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
I am a terrible daughter. Yesterday was Mother’s Day, as I’m sure you all know, and I didn’t call my mom. (hanging my head in shame) *shielding myself from tomatoes* There is a card in the mail, but I didn’t buy it until the day before and since she doesn’t live in the same town,… Continue reading A Mother’s Day Card
It’s been over a month since I last posted. I needed to pause this blog to find this order that God has for my life, that I had disorganized. This time off has been a great respite of just living life, with some extra family time and time to get know God better. God reminded… Continue reading I’m back
You’ve met all our kids, now meet my husband, Jonathan. Jonathan and I have been married almost 14 years, and known each other almost 15 years. He’s a geek, seriously. He loves all things Apple, in fact I think he’s on a first name basis with half of the employees at the local Apple store,… Continue reading Meet the Mr.
I am raising my daughters to be homemakers. Whether they get married or not, they will have a home to take care of. I want to equip them while their young and as they grow how to keep a home. One of the ways that I have done that is to make my daughters a… Continue reading A Homemaking Journal for your Daughter
Last week our family took a vacation and we went to St. Louis, MO. One of the main attractions that we planned on seeing was the Arch. I had never been to St. Louis before, let alone the Arch, so I was looking forward to what we would see and learn while were there. Ten… Continue reading 10 Things I Learned About the Arch in St. Louis
Yesterday, we were on the road for most of the day. We are on vacation and our destination was a ways away. We had to stay awake, so we started out with our BOGO Caribou Coffee. Jonathan took the first shift of driving. There were state lines crossed. There were lots of windmills. We started… Continue reading Vacation 2012 – Meet Me in St. Louis