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Have you ever had deep-fried pickles? Okay, stop going ‘oooo, yuck’. Don’t knock it till you’ve tried it. They are amazing. So good. I had the pleasure of trying these several years ago at a Cajun style restaurant in Tucson. … Continue reading
Three weeks ago my Oak Tree and all three of our boys went on a retreat. For Three days and two nights. In all honesty, I was looking forward to a nice weekend of quiet. You know read, watch whatever … Continue reading
It’s a broody world here. I think I have “advanced” chickens. LOL My babies (read that as my first two chickens are only 9 months old and already my charming snarky rooster, Atticus, has started molting. It is my understanding … Continue reading
Sometimes I think my son’s dog’s mission is to increase my patience level. Look ~ doesn’t he just look all sweet and cuddly there in my son’s lap? I see the mischievousness in his eyes because I know it’s there, … Continue reading
I should really be working on my Bible study right now, but I feel compelled. Compelled to share some thoughts on Christian friendships. I feel that the Lord is pressing on my heart to share these thoughts, and I pray … Continue reading
I am not the #1 fan of technology, not by any stretch of the imagination. I prefer a paper, bound book over an electronic one any day. Yet, I understand why electronic is becoming a necessary “evil”. In my case, … Continue reading
I was asked to share all 50 of the goals I have for 2012 around our little homestead. Well, how about nearly all of them (trust me, there are some you really don’t want to know 🙂 ). So, here … Continue reading
My goals for this year can truly be summed up in this one paragraph: I want to become a more faithfully obedient daughter of the Reigning King. I want to be a better wife and mother. I want to be … Continue reading
As we say good-bye to 2011, I would like to pray a blessing over my dear family and friends. Dear Lord, I thank You for all of the wonderfulness of You this past year. As myself, and many others, have … Continue reading