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Month: September 2015

I’m Guilty

  If I sat down and listed all the things I do wrong, I probably wouldn’t finish until the day I died. I guess I’m a pretty critical, judgmental person. There.  I’ve said it.  I am;  I’m judgmental and overly critical. A lot. The thing […]

Monday Mondays 9.21.15

  This past week we did something we have rarely done over the course of our lives – gone to the fair!  Above and beyond that… we even entered something in the fair, and came away with ribbons!  WooHoo! In April, we bought a couple […]

Monday Mondays – Goodbye Summer

What exactly are the dog days of summer?  Are they gone already?  I don’t know about where you live, but fall showed up this past weekend.  As I sit here in my sweat pants, hoodie and a blanket on my lap, I welcome the heat […]

Why Foundations Matter

Somewhere, buried in the foundational concrete in our home, is a shoebox size Rubbermaid container. And in that container is a Bible. And highlighted in the Bible are these verses:  “Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise […]

Making Room For Stillness

A few months ago, I started using a bullet journal in a bid to reorganize my time.  Before, as a stay-at-home homeschool mom, I was in a pretty good rhythm as far as my time management skills were concerned. Once I started working, even though […]