I am enjoying a much needed Christmas break. My school kids are celebrating with their families, and I am joyously with mine.
Sarah has come to be with us, of course. She flew in from California more than a week ago. Her husband, Brian, was to join us on Christmas Eve. But snow covered the mountain that he must cross to get to the airport. It continued to fall and the wind blew. The road was closed and Brian was turned back, causing him to miss his flight.
Oh no! What we gonna do?
The king likes Daniel
More than me and you!
(~Veggietales) I used to think everyone needed to like me.
I really thought it was a Godly thing. That it was a keeping of my testimony. That a Godly testimony was to be thought of in a positive way by every single person who had ever crossed my path. I was pretty successful at it, too.
I arrived at the mid-point in my life and didn't have an enemy in the world. Oh, there were a few people for w
I am asked the same questions over and over again these days. Private messages through the 'Contacts' page of my website. Or PMs through Facebook.
Where am I? Where did I go? Am I okay? Why am I not blogging?
I don't have time to write. I don't even have time to answer these questions. I teach sixth grade. Nuff said. I began mid-year, adding to my challenges. My days are incredibly full. But I tell my kids the reason why. I tell them that they have disrupted