Monthly Archives: September 2011

Drinking Fountain Adventures

Isaiah loves water.  A LOT.  I wish he didn’t have such an affinity for it.  He is always turning on the hose in the back yard and watering the sandbox.  I can imagine my next water bill.  It will be super high and my grass will still be dead. At church a couple of Sundays […]
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Character Enhancement

I believe that God gave me my little Christina to build character.  With Elena everything is easy.  I thought I was an expert on dealing with children.  With Christina I always have to find a new angle to parenting. And I feel as if I am building virtues such as patience and humility on a […]
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Oral Culture

Let me preface this post by just saying that I love going to school.  I am studying language–something that I’ve always found fascinating.  I didn’t love school the first time–it was just work.  Now it is much more relaxing and fun.  I want to share an epiphany that I had while reading a chapter for […]
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Certain Death

Christina is going to die. At least, that’s what she’s screaming passionately, uncontrollably at the top of her lungs. You see, her death began with a fun game of tag between her and her sister. That game turned deadly once the fly swatter entered the picture. Apparently, Mark’s cousin Bob told Christina that flies have […]
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