Christmas

[the.story]

I’ve been scratching out the story again. The most important story of all. Writing to tell a little boy the true tale of Christmas. Learning, again, the beauty of it as I write. A picture of Jesus. From the beginning. It makes me want to somehow pull my Bible into myself. Write these words, God,…

[blog.news]

To make my blog a bit easier to get around, I changed how the Advent stories and activities can be viewed. They won’t be posted on the home page (which means that any of you who get e-mail updates won’t receive them automatically) but you can view each day by going to the top of…

[advent] two.three

[advent] two.three

Day Number Two [Fallen] The man God created, Adam, named all the animals and birds and fish. But he was lonely.  Nothing in all creation seemed to be good for him. So God made one more thing.  Her name was Eve. Adam and Eve lived in the garden of Eden, a beautiful home that God gave them….

[advent]

[advent]

This year I am writing the story of Christmas for the one and five year old boys that I watch. They get so excited to read each day! Here is a little glimpse into how I’m telling the story. Hope you enjoy it. -Natasha [created] In the beginning, I mean, the very, very beginning, there…

[advent]

[advent]

How I love the advent season! I’m terribly nostalgic, which I’m sure plays into it. But I do adore all the pretty things and softness and, well, all the fun. This year, I have been blessed. Oh, so very blessed. I have two little boys who will be at my house three days a week,…

[life.rambles]

Indian summer is upon us. The warm November sun, fresh bales of fourth and fifth cutting hay all giving bursts of energy. Maybe this year, maybe, we can be ready for snow. My red Ford “car-truck” as my husband affectionately calls it, is piled high with firewood. The combine, the hay wagons, the baler… they…

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