Thanks for letting me vent last night (like you had a choice). Today has been a little more productive. I’m currently tackling a chapter on the topic of obedience; and on that subject, the kids and I got to talking and remembered an old hidden camera video I made back when we first studied Eve and her disobedience. The experiment lasted thirty minutes, but I cut the video down to around three. And no, I did not tell them to hang out by the plate of cookies (though it makes this project a lot more fun to watch)! If I’ve ever posted a must-watch video, this would be it. But yeah, I’m a little biased.
I’m lazying on the couch while the dogs sprawl over my feet. The boys are just beginning to stir, and I can hear the girls whinnying and neighing as they prance ponies around their room. These fleeting sunrise moments are enchanting; but sooner or later, I’m going to have to get up and pull the rug out from under them. For now, I have piping hot coffee thanks to my handy thermos, and it’s just [...]
I have written since we last met. It’s just not publishable yet. There are posts piling high in my mind and in my drafts folder. My grandfather is dying, I recently met up with my favorite group of girlfriends, and I have quite a bit to say about single parenting. I still have a lot to say about marriage, too, though I’ve unfairly lost the right to offer those admonitions (or at least it feels that [...]
I’m sitting here with my best friends. This isn’t rare, I sit with them every night. At this moment, though, we are face to face (instead of computer to computer). As Tiff says, “Our profile pictures are moving,” and it’s glorious. Not all of us are here, though. There are holes…empty chairs. One of those chairs should be filled by this incredible, lovely woman who I am so honored, so privileged to know. As a [...]
A few of you have asked for a direct link to my interview with Paul Nison. So, just for you, here it is. Tweet
(You’re almost one in this picture, but Mommy is still frantically searching her drives for your baby pictures.) Tweet
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