blog today and find that I hadn't posted in a long while. Truth is that I've been meaning to post more, but time and the schedules in my life are a bit overwhelming. Enough excuses.... Blogging is a lot of fun and I enjoy writing. Tomorrow is a new day and I will share some pics from our spring break trip. ...more

11 Questions Every Church Leader Should Be Asking

I copied this blog post from Willow Creek Association. Please pass this along to your church leaders if you feel prompted from the Lord to do so.  If you don't feel comfortable, maybe this will be a good tool to help you decide if you are attending the kind of church the Lord intended for you to attend. 11 Questions Church Leaders Should Be Asking:Re-post by Tony Morgan:...more

What's on the Horizon?

A new year! A new chapter ~ 2013!...more

Paths

I recently took a hike in a state park near our house with Buddy (our golden retriever)...alone. I was yearning to be away from it all and just be quiet before the Lord. The fall colors and the beauty lured me deeper and deeper into the woods and before I knew it I could only hear the dog rustling in the leaves. No cars, no planes - just the quietness and beauty of the forest.  ...more

Colossians Study

Here we are...the last week in September already! The leaves are beginning to change and fall from the trees already and the farmers almanac says we are in for a rough winter! The squirrels around our neighborhood are busier than I've ever seen them, collecting nuts for their storehouses. Last week I began a new bible study on Colossians, and it has been terrific! Do you know about the SOAP personal study plan online? (Click on soap for the link) ...more