Monthly Archives: January 2013

White flag

So often when you have young children, there is this “I haven’t done enough” mentality that forces its way into all the little crevices of your brain. You know that you’ve done laundry, made a few beds and fed your … Continue reading

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Dog Food

Gracie, my 17 month old has this constant desire to find our dog’s dish and scoop her chubby little fingers around the dog food. Apparently, this is great fun; because she does it any time she finds the door to … Continue reading

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She speaks…

I’ve found if I memorize scripture, the Lord uses it to pop up at some pretty inconvenient times. If I memorize something about patience, I get all sorts of opportunities to “practice” my new verse, usually with a toddler who … Continue reading

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Where faith is found

I know that faith can be sort of a “churchy” word, even trite at times, until you really need it. We hear the word a lot in Christian circles, but I have to wonder how often we actually embrace real … Continue reading

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