The thought of taking a blogging sabbatical was foreign to us until a few weeks ago. A blogger Lisa follows announced her return from a sabbatical after working for four months writing two posts a week. Continue reading
We started looking for houses seriously about a year ago. We were inspired by several families from our church who moved into the surrounding neighborhood to better reach the community. And our particular house just so happens to be a mile from the Kieklaks and two miles from my work. Major bonuses! Continue reading
While Cara has trouble branching out from cookie recipes, I clearly have trouble staying away from the asian food. What can I say, it’s tasty and almost always gluten free!
I can’t believe it’s already June – time for another gluten free review!
I’ve reviewed a lot of snack foods and deserts, so I thought I’d find something a little more substantial. Steve & I eat a lot of asian food because it’s easy to make gluten free, so when I was picking up some soy sauce last week, I noticed this boxed meal with a helpful little gluten free label right on the front of the box.
It’s God’s Word that directs our paths, and acts as a compass for our decisions big and small. In his Word, we discover his character, his nature, and his law. Continue reading
This past weekend my parents, my sister, and her two sons came to visit! They were our first house guests, so it was a pretty exciting occasion. And having company gave me that extra boost I needed to unpack the last few boxes that were cluttering up our spare room (hallelujah!).
Our house is pretty small, but we all managed to fit pretty well. And let me tell you, there’s nothing like having a three-year-old and a one-year-old visit to show you how un-childproof your house is. Thankfully, we made it through the weekend without anything breaking.
Steve & I took them to see the seminary campus and a couple of our favorite places around town, but the highlight (at least for me and my sister, Katie) was going to Churchill Downs. Continue reading