Out in the traditional work force it is a common practice for employers to give out Christmas bonuses for a successful year or appreciation of hard work. During my "professional" years as a teacher, most of the bonuses I received were not of monetary value. I might get a nice thank you card, mug full … Continue reading christmas bonus
It's no secret that I don't always make my kids get dressed and start their school work first thing in the morning. In fact, I prefer to allow them the space and time to sleep in is late as their growing bodies need and then let them ease into their morning by playing something that … Continue reading you never outgrow what you love
I don't know about you, but I love December. There's a host of reasons; Advent, the anticipation of Christmas, spending time with family, using my Christmas dishes and giving gifts top my list. Also. Target has already started putting out their Twenty-Fifteen planners and calendars. It takes every ounce of restraint and self-control I have … Continue reading what’s cooking in 2015?
This fall semester, I have had the privilege of facilitating a Kay Arthur Bible Study at PWOC, the chapel women's auxiliary ministry of which I am a part. It has been an intensive, inductive study of Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi. I agreed to teach the study to fill a need. And initially I reasoned that … Continue reading stone by stone, brick by brick
I am not a fast learner. In fact, I think it takes me about a dozen times hearing something, feeling something and having all manner of confirmations on things before that little light bulb dings above my head. I have written almost 1,100 blog posts for seven straight years on my Blogger domain. For a … Continue reading almost one year later…