I was reminiscing about those early day of home schooling. In hindsight they seemed much easier. I had fewer children in school, and the school requirements were so much more relaxed. This picture is my son, Jonathan's visual of Paddle to the Sea's journey. He built this all on his own in 2003 at age 9. That was when he thought it was a true story.
Here is another picture of our "study" of medieval life. I simply got books from the library and my children took it from there. One little one is still in her jammies.
My little friend, Bella, had to take an unexpected trip to the vet yesterday. I suspected that the poor thing had a UTI. Well, I was right. The vet told me that it is a bit unusual for a gal her age (1.5 years) to get UTI's. She is on antibiotics twice a day for 14 days. Then we go back for a check. My veterinarian did tell me that if she gets more infections that she could possibly have Feline Lower Urinary Track Disease. I hope that this is merely an isolated incident, and that my girl is better soon.
I am excited to be a part of all that God is doing in the lives of women who know and follow Jesus Christ. In searching around this morning I found this trailer video for the conference. Even though the conference is past. The video is a great encapsulation of the purpose and intent of the conference.
For nearly 18 years I have been David's wife. Together with our four children we make our home on a one acre plot of land in Western New York State. I will share with you as often as the Lord allows the fruit of my hands which may be gardening, baking, sewing, cross stitching, knitting, canning or some new endeavor. If you stop by and read, please leave your comments. They are very much appreciated. May you be blessed.