bible · christianity · Health · Uncategorized

So Old It’s New

You have probably seen this T shirt, or one like it. This particular T is from Ruby's Rubbish.  It occurred to me today as I read Micah 6:8 that what is a popular quote from the movie Cinderella printed on my T shirt above is actually nothing new. It's ancient. The prophet Micah wrote for… Continue reading So Old It’s New

Parenting · Uncategorized · writer, homemaking, homeschooling, farm, ranch, christian, Bible, lifestyle

She Who Is Mother (Reads)

As the mother of sons I have received some heart warming gifts. Clutches of wilted dandelions and gumball machine glittery plastic rings not the least of these. I can't count the number of masterpiece crayola original works I have been given that portray me and a then six year old holding hands, walking in tall… Continue reading She Who Is Mother (Reads)

writer, homemaking, homeschooling, farm, ranch, christian, Bible, lifestyle

Hugging Me Hello or Staying

It's a fact that my husband and sons are often hugging me hello or kissing me goodbye. I'm the center they all come back to and revolve around. Wife or mother. That seems pretty important to me. Why would I give that up for a paycheck or some kind of prestige that fades with the length… Continue reading Hugging Me Hello or Staying

Book Review · christianity · country living · farm and ranch · flocks and herds · Writing

Scouting the Divine

  Scouting the Divine: My Search for God in Wine, Wool, and Wild Honey by Margaret Feinberg was a catalyst to a journey for me. I have always loved animals and I'd even owned a few sheep, but I was't serious about them. I was focused on my dairy goats and horses-both of which have completely… Continue reading Scouting the Divine