I ran across this story a few weeks ago and once again felt a longing for the “good old’ days”. We can’t go back, but we can enjoy reading about one of many words whose meaning has definitely changed. Enjoy! The Square Square, another of the good old words has gone the way of Love and Modesty and Patriotism. . .something to be snickered at.
I wrote to Nicole Johnson and just received a letter from her representative. They asked that I remove her quote from my site until they see if they can get permission from the publisher. I’ve apologized to her. Please follow this link to read her quote. http://www.parenthood.com/articles.html?article_id=10240 We can still remember that we are building cathedrals. Finding Joy in the Journey, Phyllis Sather Proclaiming God’s
The middle of August, and this homeschool mother’s thoughts are turned toward – vacations? Yes, it’s true. For many years we’ve vacationed the first two weeks of September. Lest you think we’ve completely lost our minds, we usually begin school the middle of August. After two weeks I find that I know what needs to be tweaked in our schedule and curriculum choices. Those two
We have no more than five loaves and two fishes; except we should go and buy food for all this people. Luke 9:13 “When Jesus said, “Give ye them to eat,” it was not because he expected his disciples to have a plan, but because he wanted them to expect a miracle.” Watchman Nee in A Table in the Wilderness [Tweet ““When Jesus said, “Give
“It is of the LORD’S mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.” Lamentations 3:22-23 Great is Thy faithfulness, O God my Father, There is no shadow of turning with Thee; Thou changest not, Thy compassions they fail not; As Thou hast been Thou forever wilt be. Great is Thy Faithfulness! Great is
I haven’t pushed any products before but this program and the fact that it’s FREE is just too good to keep to myself. My husband says, “No one likes a bargain like Phyllis.” He also says, “Sometimes free is too much.” But in this case he would be right with the first line and totally wrong with the second. If your e-book library looks like
Marcia’s article in the latest Homeschool Enrichment magazine caught my eye because I’m always looking for ways to be more effective in the use of my time. She offers some very helpful ways to order our lives. When I asked, she graciously allowed me to post her article here so all of you could gain from her insights too. Let me know what tidbits you