Monthly Archives: June 2016

Finding Our Way Home (part 1)

They say home is where the heart is…but I have learned that home is where God says it is. And when I get my heart where God wants it to be, then home becomes where my heart is. This is … Continue reading

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Teaching Kindergarten: 6 Ways To Promote Great Writing

It’s summer, and what am I thinking about? Kindergarten…one of my loves! Summer is a great time for teachers to rest, rejuvinate, and reflect on what makes their classrooms the best place for learning and growing. Lately, I’ve been doing … Continue reading

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He’s a Good, Good Father

My husband Chris is a wonderful father to our two little boys. He plays with them, laughs with them, follows through with what he tells them. He listens to them and disciplines them, because he loves those boys. He’s a … Continue reading

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He Uses Broken People

I am forgotten as though I were dead; I have become like broken pottery.           Psalm 31:12 It’s not fun to watch something break. The vessel cracks and splits open, marring it’s once smooth and flawless surface. … Continue reading

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