Monthly Archives: October 2008


I just found out about Art*Music*Justice while surfing this Piper Family blog. Now I’m bummed because I found their Facebook entry and it says they were right here in Cornelius 2 weeks ago. I was happier not knowing what I … Continue reading

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What’s on my nightstand this month?

It’s that time again. I went back and looked at last month’s entry and I am happy to report that I actually got some books read. I finished 4 Elizabeth Goudge books, The Grand Weaver, and At Home in Mitford. … Continue reading

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Train a child up…

I’ve done most of this over the weekend while Connor was at home with his dad. But I need to find a way to explain that on the one side, people send cards and flowers to express love and provide … Continue reading

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How Firm a Foundation

How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord, Is laid for your faith in His excellent Word! What more can He say than to you He hath said, You, who unto Jesus for refuge have fled? In every condition, … Continue reading

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Update on Dad – he’s gone

I am really late with this blog entry. I obviously got busy and blogging wasn’t on my list last week. Dad passed away last Tuesday, October 14, 2008. One more picture:

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I found this blog post and found the rules for gaining contentment to be very encouraging. * Allow ourselves to complain of nothing, not even the weather. * Never picture ourselves in any circumstances in which we are not. * … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – condolences flowers

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Reading Elizabeth Goudge

I have a few friends who have recommended books by Elizabeth Goudge for a few years. I finally requested some from the library and decided to dig in. The first two I skimmed more than read. I felt like Gentian … Continue reading

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