Monthly Archives: January 2014

Close calls and living without fear

We were driving home from church yesterday, heading down a curving, two lane road very close to home. We were getting close to a large curve when another car came from the opposite direction. It came to the curve and … Continue reading

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What I learned about my kids through playing Monopoly

  Friday night, Dad was going to be home late. We rented a movie, watched it, and put the 3 year old to bed. What to do next? The older two (9 and 11) begged me to play Monopoly with … Continue reading

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How bumpy was your homeschooling road this week?

It was the first week back to school after a long Christmas break. Christmas is over, the decorations are taken down, and the next break in sight in Easter. The temperatures for most of the country were literally colder than … Continue reading

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Eating the Book?

Have you ever read the Bible in a year? I did along with my hubby a couple years ago. It was a great experience and broadened my understanding of the Word. The problem was that it became very tempting to … Continue reading

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Don’t Be A Wind Chaser

  “Our house is so small. If only we could move to a bigger one, then life would be better. I wish my car had a GPS, seat warmers and a DVD player for the kids. If I could find … Continue reading

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