Friday, November 27, 2009

A New Picture and a Little Update



Well, we are all settled into our house in Atlanta (Powder Spring actually). Life is busy but very fun. Jeremy is getting in a grove and really enjoying pastoring this church. And, I can honestly say that I really enjoy his preaching!

I am still trying to remember where I put everything and enjoying having a bigger kitchen. It is now much easier to let the kids "help" in there.

Aiden is 7, Alex is 5, Riley is 3, Remy is 22 months and I enjoyed taking this week off to just enjoy them. We went for our first walk on the Silver Comet Trail and that was really fun. It is nice to be outside getting fresh air!

I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving yesterday. As you gear up for Advent and Christmas, may the Lord bless all your hands find to do!

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Wow.

I can't quit looking at this. Pioneer Woman received it as gift on her book tour. The lady who gave it to her HAND FELTED it to match a picture of PW's dog. I don't have any idea how to hand felt, but it sure looks amazing.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

On Grace

Here is a neat post about not being so hard on ourselves, and more importantly, not judging everyone around us. This lady talks about homeschooling, but the post really applies to anyone.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Oops!

For those of you that may have wondered what I was posting earlier tonight (now deleted from this blog), here's the explanation:

I accidentally posted all my school records for the last week to this blog. I started another blog simply as a place to keep each day's work recorded. I have liked having it there, in case something happens to my hard copy. But, when I was posting them I realized that I was on the wrong blog. Sorry!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Monday, November 09, 2009

Worship with little ones...are you missing out?

Here is a terrific article about worshiping with little ones in tow. It sometimes seems like we might be missing out on worship to train and help our little ones do it, but Mr. Wilson encourages us with a different view!