Summer at our house means mornings and evenings on the patio, walks around the neighborhood searching for creatures, zoo days, sidewalk chalk, farmer’s markets, swimming, watermelon, and homemade ice cream. Lots of homemade ice cream.
Are you a “summer reading list” kinda gal? If so, I’ve got a couple of recommendations for you, written by the same author, my “friend”, Rosaria Butterfield. (Is it just me, or do you feel like friends after reading a memoir?)
Summer is quickly approaching and many people, including myself, are gearing up for family vacations and weekend escapes. As we “get away,” no matter for how long, there is potential to forget to invite Jesus along with us.
What makes a great Superhero? If you’re a fan of the comic book and movie genre, you probably think of characters like the Avengers in lycra clad costumes with superpowers and sweet gadgets which help them fight for justice and the greater good.
Spring is in full swing in Oklahoma! Grilling season has commenced, daylight has lengthened, the flowers are beginning to bloom, and the unfortunate smell of bradford pear trees fill the air. Aw yes, there’s nothing like it.
Summer is in full swing and for some families that means planning vacations near or far, cookouts, swimming, and more time together simply enjoying the extra hours of daylight. However, for many…
As a school administrator, I am so thankful for the day school is out. The summer break is so vital because I am in need of some relaxation and recharging. From the beginning of August until the day school ends…