As the bride of Christ we are called to invite Him into every moment, to welcome heaven here, on earth. Today was a day of unexpected tenderness. I sat down in church today, slightly tired from the morning test of wills. "Yes, we are going to go to the waterpark with a new friend. No, … Continue reading Sunday Heaven
There is no shame in feeling fragile. There is no shame in admitting your mistakes. My kid tends to hide immediately after he does anything wrong, even perceived wrongs. It can be a while before I even realize he's hiding, hiding somewhere dark, out of shame. This kid breaks through to my heart with his … Continue reading What I’m Learning About God While My Son Hides Behind the Couch
In ten pages I've been swept away. The blight in my heart is cut back. I've been lax studying lately. I've been timid and lazy. Hopefully cracking open this book will refresh me. My whole life was changed by Charlotte Mason but who was she really? For some time now (three years maybe) I have … Continue reading Why I’m Reading The Story Of Charlotte Mason By Essex Cholmondley
I have seriously neglected any talent I may have had as a Charlotte Mason blogger. Mostly because I don't believe in myself enough to be a CM blogger. It's easy for me to share my roller-coaster of emotions or my struggles or whatever random thought that goes through my brilliant twink brain. I don't mind … Continue reading Grit.
I just left work in the afternoon. I'm in the car now driving. The radio is on. Low. Let's go faster. Ninety mph on the burning highway, like Nascar's where I practice, weaving with the rhythm as my tires suck down pavement. The windows, open. Outside the temp is ten higher than my speed. I'm … Continue reading Burning Up The Fuel of Anger