For the first time in my educational career, this year I have been responsible for teaching my students Bible. Unfortunately I don’t have a Bible curriculum, but I do have a bilingual Jesus Storybook Bible and a random Bible activity book that have been doing us just fine. For the most part I have been … Continue reading The Easter Story (as told by a First Grade Teacher)
We're three weeks into a series on Short Term Missions. Let's get practical. I'm a list-lover. I will feel confident doing almost any job as long as I have a check-list to follow. I create lists for myself - to-do lists, to-read lists, to-write lists, to-watch lists. I just love lists! It's genetic. My father … Continue reading Short Term Missions Mondays: Okay, but HOW?!
Ernest Hemingway said, "Write hard and clear about what hurts." Well, this hurts. Hard and clear. Yesterday morning I took Strawberry to the vet to get spayed. I was excited to finally have this procedure done and excited to tell Strawberry that she didn't have to suffer through motherhood ever again! (Although she was really … Continue reading To Straw-B, the best cat this crazy cat lady ever knew