Happy St. Patrick's Day! Since I'm posting this the day after, yesterday was filled with crafts, stories (including the Trinity), homemade shamrock shakes and key lime pie and other green food! Celebrating the changing of seasons and holidays no matter where we are, with people or in isolation, keeps our spirits lifted high. Even if … Continue reading Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day during the Coronavirus COVID-19 Outbreak
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This is our second year at keeping a seasonal nature table. This is our set up for Fall this year. Every day, this table changes as we add new or replace old nature treasures we find on our daily walks. What is a nature table? It is a special and dedicated place in your home, … Continue reading Our Fall Nature Table
Before I found out that naked tipis were a trend, I built this outdoor tipi with just some junk dowels my father-in-law were about to throw away, some scrap rope, and a power drill. I had never used a power drill before that day, and this was a really easy project to use it on! … Continue reading Our DIY Fall Naked Tipi & Autumn Leaf Garland
Does knowledge, knowing the unknown cast out fear? Scripture says in 1 John 4:18 says that perfect love does. Too many of us quote that without really knowing what perfect love actually means. How could we know it? The closest we can get to it is probably the love of our parents, which is far … Continue reading Knowledge Casts Out Fear
As our world becomes more progressively digital, there's not a better time to reflect on what makes us human. Having opposable thumbs and an instinctive drive for progress inevitably leads man to create. Therefore, technology in itself is not the problem and can be our ally, if used with caution and understanding of our greater … Continue reading The Need for Essential Education