And this long-winded story brings us to today’s recommended picture-book author: Ryan T. Higgins.
I knew from my stalker research on the property appraiser’s website (coupled with Google Maps street view and an old Zillow listing) that it was a nice, well-kept house that ticked a lot of boxes for us.
Being left out hurts, no matter the age.
It was a decision made by committee, but we landed on The Treasure Principle by Randy Alcorn.
And so, since I don’t have a lot on my mind, I thought I’d share what my son has had on his mind over the past few weeks.
I am in the middle of what’s about to be a very fun week, so I thought I’d drop a quick Top Three List before my week’s end really gets cranked up.
In my current stage of life, I need something I can pass along quickly that won’t feel intrusive or stalkerish.
Caroline Ingalls or “Ma” was the living epitome of a supportive wife.
Yesterday was ugly. I warned my son that we were heading to swim lessons. I was hoping we’d move past denial, anger, and bargaining and at least land on depression, if not acceptance, before we got to the pool.
When I was younger, I was terrified of babysitting. Literally.
So, you know when you’re at some event and someone suggests using an “icebreaker” activity to inspire communication and camaraderie?
Ever since I was first pregnant with George, I’ve had this weird connection with prairie life.