By dirty I mean dirt. And mud. And stinky smells. So much of it! Everywhere! In my house. On my floors. All over my children. I have never faced so much dirt on a daily basis or at such an extreme level. RV life had nothing on Honduras. Dirt is everywhere, staring me in the face,… Continue reading The Dirty Truth of Missions
On the one hand, I can't believe we have been here six months and this is my first blog post! On the other hand, it has been the craziest whirlwind of six months I have ever experienced. I have barely had time to breathe, let alone blog. With that said... Hi! From Honduras! It's beautiful… Continue reading First Blog Post from Honduras!
Our Lily was due on Easter Sunday, but she was born a few days early, on 4/5/06. This meant that this year, her birthday landed on Easter! She did not mind sharing her birthday with the holiday, in fact she was pretty thrilled about it. To make the day special for her, we let her… Continue reading Easter and a Birthday in the Little House
Last Spring, I was packing. Throwing stuff away, getting ready for a yard sale, and cleaning like a mad woman. (As much as I could with a toddler and 2 year old). There were no spring projects, crafts or decorations going on and it kind of drove me cuh-razy! This Spring, we're living in our travel… Continue reading Spring is for the Birds
Well, the boys are all over and done with the chicken pox, but Lily and the rest of her ladies are quarantined for one more week. It has been five weeks since chicken pox first struck, and Lily has yet to show any sign of it, but we still have one week left in the… Continue reading Sunday Tea Party in the Little House
Do you hold on to extra clothes that you don't really like because you need them as backup for days when there's no clean laundry? If so, then you may have a laundry problem. Do you have two baskets in your bedroom -- one for dirty clothes and one for clean? If so, then you may… Continue reading Three Cute Little Steps to Conquering the Laundry Problem