Frieda my mom is sharing another family favorite story today!
We visited Uncle Grady and his family in Long Beach again a few months after the peeping tom incident. We had been traveling across the country speaking in churches and meeting lots of people in preparation for going to Central America as missionaries. We . . . → Read More: Scary Dreams
BlogFrog has been a great place for me to grow my blog, make friends, learn more about blogging and make a little money as well. I have enjoyed getting to know so many people. Along the way I decided to start my own BlogFrog community and have been so excited to see it grow. I . . . → Read More: LaughWithUsBlog Community Leaders for April 2012
Fail! I fail as a mom. I am not crafty. I do not sew. And I cannot even safety pin! My children had their spring program at the one day a week school they attend for homeschoolers. I was supposed to provide them with Biblical costumes. Me? Seriously? There is no where to buy costumes . . . → Read More: Trouble with Biblical Costumes
Our family pastor had just given a really convicting message on parenting. I walked by him afterward and asked, “Have you been spying at our house again?” He looked at me as if I’d lost my mind. I don’t think he said anything. It sounded like a completely normal thing to say BEFORE it came . . . → Read More: I Say Embarrassing Things
I am the youngest of four siblings. They are all two years apart, and I came four years later. We may not be that close in age, but I know what it feels like, at least in some ways, to be a twin.
From the time I became more of a young lady and not . . . → Read More: Like Twins
When my husband graduated from the University he took a job in another state. I was sad to leave our little apartment on the main level of an old house. His new job paid for professional movers. A couple of men came in and packed everything away in just a few hours. Then came the . . . → Read More: Landlord Security Deposit
My daughter brought me the book Family Funstuff Bible Stories Preschool and said she wanted to do one of the activities with the kids and would it be okay if she made the recipe that went with it! Oh yes! I just love it when she takes the initiative to do special things . . . → Read More: Easy Apple Tarts
One morning I was trying to motivate Faith to finish the last few pages of one of her readers. Evidently the stories were nonfiction, and she said they weren’t fun.
“Well everything we have to do in life isn’t fun, but we have to do it anyway, like…” I said as she looked back at . . . → Read More: Poopy Diapers
“I’m linked with Works for Me Wednesday.” Have you noticed those words at the bottom of many of my posts? I have been a faithful follower of and participator in Kristen’s weekly blog link-up. I have found lots of blogs that I love this way! The link-up is a great place to share your tips . . . → Read More: That Works For Me!
I’ve told you before that the crazy or annoying things people say usually don’t bother me. For the most part I think they are funny. It is because too often I find myself saying crazy things. They sound quite normal in my head BEFORE I say them, really they do.
Quite some time and several . . . → Read More: I say annonying things