June 17, 2019

a sentence a day | 17

As Dad retold the story of his father holding on to his hand when he fell into the water, I asked him what his mother said when they got home.
"I was wet. Dad was wet. I don't remember, but I'm sure she had lots to say. 
She likely squeezed me until all the water came out of me."

June 15, 2019

a sentence a day | 15

Someday I hope my kids,

and their kids,

will enjoy the ordinary,

and sometimes extraordinary,

being collected here.

June 14, 2019

a sentence a day | 14

Oh my goodness! While we were on our walk, Pearl decided to chase the neighbor's ducks!

June 12, 2019

a sentence a day | 12

What Pearl often hears me say when our heads are pressed together -

   "I love you so much my heart sings."

June 11, 2019

June 10, 2019

a sentence a day | 10

Social media is saturated with people, famous and not famous, fighting for the rights of people - no matter who they are, what they they believe and where they come from. I'm glad. I get that.

But the fight seems to come to a screeching halt when it comes to the rights of a baby. I'm sad. I don't get that.

June 4, 2019

a sentence a day | 4

The girls are home for the summer, and I'm thankful.

I know we have three wonderful kids who give us little worry, and I'm thankful.

But I think I am going to lose my mind if they don't start helping with the dishes and laundry.

June 3, 2019

June 2, 2019

a sentence a day | 2

I asked Dad to share about Joshua and the Gibeonites again. I recorded him on my phone.

May 30, 2019