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Summer’s End

Today and tomorrow. That’s all I’ve got. Last week I posted all about homeschooling — IF I were a homeschool. I actually have one final post to add to that series, but the truth is I’m not a homeschooler, at least not full-time, and my kids go back to school …

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A Day with Patsy Clairmont (only three months late)

So, as flipped through recent and older posts, I realized that I never blogged about my day with Patsy Clairmont. I talked about it on facebook a ton, but I never actually blogged about it. This is a huge, egregious error! I can’t believe I didn’t share it with you. …

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Whoever restrains his words has knowledge, and he who has a cool spirit is a man of understanding. Even a fool who keeps silent is considered wise; when he closes his lips, he is deemed intelligent. — Proverbs 17:27–28 (ESV) Some might believe that I haven’t blogged because I have …


Remembering More

Today marks two years since Zachary shattered his femur, changing the course of our summer. I feel tremendously selfish to steal this national holiday for our very tight-knit family history. My youngest brother currently serves in the military. My oldest brother served in Kuwait. And Saudi Arabia. And Iraq. And …


HELP! I’m twitterpated.

This was supposed to be my week of random posts. Taking a vacation from my typical content of Bible study and missional living, I would offer a parade of inconsequential nothingness. I started with our Disney countdown and then … well, somewhere between then and now my inconsequential nothingness turned …

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Disney Vacation Countdown {DIY with FREE Download}

They thought we were watching “Mary Poppins.” We did, eventually, but this clip of Coming Attractions proved far more exciting. Yup. We’re going again. YIPPEE!!!! I have to admit I may be more excited about this trip than others. Maybe it’s because there’s less stress, no pressure. We’ve been before and …

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Lessons from Laryngitis

We’ve had a rather quiet house this week. Mostly because I have no voice. I didn’t realize I was the loud one of the family, but … well, I guess I was wrong. My voice abandoned me sometime between Wednesday afternoon and our closing prayer at Big Word that night. It …

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