Month: October 2013

Unspoken: Following the Line of Domestic Violence (Even in Christian Families)

I admit this is an abrupt departure from my recent posts.  But this is definitely an issue that God has brought to the forefront of my mind.  I pray as I post this column that the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart will be pleasing in His sight! I almost did  […]

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The Good-bye Line to Age Four

Yesterday was my last day teaching the preschool class at our homeschool co-operative.  Possibly ever teaching preschool in a more formal setting as next year my youngest will be in kindergarten.  For ironically, yesterday was also my youngest child’s last day of being four.  Today he is the big five years old. He had me […]

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Forty Lines After the Hour

My grandparents had quite the collection of antiques.  When I was younger, I did not recognize that this was unusual.  As many of them are now gracing my home, I am highly appreciative.  What is amazing is that many of them were gifts from a gentleman whose family did not want them.  I am not […]

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A Line of Strollers

When you have four kids age six and under, you need a way to transport them.  For a time, we had a double stroller, single Graco one that matched our car seat and an umbrella stroller minus the covering that these little strollers came with a few years after we had our first born. This […]

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Faded mauve lines on our dining room chairs

Recently my husband found a high table for our dining room.  The  price was incredible since the table was missing a leg.  That fact would have halted most would-be purchasers, but my handy guy just fabricated a new one.  And the table really does look lovely. Almost matches our hardwood floors … So, we put […]

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