The hand of God is always a hand of mercy and grace.
Once upon a time, I broke a longish blog silence with a post about homeschooling, public schooling, and depression. And I sat back and wondered . . . what will people say? Honestly, most of the time people don’t say much about my blog posts. Maybe I’ll get a couple of likes, a couple of […]
1. It is so refreshing to spend time with friends who love the Lord. Today the kids and I went to the zoo with one of the ladies from our church, and it was just such a delightful time. I guess maybe I appreciated the adult company more than I normally would, since I have […]
The other day, I overheard my oldest tell his brother, “You’re my best friend.” And I realized that by homeschooling my boys, by not sending them off to school to mingle with other kids day in and day out, that I have forced them into being best friends. It’s that whole lack of socialization thing, […]
We met on a scrapbooking message board, in a thread I started years ago. It began as a place to share your “true confessions,” but over time it evolved into a haven of friendship. I called them my TC Girls, and we shared our lives– the good and bad and funny and weird and creepy […]
There are several of us any given Sunday. I am the youngest, at thirty, and the oldest is in her seventies. Most of them have grandchildren. I have a five-month-old baby. They have been there; they have experienced the sleepless nights; they know the struggles and sorrows and joys and victories that are new to […]