Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Land down under

These pictures made me smile and laugh.


Friday September 26, 2008
~cornbread muffins

Saturday September 27, 2008
~leftovers from Friday dinner
~baked chicken thighs
~green beans and almonds

Sunday September 28, 2009
~taco salad
~ham and eggs

Monday September 29, 2008
~chicken enchiladas
~raw veggies

Tuesday September 30, 2008
~ham and potato soup
~cornbread muffins

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Thoughts to enjoy

Amy's final line sums it all up.
I really think the best friends are loyal and have the ability to think of someone other than themselves.
Read what I want in a friend

Mary's no concern is too small

And finally, Susan's Reading Domestic Fiction

Monday, September 22, 2008


Yesterday we drove to Montreal to attend our friend's church in order to see them become members and their boys baptized as believers. Their church is like a sister church to ours, both being Reformed Presbyterian. However they are now members whereas we are not even though we have been attending longer at our church than they have at theirs. But at her church only communicant members are allowed to partake of communion and their boys desired to be baptized. Our church welcomes all believers to partake in communion which we gladly do. We were very happy to be able to celebrate this joyous event with their family.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Monday, September 08, 2008

Current reads

Charlotte Mason Companion by Karen Andreola
The Raw Food Detox Diet by Natalia Rose
The Duties of Parents by J.C. Ryle
The Noble Fugitive by T. Davis Bunn


I have signed up to teach Sunday School at our church this year after being a helper last year. Since teaching is my background it seemed the right time to get involved more involved. I also wanted to have a reason to keep my own study time more disciplined. The curriculum is taking us through a study through Luke which is perfect as I just purchased these commentaries by J.C. Ryle after years of wishing for them.
I will be having between four and six students each week with ages ranging from six to eight years old. I also will be taking my turn at leading the large group time. I am excited to get more involved and have more responsibility but I am also taking it seriously and doing the necessary prep work. Failing to plan is planning to fail as the adage goes.