We had an ice storm blow through town this week. Not snow… ice. It looked pretty and I thought that when I stepped on it, I would sink in the slushiness of snow… but no. It was indeed ice. The
Hi, my name is Katie and I hate chore charts. There. I said it. I really don’t like them.. mostly because it’s just one more thing that I have to keep up with. I have to stay on top of.
Santa was a HUGE part of my childhood and Christmas. I looked forward each year to all the getting that was to be had. I had LARGE lists. I combed the Sears catalog (toy section) and wrote out detailed lists.
There is a quote that I love: The mountains are calling and I must go. John Muir said that. A couple of weeks ago, the mountains were calling and I went. We live in an amazingly beautiful place. I have
I have written before about my struggle with Hashimoto’s Disease. It is an autoimmune disease centered on my thyroid. My body is literally attacking itself. It is on a search and destroy mission and has my thyroid in it’s sights!
I keep hearing the phrase “as long as (s)he is happy” or some variation of it. It almost always hits a nerve. I’ve been trying to figure out why. Happiness is a good thing, right? I read a blog post
**Post contains Afflilate Links** We are reading through this devotional right now: You can get it for the Kindle (which is what we use): Case for Christ for Kids 90-Day Devotional Or in PaperBack: Case for Christ for Kids 90-Day
We have had a rough winter. That seems to be the case with our family. I don’t know why, but our family really gets hit hard with sickness… often! Most recently, Baby Girl (who is 2) was hospitalized with pneumonia.
Confession time: My quiet times and Bible study with the Lord has taken a severe hit since having children. I’d like to blame the children, but the reality is, I am the one responsible. For a while, I would think
I want to preface this post by saying I’m not here to judge or condemn and I would ask the same from you. I am simply voicing my struggle with this particular subject. I appreciated the sermon that our pastor