Sleep seems to increase in value as I increase in age. As a child it was required and as a teenager it was tolerated, but as an adult it's longed for. Some days I anticipate it like I do a UPS package; I spend my entire day wondering when it will arrive. When can … Continue reading Falling Asleep
We all talk about babies as if they are a different species; tiny little beings nearly human. While there are a few that seem to speak their language, the rest of us watch from afar, clinging to our ignorance. Any comfortable distance is of course removed when you become a parent. Their fragile heads sit … Continue reading A Spectacular Species
It's official! The books have arrived and add nicely to our dining room décor. One reader expressed her gratitude, "Thank you for helping me fall in love with Jesus all over again." I'm anxious to see how God uses the book in different lives and situations.
This past September, Missy and I were sure to bring our two young girls to the fair in hopes of introducing them to the smell of manure and overpriced caramel apples. It was everything we'd hoped for. One section of the fairground housed a play area for toddlers to stretch their little legs and vocal … Continue reading At Every Turn