Lately, my social media outlets have been blasting out links to parenting articles like parenting is the latest fad. You’re doing it all backwards, they say. You’re doing it all wrong. Parenting brings out people’s greatest fears and insecurities. It also teaches us more about ourselves then we care to know. So, that’s how short my… Read More Transform your parenting perspective
I have more coffee paraphernalia than I need. Six stove top espresso makers (thank you estate sales and thrift stores), French presses, two different types of grinders, a roaster, canisters with various blends and grinds, frothers. . . We like our coffee and we like it good. I guess you can say we’re coffee snobs.… Read More Looking beyond the “best” cup of coffee
Today meet Jake and Jessie in Bucharest. I am so encouraged by their story, up and moving to Romania because they knew that’s what they needed to do. One of my favorite quotes – “People of all cultures love kids, so they’ve opened a lot of conversations and softened a lot of people to us. … Read More Up and moved to Bucharest, Romania – with four young children
One of the first Christmas gifts I remember from my early childhood was not one I received. When I was four or five my older brother received a Lego castle from Santa. It was the most amazing Lego set I had ever seen. I don’t know how long it stayed a castle before turning into… Read More Lego life
According to my 2-year-old, “God saw all that he made and it was good.” This truth came out of her mouth after a morning of Sunday School last week. This is the account of the fifth day of creation after everything came into being – except people (Genesis 1:25). When God created man and woman… Read More . . . and it was very good.