It's not that I didn't know the man that I married; I did. I knew him well. We had dated for almost a year and spent every day together for most of that time. What I didn't know was how much I'd want to change this man I knew in the years ahead. … [Read more...] about For Better or for Better
I heard it again the other day. A Christian gal talking with another about how they would never send their kids to public school. Never. These are educated ladies on the school choice topic and they've thought this through quite thoroughly. They would not under any circumstances … [Read more...] about On School Choices
Photographs are interesting things, aren't they? They tell us stories about who we are and where we have been. Some portray the lives of others, born over a century ago, in a different place, but with our eyes, our smile, our upturned noses. Some portray the faces … [Read more...] about Photographs and Memories
It's common for Christians to have life verses. Or yearly verses to inspire them instead of annual resolutions. Things like "For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord..." (Jeremiah 29:11) or "I can do all things through Him who strengthens me," (Philippians 4:13). … [Read more...] about All Day Long
From the light coming through the wood blinds in our bedroom, I'm guessing it's around 7 am. The fact that we haven't traded the blinds in for something that actually blocks the morning light is indicative of how we're living these days, as witnessed by the other things we really … [Read more...] about You Have to Laugh. Or Cry.