This past weekend while the world was arguing on social media about women’s marches and mean Tweets, I was tucked away with hundreds of women celebrating freedom in Christ.
I heard that the 15th of January is when most people give up on their New Year’s Resolutions. I’m feeling the struggle. …
Well, well, well. I have had one of the most interesting 2 weeks ever. I spent last week in Idaho where fir trees grow and casinos abound.
In fact, this Idaho trip has been hard to plan on many levels. It’s very rustic there so I haven’t been sure what necessities I needed to take with me.
Once I got unpacked and caught up with the home front, it was time to start scrubbing. Nothing says, “Mom’s HOME!” like a day of house cleaning.
A few years ago God started opening up opportunities for me to take small trips here and there. I’d be asked to speak at a conference or have a training meeting to go to.
Rain! We finally got rain after months of dryness. There were cracks in our yard so big I was worried that one of the chickens might fall right in.
Gee, I didn’t realize going out to dinner was such a rare occasion for them. Clearly we have given our children the impression that it only happens when there is a serious reason for it. Like a birthday or giving terrible news.
It’s been a while since I caught you up on what’s been going on around here. I’ve been home for almost a week now from my big trip to Utah for the Young Living International Grand Convention.
It was pretty quiet around here. It was supposed to be busy, but things got cancelled and changed and it turned out to be kinda slow, which was so nice.