First of all, I promise I’m only behind in my book-reviewing and not in my book-reading! Two weeks ago I finished reading Honey for a Child’s Heart by Gladys Hunt. First published in 1969, this book is now in its fourth edition* and has been read by many, many parents as they endeavor to encourage […]
Everyone loves black bean soup, right? Well, if you’re not sure, give this one a try! Creamy, flavorful, and fun! I like to serve a basket of Tortilla Crisps, too. […]
Some final thoughts on Rebekah’s life. These are worth considering so be sure to check this out.
How does trust effect our obedience? Let’s look at Rebekah and learn about trust!
Awhile back, a reader asked if I would write just a bit about how to get started with quilting. Here’s my two cents, along with some favorite links. Happy sewing!
Rebekah was off to a good start. What might have gone wrong?
About a week and a half ago I finished the third book on my my book list. This book– The Creative Family: How to Encourage Imagination and Nurture Family Connections— was, I felt, a great follow-up to reading The Hidden Art of Homemaking a couple weeks ago. It is so much more than just an […]
Picnicking in Ives Park. From left: Louissa, Julia, Camilla, Mom, Danica, Liana, Carina, Brietta and baby Aubrey
Camilla leads off as the girls take turns answering this series of questions concerning mother/teenage children relationships. Check out a daughter’s perspective!
In my Valentine’s Day Prep post I promised a couple of recipes. Here they are!