Love and Marriage

Adventures of Tent Camping

Camping.  In my book, there is only one way to go and that is with a camper.  Some might call this "glamping" but I like to think of it as maintaining a females healthy, happy and balanced hormotional (hormones + emotions = Hormotional) level while she endures the great outdoors of spiders, snakes, and weird… Continue reading Adventures of Tent Camping

Tales of Fostering

She’s My Little Piece of Jesus

"Anyone who welcomes a little child like this on my behalf welcomes me and anyone who welcomes me, welcomes not only me but also the father who sent me."  ~Mark 9:37 In January after we welcomed Goldilocks into our home, I made a chalkboard sign with Mark 9:37 written on it and proudly displayed it… Continue reading She’s My Little Piece of Jesus

Soul Food

They Call Me Too Radical for Believing in a Miracle

After I posted "Putting the Cart Before the Horse?" last week, I know many people chuckled (might have been you), raised their eyebrows (might have also been you), and even called me crazy (still you?). I also know many believe I am not being logical and living in "la la" land where there are unicorns… Continue reading They Call Me Too Radical for Believing in a Miracle

The Comic Section

25 Signs You Are Trying to Conceive (Part Two)

1.  Everyone in the house knows what the "plastic cup" is for and they dare not touch it. 2.  When your http:// window auto completes fertilityfriend or any other fertility website as soon as you type "www." 3.  When it feels so wrong to pee in the toilet and just pee--it's almost as if you… Continue reading 25 Signs You Are Trying to Conceive (Part Two)

Josiah Day

Putting the Cart Before the Horse?

Sing, O barren woman, you who never bore a child; burst into song, shout for joy, you who were never in labor... Enlarge your place of tent, stretch your tent curtains wide, do not hold back; lengthen your cords, strengthen your stakes.  Do not be afraid; you will not suffer shame.  Do not fear disgrace,… Continue reading Putting the Cart Before the Horse?