Month: August 2009

September Book Give Away (#1)


Last month, I read Glenn Beck’s, Common Sense. It’s pretty good. The main thing I disliked is that Beck kind of jumps to conclusions without explaining how he gets from point A to point B. His writing in this book reminds me of the… Continue Reading “September Book Give Away (#1)”

Winner of Feminine Appeal


I read the comments again tonight and realized that you are all so deserving of this book.  I want to be able to give one to each of you, but I only have one. I counted each comment and tweet in the order in… Continue Reading “Winner of Feminine Appeal”

Nothing is Lost


by Elisabeth Eliot “Paul was a man who suffered the loss of everything, according to his own claim. Yet any loss he counted pure gain. The key to this transforming of earthly losses into heavenly gains is love. What do we love? If our… Continue Reading “Nothing is Lost”

Splashpads, Funnel Cakes, and Happy Trees (Field Trip Part 6)


(Click here for part 5) We grabbed some lunch and headed over to Guthrie Smith Park. Fayette recently installed a “green” play area they call The Splashpad. This was the kids’ favorite part, I think. Noah, my sweet child, spent most of the time… Continue Reading “Splashpads, Funnel Cakes, and Happy Trees (Field Trip Part 6)”

In which I share a little Fayette history, then go off on a tangent about the differences between boys and girls


(Click here for part 4) We visited the old Fayette train depot, which is now the home of Fayette’s Historical Society. I photographed a few things that caught my attention. Someone donated their collection of campaign pins. Some of these are just cheesy. And… Continue Reading “In which I share a little Fayette history, then go off on a tangent about the differences between boys and girls”

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