Celebrate Constitution Week! Each day do one activity or read one story about our Framers(those who saw the vision for a Constitutional Republic and sacrificed their wealth and life to make if happen.
Thinking of my sister-in-law, Tanya, today. She gave amazing parties in the doll world. This Tanya receiving the doll the Madame Alexander company created in Tanya’s likeness to raise money for breast cancer victims. At one she spot-lighted me and hosted me as a speaker. I sold a lot of books and dolls. Marketing can [read more…]
Family is one of the most important tools God has given us. I am so blessed with talented nephews and nieces.
Award-Winning Constitution Camp 4 Kids Fun, Family and Free June 25-29, 2018 Near downtown Granbury Notice the change of the times: 8:45-noon. Registration www.ConstitutionCamp.org Compared to other nations, the United States is young. But at 230 years, our Constitution is by far the longest lasting constitution in human history. More importantly, [read more…]
Bell County Living article on page 10 Amarillo Living article on Recently, I’ve had the joy of writing about 4-H Clubs, how the new 4-H has embraced the generations, opened up new opportunities and provide leaders for our future. The great new is two new cover stories for me and the hope that more [read more…]
CC4K Fun, Family and Free! Registration limited. June 25-29, 2018. Notice the change of the times:8:45-noon. Registration for Constitution Camp 4 Kids is limited so don’t wait. CC4KCC4K Register your kids just out of 1st through 6th grades for our June 25-29, 2018. Notice the change of the times:8:45-noon. You will meet “interesting” historic characters. [read more…]
Bible study is like the First Day of School. You have to go back again and again. What did you learn at school? Recently in Bible study? Stephanie, my daughter had a great Kindrrgarten teacher. Looking back what did she learn at school? This is a picture of Luke and Violet on their first Day [read more…]
Today, I sat with a Gold Star mom at her son’s gravesite. With wreaths from Wreaths Across America in hand, I followed her down the path she could probably find in the dark. I didn’t want her to go alone and thought I would bless her by sitting at her side and saying a prayer. [read more…]
Do you ever find yourself searching for a word your mama always used and it’s not in any dictionary? I “swannee” it drives me crazy. I get downright “flustrated” and waste hours searching. Take the verb wauller. “Peggy Arlene, don’t wauller around in that mud.” Hours later, when I finally decide “wallow” is as close as [read more…]