Month: March 2011

Psalm 40

When almost no one was around, he asked me if he could speak to me. With the way he’d eaten, I thought he was going to ask for some food to take home, and I was already doing a mental inventory of what I could give him.

Instead, he asked me if I could read a passage from the Bible for him. He looked around but saw no Bibles sitting out and said, “That is, if you can find one.”

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Toddlers & Food

After posting the Expectations post a few weeks ago, I got bombarded with questions. Several questions in particular talked about food and toddlers. Many mothers complained that their toddlers would only eat chicken nuggets or peanut butter & jelly sandwiches.

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Monday Morning Survey II

I REALLY appreciate all of the amazing feedback I got from last week’s survey. I knew I had a diverse readership, so I wasn’t surprised so much about the differences of opinion as I was about how well thought out and presented the opinions were. THANK YOU. Please also consider answering this survey. I’m researching public opinion for a post I’m writing for April 1st at Seeds of Faith.

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The Power of a Praying Wife: Chapter 23 – His Walk

There was a time in my life when I would have defined “your walk” specifically in terms of how you walk with God. As in, do you go to church? Do you give a tithe? Do you pray before meals?

I looked up the dictionary definition of “walk” in these terms and this is what I found: 8. to conduct oneself in a particular manner; pursue a particular course of life: to walk humbly with thy god.

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The Ultimate Travel Skirt

I am a Travel Smith catalog junkie. I never purchase anything from there – I just read all about the clothes and the shoes and the leather bags and (jokingly) wish I lived a life of a leisurely traveler – A frequent rider of the Orient Express, a regular shopper in the streets of Bombay, an expert at driving a 4-wheel drive through the Serengeti. Gregg and I often joke about being independently wealthy and traveling the world, homeschooling our children, doing research for our books.

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Just Do It

I saw Cathy of Cathy’s Creations post a link on Facebook a few days ago with a story about the staggering number of orphans post earthquake/tsunami in Japan. She said, “I wish there was something I/we could do for these children.” It got me thinking.

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