Monthly Archives: August 2012

You Might Be A Hipster…

Okay so you might have noticed that I take pot-shots at hipster’s every now and then. I don’t do it because I hate hipsters. I love them; really I do. I have friends who are hipster’s (although they would probably never … Continue reading

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Suprising The Deserved…

Over the last month and a half I have been scheming a plan to surprise my husband. He is turning 30. The big 3-0. Every now and then he would look at me and say, “I’m going to be 30”  with … Continue reading

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Joyfully Complicated…

The other night my husband asked me one of my least favorite questions to answer. I don’t blame him for asking it. He takes seriously his role to be spiritual leader of the home. And I don’t know if there … Continue reading

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Camp Fire Cooking And BBQ Chicken…

This is the stifling hot time of year when having an oven on in the house is not an option. So the BBQ gets lots of use. I thought I would share a recipe my girlfriend made over our open fire … Continue reading

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Let Me Direct You Elsewhere…

This post is about 3 weeks in the making, because as you can tell I haven’t been so good at keeping this up. Life is sort of back to normal after some wonderful holiday’s so I should be able to … Continue reading

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What Makes A Woman?…

If you were to consult the culture they would probably tell you that you become a woman when you get your period, or when you have sex for the first time. Womanhood looks like taking to the streets with banners of self-esteem. Burning bra’s. Demanding respect. … Continue reading

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Careless Lives Cost Talk…

“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.” ~ 2 Corinthians 5:17 Something to ponder by the great C.S Lewis: “If conversion to Christianity makes no improvement in … Continue reading

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