I think I posted this a couple of years ago but what it says is timeless. I hope it will help those young mothers I know through difficult times trying to bring their kids to church! Take your kids to church. Make the effort. Wake them up early. Fool with the belts and the buckles… Continue reading 03.27.21 Take your kids to church! by Megan Woodham
I recently put together the post "Name One Thing Kids Nowadays Will Never Experience." Yesterday, a young family member shared with me pictures of a 1950's House they toured last week in Kansas. Lots of things in the pictures brought back wonderful memories from my childhood. I did some research, found more cool pictures of… Continue reading 10.09.19 1950s Home, Oh the Memories!
I've been sharing with ya'll the steps we've taken to create a picnic area in part of our property we haven't used for anything before now. This will be the last in this series about "Creating a Picnic Area" until next year when the grass has covered the ground and all the flowers and plants… Continue reading 10.04.19 Creating a Picnic Area – Part Three, Maybe the Final One – for now!
I've said it before but I must say it again. My hubby is a B E A S T! He's an old frumpy Beast but nevertheless, he is one! We usually talk about what our plans are for the next day before we go to bed. I do best when I have a productive plan,… Continue reading 09.25.19 The tree limbs came down, and the pine needles are coming off!
I have to say how thankful I am that God opened the skies for us and gave us two good rain showers on Saturday. It's been over 20 days with no rain in our area and we really need it. We had to water everything at least 2 hours a day to keep plants, crops,… Continue reading 09.22.19 “Surprise Honey, I did something really bad……”
I didn't say this in part one but this series of blogs is mostly so we can remember what we did while creating the picnic area on our property. If you want to read it we appreciate your interest! Once it's finished and you want to come to visit us there Part of the project… Continue reading 09.18.19 Creating a Picnic Area – Part Two
Bridging the Gap - post three The side of the end of our pond didn't have a lot of improvements until recently. It was on our list but money and other issues kept us from working over there. This photo is from Google satellite. I'm sharing it so you can get a good understanding of… Continue reading 09.13.19 Creating a Picnic Area! – Part One
I will always remember where I was on September 11, 2001, when the world as America knew it changed forever. I was at work in my office in McGehee Hall. My friend Donna called and said we needed to turn on CNN right now. We did and you know the rest. I'm sure each of… Continue reading September 11, 2001 Attacks That Americans WILL NEVER FORGET
Take your kids to church. Make the effort. Wake them up early. Fool with the belts and the buckles and the fancy hair bows. Endure the sleepy, grumpy faces and the misplaced shoes. Run around like a mad woman gathering everybody’s everything and trying to get out the door on time. Hop to the car… Continue reading 09.07.19 Because Jesus is there! by Megan Breeland Woodham
I've seen this a few times on Facebook lately. As I was reading it I could hear their little voices saying it. I loved going back into the Winnie the Pooh world, even for just a few minutes. Hope you enjoy this today! Today was a Difficult Day," said Pooh. There was a pause. "Do… Continue reading 09.05.19 “Today was a Difficult Day,” said Pooh.