Archive for July, 2008

Book Review

“I, well, you know… I kinda like… novels.” I said to a friend the other day. And it’s true. But I don’t just like novels – I like biographies, I like history books, I like historical fiction, I like Christian books, and I’ve read a lot. I like to read. I always have and I […]


Once a month I will be posting reviews on a Movie and CD that I like and think that you might like, and here are this months reviews: Movie review: Emma (Based on the book Emma, which was written by Jane Austen) This movie is a movie that all girls love, and even some men, […]

treat your hair right

In response to the many questions regarding shampoo and conditioners, here is some advice and warnings. #1. Shampoos and Conditioners bought at a local store – drug store, grocery store, etc – are often very harsh on your hair. The first problem is that they don’t rebalance the pH level of your hair leaving the […]

A Time For Refreshing!

Darlene will be sharing at a retreat this fall! Read on for more details.

Teachers of Good Things, Pt. 2

We continue our consideration of what it means to teach good things. Join us!

Aubrey at the beach

Babies and sleep

What about babies sleeping through the night? How? When should they?
What does this issue have to do with breastfeeding? Fertility cycles? God’s plan?
Wow! What a topic!

Swim Suits

It is amazingly hard to find an appropriate and well-fitted swim suit these days. It’s hard to find a one-piece or a tankini let alone one that flatters your body. I find that finding a bathing suit is easier to do online. You can visit many stores quickly, narrow down the search to a certain […]

A backyard bonfire

(Merrick Sinclair and Gabriel Paladin)

small suggestion; big difference.

First of all, let me give you some background on me. I am a hairstylist. Something I figured out right after hairstyling is that I had managed to turn my hobby into my profession. It is a blessing and a curse all at the same time. But, I suppose I can’t complain: I love my […]