Well, we survived our first school project. Joshua was asked to make a Viking ship. Thankfully, he is not a procrastinator. In fact, he is just the opposite. So he was done a week ahead of time. Since we had never seen the ships from past years we really had no idea what to expect. But I think his turned out nicely. There were many that were much, much more extravagant. But he enjoyed making it and his Dad enjoyed giving him advice. And at least he made it himself and learned a lot. The fourth graders had a parade up and down the halls holding their ships. I was so proud of my little guy!
I am a seeker of truth, made alive by Jesus Christ.I am blessed with an amazing husband,two sweet sons, and a side-kick daughter, all whom I adore. I really cherish my time with family and friends. I have moved from Atlanta to rural Alabama about 4 years ago. But currently we are comfortably settled in a suburban area in my hometown. Things that I enjoy are interior decorating, crafting, reading, classical Christian education, baking, journaling, traveling, hosting celebrations, and collecting quotes and verses. I struggle with over commitment, being patient (and seeing beyond the here and now), creating my own little idols, and many, many other things that keep me at the foot of the cross where I belong. Life is never, ever dull with us! Praying that you will find honesty, encouragement, creativity, and a heart that, even amidst constant struggles, always desires for Christ to be glorified!