I read a lot of books. To my dear husband’s credit, he puts up with stacks of books sitting around our house that I’m currently reading, have aspirations to read, or have already read and can’t part ways with just yet. But at least I’m not quite to the point where the late fashion photographer,Continue reading “6 books about work and vocation”
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Hi friends! I hope you are enjoyng some spots of goodness and beauty in this weird time we all find ourselves living in. One spot for me has been the face-to-face connection (via technology) that has seen a spike due to everyone being quarantined. For example, I attended a theology class yesterday for my undergradContinue reading “/new”
Three Things: to live that cozy life
So glad you decided to swing by! Here’s a *virtual* cup of something warm and delicious. Most of my current days are spent working on final papers for the semester (reading and writing and editing some more) while also thinking about what dessert I’m going to make for Thanksgiving. Last year I did the classicContinue reading “Three Things: to live that cozy life”
what does your opinion about ketchup mean? (more reflections on human consciousness)
This is a continuation of a series on Christian Apologetics. For more posts like this, click here and here. My main takeaway from this week’s study is this: the very fact that we have an inclination to do apologetics, to know what we believe and want to defend it, is evidence that we are aContinue reading “what does your opinion about ketchup mean? (more reflections on human consciousness)”
does Darwin still hold up? reflections from Strobel’s “The Case for a Creator”
This is a continuation of a series on Christian Apologetics. For more posts like this, click here. The Enlightenment brought many challengers to Christianity, not the least being the ideas of the father of evolution, Charles Darwin.
Three Things I Recommend: for Homeschooling Littles
Hi friends! After some discussion on my favorite social media platform about what was working for our new homeschool journey, I thought I’d share a few things (literally items) that we’ve found useful. We’re still so new to this life that I’ll defer the heavy duty advice to the seasoned mamas out there 😉
What I’m Reading Right Now
My bedside table situation is always two minutes from being a total wreck. I try to maintain some sense of order in the chaos, but it’s like someone comes along while I’m sleeping and adds one or two (or ten) things and then I can’t seem to keep the mess from overflowing on to theContinue reading “What I’m Reading Right Now”
Stuff I Like, vol. II
It’s been a while since we’ve had a “Stuff I Like” chat and I’m always interested in what other people are enjoying, so I thought I’d share a few of my recent favs with you.
Hello, We Are New at Homeschooling!
I wanted to give an update and share about how we are preparing for our first “real” year of homeschooling. If you’re curious about why we decided to try homeschooling our children (Judah, age 6 and Cedar, age 4) then start reading here! I’m saying it that way (“real”) only because we are following aContinue reading “Hello, We Are New at Homeschooling!”