I like that my two-year-old son calls the Bible the "Jesus Book".
The nine-year-old is running through the house in sleeper PJs wearing a bandana across her face in classic western bandit style throwing down duplo blocks as caltrops being chased by the seven-year-old who is wearing a tutu and carrying a NERF dart gun.
My four-year-old daughter was freaking out because there was a hair in her bath. She has to be one of the most persnickety kids I've ever met! It's like she belongs to a different social class than we do.
Maggie: I wonder how Rudolph's nose started glowing? Me: I don't know. Maggie: Maybe he got into some magic and snorted it up his nose and it started glowing.
Congressman to TSA: Stop harassing pilot, fix the problem Nico Melendez, a spokesman based in Los Angeles, said "The TSA is confident in the tools the airport has implemented and reminds passengers there are security measures in place that are both seen and unseen." Translation: "We don't have to answer to you. We're the Federal … Continue reading One Congressman Calls TSA on the Carpet
Even if we can pay attention to what the preacher is saying, we won't understand it unless God helps us. And even if we understand it, we won't care unless God makes us to care. And even if we care, we won't do anything about it unless God makes it clear to us that we … Continue reading The Path of Inspiration and Conviction
May you be strengthened with all power, according to his glorious might, for all endurance and patience with joy, giving thanks to the Father, who has qualified you to share in the inheritance of the saints in light. (Colossians 1:11-12 ESV) Yesterday was a bad day. It just seemed like one problem after another. This … Continue reading Reflecting on a Bad Day