Category Archives: nourishing the soul

7 of my favorite blogs :: (and why I read them regularly)

The Internet can be a great place to find information AND inspiration! Read about a few of my favorite blogs and why I enjoy them so much.

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A Peek Into Last Week :: my birthday, a cousins retreat, cleaning house and more

Just an update on life happenings this week of November! Birthday celebrations, cousins and more…

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ten things I’m loving right now

This post has been in the works for a little while!  Ten things I’ve enjoyed over the last month; some affiliate links in post. 1.  Sunshine :: we homeschool, read and play outside as much as possible while the days are still warm(er).  Of course, the back porch remains my favorite outdoor spot! 2.  Recently, Kirk […]

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A Peek into Last Week(s) :: family reunion, the Enneagram test, summer camps and a getaway!

I hope you are enjoying these summer days…The last two weeks of our lives have been both full and relaxing! Here’s a peek: I knew that while Mom and Dad were definitely ready for extra rest (especially the first few weeks), our younger children would find this b-o-r-i-n-g.  So, we signed them up to participate in […]

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sabbath rest in the midst of crisis

End of next week, I am speaking on Honoring Rhythms of Rest at the GEMS Leadership Conference. I have cut out many of my notes because I only have ONE hour. 🙂  Right now, my thoughts reflect a weekend retreat’s worth of speaking!  Instead of dismissing everything, I’ll share some ‘outtakes’ here today. Okay?  Thanks for listening. […]

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good reads, good days

June is moving way too fast I think…. My days are full, more than normal; still adjusting to new schedules and routines for our family.  Each week is better and we’re moving into a rhythm that feels right. As much as possible, I’m trying to soak up the beauty and freedom of summer days. Resisting the […]

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