Archives for November 2012

Thanksgiving Stuffing and Godly Motherhood

As a kid, making Thanksgiving stuffing at my house was a major production. The old-fashioned, metal hand grinder was attached to the counter and we all would take turns, through tears and laughter, grinding the onion, celery, dried bread, giblets and more. Each ingredient was dumped into a super-size Tupperware container and reverently stirred together with chicken broth, egg, melted … [Read more...]

Of Bucket Lists, Prayer Needs & Being Blessed

As the sun shone through the frosted windows this morning, I delighted in hearing the laughter and interactions of my kids. Several sat at computers, completing their lessons, some donned winter gear to play in the fresh snow despite single-digit temperatures, and others searched for cities around the world using latitude and longitude coordinates.   “Mom, is this where you're … [Read more...]