Kids are in school, but I'm still running back to the store for one more thing. lol The girls and I decided to make special lunches for the boys--gotta have a special lunch! #WishIHadAWetOnes #AD
Our New Year's Day tradition is to have a fondue party. I tend to go back and forth between a traditional Swiss Fondue and a Cheddar Fondue, but my second daughter Joy had been asking me for a full year if we could have a Pepper Jack Fondue.
"Mom! I had an accident!" how common those words were and not just at bed time. Poor kid! You don't expect your fully potty trained child to have so many accidents though it is more common than you think!
You all have been with me through miscarriage after miscarriage after miscarriage. Sharing my journey has been comforting and healing and above all encouraging in that I've been able to walk the road with those who understand and be of encouragement to others who are struggling.
"Don't judge," is a phrase I hear all the time. I confess. I find it completely irritating. Don't judge? Really? To judge is what's great about being human! We learn and gather information to make wise judgments. We HAVE to judge.
Our fist meal in Israel was at the Kibbutz Haon Dining room where we would be eating breakfast and supper each of the three days we were there. You know how I love food and especially trying different ethnic foods! I could not wait to EAT in Israel!
"What is a kibbutz?" was the main question I had after the first time I read over the itinerary after we purchased the trip. That's right AFTER. I think we glanced at it and bought it. All I knew is that it was a tour of Israel and that was good enough for me! But after the trip was purchased I spent a little more time looking through what we would be doing and where we would be staying.
We are home!! You may have noticed...uh...that we've been gone for a while. Jason and I had the awesome opportunity to take a trip to Israel. I told you about how that came about in this post. We had about 6 weeks from the time we found out and purchased the trip to the day we boarded the plane.
1. He does one thing at a time. He concentrates on one thing at a time and can uncannily tune everything else out. For example, he cannot talk on the phone and watch the children. It is very possible that while he talks on the phone, his children could be