I actually started writing this post last weekend, but between naps and hanging out with the family, I never completed the post. To watch Jadon grow from 1 day, to two weeks, to 6 months, to 18 months, and now 2 years has been amazing. I still remember holding Jadon days after he was born... Continue Reading →
"After my skin is destroyed, this I know, That in my flesh I shall see God" Job 19:26 Since June 27, I have been reading the book of Job, which for many brings thoughts, questions, and struggles as we try and correlate what we read in the book of Job and how we can apply... Continue Reading →
Berrien Springs Trip Since its been three years since I'd seen my dear friend Marcy, Ronald and I decided 6 months in advance that we would visit when she came home this summer from Taiwan. Besides, we said, it would be a good excuse to get out of the house! We were a little hesitant... Continue Reading →
As I continue to read Desire of Ages, I am more deeply moved each time I see the demonstration of Jesus' love for sinful man. In the midst of persecution and betrayal Jesus continued to shed light and opportunity to those around him including Judas, Pilate, and King Herod. Below are a couple paragraphs that shake me... Continue Reading →
It's always nice to have a long weekend and take some time of with the family. Spring break, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc. But Memorial Day or Remembrance Day in Canada it's easy to forget how blessed we are to live in a free country and a free continent with the liberty to practice our religion and... Continue Reading →
Well, it's been a little while since we have updated our blog with a face lift or post for that matter. So, I decided it was time for some changes, and this time round I am hoping I'll do more blogging than I have in the past. Recently, I been doing journalling during my morning devotions so... Continue Reading →
The results are back from my 30 day challenge. I guess I was hoping for a life-transforming difference from my abstinence from eggs and dairy. I didn't really see too much of a difference except I did notice that I had a slight bit more energy. But as I said, it wasn't life transforming. Since we eat... Continue Reading →
And this is what we had on day 2 sans dairy 🙂 Roasted garlic, butternut squash, and black bean quesadillas, topped with homemade salsa and garlic sauce.
Today is the first day of my 30 day eating challenge (See previous post). I'll be getting back with you around October 25.
Don't roll your eyes please. For the past five years....okay I'll just say, since I married Ronald, I've had to learn how to cook/bake mostly using vegan ingredients. I've learned a lot and I'm not bad at it. However when everybody else is looking the other way, I'm making a fried egg for breakfast. I... Continue Reading →