God’s masterpiece

A few months ago, our church did a series on identity in Ephesians. I had been looking forward to the messages all summer, and each of the messages certainly delivered as God spoke to me in different ways. (You can check out the message, too, if you like.) In Ephesians 2:10, Paul writes, “For we … Continue reading

boys

Can I just say that I love being a mom to a boy? From trucks, tractors, and trains to the constant obsession with anything he sees that has wheels on it while we are out driving around, I love watching the wonder that a boy has unfolding everyday. Being a mom to a boy (and … Continue reading

we went on an ‘airpwane’ to KS

Living out toward the west coast, there are just some things I miss about the midwest. Big tall trees, lots of green grass everywhere, summer thunderstorms, and cooler weather. But most of all, I miss my family that lives there the most. We just returned from Kansas to visit them and had such a great … Continue reading

nana’s play dough

Since we don’t get to see them often, we have such a special time whenever family comes to visit. This summer my mom flew out to see us. She is a preschool teacher and was so excited to bring some fun preschool ideas to share with us. {playing animals with nana at our local library} … Continue reading

freedom and the fourth, 2013

The fourth of July is a holiday I so enjoy. Getting together with friends and family, watching fireworks, patriotic music. Let’s not forget about tasty barbecues where it is totally appropriate to bring foods with that festive flare. The fourth of July marks the day we celebrate freedom in our country. People come clad in … Continue reading