Our son Eric has been a source of inspiration to me. He’s the happiest boy around and is interested in everything. To begin with he was born 7 weeks early on March 23, 1991.They told us he would at least be in the hospital until his due date which was mid May so we were stunned when they told us we could take him home
My last rant bout punctuation reminded me of a ridiculous (but, in my opinion, hilarious) song. I heard it a number of years ago. Every once in a while when I’m struggling with punctuation, the chorus to this song will come popping into my head. To get its true effect, you really have to hear this one sung, but I thought I’d post the lyrics
After getting my book back from my editor/daughter from Kind Corrections Editing Service I realized I must have a serious comma deficiency. It looked to me like she added dozens of comma’s and took out the few I had managed to put in. I was reminded of an article my other daughter had written so I thought I would post it and let you enjoy our
And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men; Knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ. Knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ. Colossians 3:23-24 Our dog, Strider, never does anything half-way. He lives
Frugal Fridays Crystal Paine has a Frugal Friday’s tip each week and encourages women to submit their ideas. My dear husband says, “No one enjoys a bargain more than my wife!” so I’ve decided to submit one of my ideas. [Tweet ““No one enjoys a bargain more than my wife!””] Printer ink! Don’t you just hate paying the high prices? Yet printers are so handy and
One of my favorite authors is Oswald Chambers. If you e-mail with me for any length of time you will more than likely find one of his quotes as part of my signature. This week I was having a discussion about obedience online with a group of homeschool moms. One of the women sent the following excerpt from My Utmost for His Highest. Since Mr.
Eric was diagnosed with Leukemia in July of 1991. That was the year our oldest daughter was to start school in the fall. For years we had been praying about and planning on homeschooling our children. We knew several families with children older than ours who were homeschooling and we liked what we saw happening in them. We had waited two years to purchase our