Homesteading, Wholeness

The Only Constant is Change

  Boy, has it been a while.  I have to admit that this is a little difficult.  Clearing the cobwebs of writing AND humbling myself.  You see, our family hit a bit of a crisis point this summer. If you’ve been reading this for a while or if you’re incredibly bored and hitting the archives,… Continue reading The Only Constant is Change

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Frivolity, Wholeness

In Which We Discuss All The Books

Well, I didn’t exactly get a book report done for March.  There’s a good reason for that.  I didn’t read anything other than Scripture in March.  One of my Lenten goals was to read through the gospels.  I decided to take that and read nothing but the gospels for most of Lent. So, since I… Continue reading In Which We Discuss All The Books

Frivolity, Wholeness

Quieting the Noise and Listening for Answers

Confession time:  I both love to pray and simultaneously don’t do it nearly often enough.  Don’t get me wrong, I do like to talk to God while driving or when washing dishes, etc.  Talking is easy.  I do it all.  The.  Time.  That’s why I love it.  I can vent to God.  I can tell… Continue reading Quieting the Noise and Listening for Answers

Wholeness

Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner, but Sometimes She’s There Anyway

We’ve all heard that birth order can, and most often does, affect personality, but I hadn’t realized how far reaching this can be.  I’ve always heard friends talk about their kids and how, “she’s definitely a middle child,” or “somehow, I got two first-borns.” I’ve always been the baby of my family.   Youngest of all… Continue reading Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner, but Sometimes She’s There Anyway