Review of Smallfoot

By leah | Oct 13, 2018

I had seen a trailer a few months back about a yeti discovering that humans were real, and it looked funny, so when I saw that it was in theaters I decided to take the boys to see it yesterday. We settled in with a bucket of stale popcorn, the movie started, and I noticed…

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The Tapestry Called Life

By leah | Jun 7, 2018

This week, I have taught the boys how to weave. The younger two have eaten it up and have been working on projects every day. Our oldest I believe finally got curious enough to try it. As we explored the different looms and combined the rainbow of colorful yarn options into different patterns, I found…

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Quiet

Quiet

By leah | May 29, 2018

I remember years ago when my fiancé (now husband) told me that I was his best friend. To be honest, I was taken a back. We had a short courtship and while I loved him very much, at that point, it had not occurred to me to think of him as my best friend. It…

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35 Reasons I Love You

By leah | May 28, 2018

My husband is on a mission trip to Uganda…and it is his birthday. Today, he turned 35. In the last eleven years, we have spent every birthday together and so being apart has not been easy. I am so excited about the spiritual growth I know that he will experience and proud that he is…

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Busy Busy

By leah | Feb 15, 2018
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Flexibility

By leah | Oct 3, 2017

I wrote recently on the fact that life does not always go as planned, and that can be frustrating if you are a planner like myself. Another week of homeschool has gone by and we are about to make some more changes to the plans that I made for our family. While I believe this…

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Epic Planning

Epic Planning

By leah | Sep 15, 2017

This week was our first week of school.  While I have been homeschooling our eldest for a few years, now we are homeschooling all our boys. I have been excited, hopeful, and a little nervous. I have filled out my planner, and put together daily and weekly schedules, as well as planned field trips. With…

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Flip-Flop

Flip- Flop

By leah | May 24, 2017

Today was the day. The day that has been on my mind for months. One that I have been looking forward to and dreading at the same time. It was the last day of public school for my family. I am hoping to write more about why we made this decision later, but right now,…

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Two Ways God Is Interested in Your Love Life

By leah | Feb 13, 2017

Does God have plans for your love life? Yes! He does! However, you might find that His focus might be a little different than where ours tend to go this time of year. Number One – Love God In Deuteronomy 6:4-9, we read that we are to love the Lord our God with all our…

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The Never Ending To Do List

By leah | Feb 9, 2017

Have you ever had one of those weeks where you start off making this huge “To Do” list and all week long you are tackling those tasks like a boss?  However, as the week progresses, it seems like two or three things replace the one you completed. That has been my week. I must confess,…

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Bad Advice

By leah | Dec 30, 2016

Open Mouth Insert Foot So, this morning I learned a hard lesson.  I say learned…I suppose I am in the middle of learning it.  I realized that a piece of advice that I gave my child (two years ago) was not good.  I shared something that I had been taught, but when I did so…

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Saying No To Self-Doubt

By leah | Dec 20, 2016

There are times when things don’t work out the way you expect them to.  You may have planned and prepared, but for whatever reason, it just didn’t work out.  This happened to me during Bible Class this past Sunday. Sometimes when this happens, there is a voice that creeps into my head and tells me…

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The Equation of Self Image

By leah | Dec 11, 2016

Then He spoke many things to them in parables, saying: “Behold, a sower went out to sow. And as he sowed, some seed fell by the wayside; and the birds came and devoured them. Some fell on stony places, where they did not have much earth; and they immediately sprang up because they had no…

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