How I Plan Our Dinner Menu.

I have been a stay at home mom for almost six years now and I'm pretty sure it took four or five of those years to figure out a dinner cooking schedule I could live with. I suppose becoming a SAHM was more of an adjustment than I thought it would be. I'd spent the... Continue Reading →

Going About the Father’s Business.

Saul and David are best known as the first Kings of Israel, and for the strife between the two of them. However, before they became "King" they both had something in common: They were going about their fathers' business. One day Kish's donkeys strayed away, and he told Saul, "Take a servant with you, and... Continue Reading →

A Week of Early Winter.

Hello, hello! How is the weather in your area? In a surprise move, the weather here has completely skipped fall and gone straight to winter. Now, normally it wouldn't be a surprise except for how early in the year it is. Honestly it seems like most years we don't get truly winter weather until January.... Continue Reading →

The Holiday Binge Gateway

End of the year holidays always begins talk of weight. Everywhere you turn it seems there's always a joke about eating too much or an admonishment to not eat too much. For some reason, these talks always begin with Thanksgiving, but can we all agree that the real culprit is Halloween? image from Pexels Think... Continue Reading →

The Sacred Place

When I was younger, we lived in a house that had a small pond behind it. It wasn't noticeable at first because there was a hill between our house and that pond, and really I don't remember who discovered it first. What I do remember is putting on my boots, trekking to the pond, and... Continue Reading →

Do You Plan(ner)?

I can be, admittedly, a forgetful person. If I don't write something down, I tend to forget it. This is probably why the Agendas we received in school could be classified as a life saver for me. A few years ago, I began missing those school agendas. At the time, I just happened to be... Continue Reading →

Indian Tacos

In honor of today's holiday, whatever you may call it, I thought it would be fun to talk about the delicious Indian Taco. On a day when the lines of division are in the very holiday name, I wanted to share something that I feel brings all kinds of people closer together. I was even... Continue Reading →

What is Our Grave?

If you left the grave behind You, so will I.So Will I (100 Billion X) The definition of Grave is: A place of burial for a dead body, typically a hole dug in the ground and marked by a stone or a mound; used as an allusive term for death; a place where a broken... Continue Reading →

The Death of the Dream.

This post has been on my mind for awhile now and I finally decided to write it. Growing up in the United States of America, we're taught things like: "America is the greatest nation in the world," and that "Immigrants came to America for a better life." We grow up hearing of the American Dream--a... Continue Reading →

Pots O’ Soup

I love a good soup. Who doesn't? Did you know that soup has supposedly existed since around 20,000 BC? I honestly did not know that until today. Also, the first cookbook in the U.S. included recipes for soups. So yeah, soup has been around for a long time. When the nights get cold, soup is... Continue Reading →

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