10 posts tagged with "fall"
The month of October is here and the seasons are changing. For most of us there is a chill in the air, possibly snow on the ground, and the beautiful colors of fall are displaying God’s glory in nature. And there are pumpkins and more pumpkins everywhere you look. So in honor of the season, I want to share two easy, delicious, and fun cookie recipes that kids (young and old) will love to make and eat... Read More
The Pumpkin Poem is such a fun gift to share during the month of October. The pumpkin poem itself is unique because it uses such a sweet illustration of how we are before God, and simply shares the gospel... Read More
As we enter the month of August it means several things...Summer is quickly drawing to a close, so becoming more routine oriented is an option and opportunities for schedules to be filled are here. How do we make the most of this time while being careful to be wise with our schedules? Priorities. Knowing them and making decisions based... Read More
For the last five years late summer/early fall means moving one, two or three of my college-age children into a new place. I did that with Brooke (my youngest) a couple of days ago. It is her first time to be in a house with her own room rather than a dorm or something similar. So, a few weeks ago we started hunting--for used furniture. Read More
I know it must seem very un- American, but I didn't grow up liking candy corn. Don't get me wrong, I love sweets, but someone once mentioned that candy corn taste just like corn syrup, and I have to agree. However, I like to think I have an open mind about most things (no comment from those who know me well!). Read More