Before me sits a collection of knickknacks in a glass jar from my husband's childhood. In this jar I see dice, game pieces, small toys, spools and a pin or two. I stop to wonder of the memories attached to the trinkets we carry through life with us. It reminds me of the story in… Continue reading Lessons from Joshua 4
A few weeks ago here on the blog I wrote about lessons I had learned in the valley. When thinking of what to write for this weeks post, the idea came to me that there are also lessons to be learned on the mountain top and its perhaps just as vital to share those. I… Continue reading Lessons Learned on the Mountain
I remember when I was about seven or eight years old, finding a card that was blue and green and talked about grilling and other such fatherly things. I believe this was a fathers day card chosen for one of my grandfathers, however growing up without much memory of a dad Father's day was a… Continue reading Father’s Day
When I imagine a valley I see lush green meadows, fertile soil, babbling brooks, grass blowing in the breeze and mountain views. I think of the beauty God created and am in awe. Not only did He create majestic mountains but also peaceful valleys and they come together to form this earth we know as… Continue reading Lessons Learned in the Valley
Hello again readers! If you were following my previous blog you know that I finished it out with a series on how to cultivate joy in our homes and lives. A dear friend Rebekah of Hargraves Home and Hearth had guest posted during that series. I wanted to include her post here as well because she really does share… Continue reading Joy in Hospitality
Hello Again! Something I want to be sure to do on this blog is to include Lance and his ideas more. One way of doing so is a monthly post I will write, joining a few blogging friends in what we call Husband of the Blogger Link Up. We started this last month, if you… Continue reading Husband of the Blogger Link Up – May
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