Now that we had a home and knew we were accepted to seminary, things seemed more real. We now knew where we would be for the next 4 years of our lives, which was a totally new concept for us. If you know us at all, you know we have been moving almost every year and… Continue reading Quitting Homeschooling
We were ready to go, but he said to stay, and now we’re moving? Yep. When we decided to go with our local seminary, it wasn’t actually all up to us. It is a small seminary and they only take 18 new students per year, (another perk we liked). So, we had to apply and… Continue reading Moving
These are words that God poured out of me yesterday, after chatting with friends on Facebook about how important safety is in finding a home. In that conversation, a friend also pointed me to Flower Patch Farmgirl, who “just happened” to write this amazing post about contentment that same day and it really grabbed my heart too.… Continue reading Safe
My one word for 2014 is Adventure. In my last post I shared what Adventure means to me. Today I want share an Adventure that God is taking me on. When I heard, and soaked in the story of Abraham, I started asking God for my own Adventure. Crazy, right? I asked a little hesitantly at… Continue reading Adventure: When He Says Go, You Go
I love to read! According to Goodreads, in 2013 I read 24 books. I thought that was pretty good, for all that I have going on as a homeschooling, Average Housewife. Then I thought about what goal I should have for this year. I thought if I upped it by one, I could call it… Continue reading My Reading Goals for 2014
I understand after reading my last post, some of you might be wondering how all of what I said connected with Adventure. Talking to people and schedule changes may not seem like “Adventure” to you. I admit they do seem kind of lame, but I feel like God has used these little steps to prepare… Continue reading What is Adventure?
Safe. Regular. Planned. Normal. Comfort. Routine. Those are all words I like. They make me feel good. I’m the kind of girl who likes to know what’s going on and if there’s a change, give me time to adapt to it. I don’t mean 5 minutes, 24 hours at least, please. When I’m going out… Continue reading My Word for 2014