Summer is definitely over and we are well into the fall season. With temperatures at 29 this morning, frost is definitely on the pumpkin! I’m always glad to announce that the canning season is officially over! On Monday, my husband tilled the garden, pulled out the frost-wilted flowers and mowed were it was needed. Now, … More New and Tidy
“A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way for others.” I saw this quote in one classroom and thought it was worth sharing, but couldn’t we broaden the scope a little: “A good pastor is like a candle, who consumes himself to light the way for others.” “A good … More Burning, Burning, Burning
Four beautiful little girls, curly hair bouncing in the sunlight upon the plain: They are the daughters of a wealthy man, a righteous man, a man of high standing, a man who knows God. They are Lot’s daughters, descendants of the chosen and blessed son of Noah: Seth. Born in the tents of Abraham among … More Remember the Children!
WWJD—What would Jesus do? What a wonderful mantra. (By the way, that word ‘mantra’ means: in Hindu and Buddhist religious practice, a sacred word, chant, or sound that is repeated during meditation to facilitate spiritual power and transformation of consciousness. Somehow, it doesn’t seem fitting to use it in reference to Jesus Christ!) HOWEVER, the … More Just a Little Talk About Jesus
Move over Rosie the Riveter!! You may ask, “Wanda, what are you doing?” Well, since I’m a failure at gardening, I thought I’d go into carpentry! Not really. I am placing screws every eight inches, as suggested, into the hardie board that will then be covered with tile. Notice the beautiful sequential pattern! Notice the … More Rosie the Riveter