children are open to the Spirit in a simple and natural way “Unless you become like little children, you cannot enter the kingdom of God.” Children are like sponges; they absorb values, attitudes,…… Continue reading Out of The Mouths of Babes
My husband loves these intelligent pigs Living on a hobby farm with a crew of kids provides a wealth of material for a story teller. Our farm animals were so full of character, their antics alone will be the subject of many upcoming stories. Of course, the kids were always entertained by the farm animals…… Continue reading The Goat Shall Weed the Garden, The Horse Shall Dine…..
. Actually I can hardly believe that I feel free enough today to stand up and boldly yell, ” I love writing and I want to help others start writing by encouraging them to blog.” It took me years to finally decide to start writing again. I had taken a 30 year sabbatical since leaving…… Continue reading Blogging Opened The Door To Writing
being the youngest can be a trial What happens when you live with five older sisters? It was a beautiful fall day. The sun was already warm Although the school bus was not scheduled to pull up for another twenty minutes, six-year old Rebecca, my youngest child, already had her lunch packed in her schoolbag,…… Continue reading Quit Trying to Dismember Me!
Hosted by RAnn of This and That and Other Things. My posts for this week are: 1. The Wisdom of Mothers https://melaniejeanjuneau.wordpress.com/2012/10/10/296/ 2. Prayer is Never Having to Say Good-by https://melaniejeanjuneau.wordpress.com/2012/10/07/prayer-is-never-having-to-say-good-bye/
Claire was still three when she started junior kindergarten in the mornings Experience taught me that the easiest and most effective way to influence my children was to ignore negative behaviour and to praise good behaviour. For example, if I didn’t react to swear words, my children soon forgot about them because our family…… Continue reading “My sweet three-year old daughter shouts, “&$#@*&”.”
Teenagers love to drive parents crazy Living through teenage drama without loosing your sanity One of my sons , in his early teens, had just announced that he could not stand living under our roof another minute, “I’m out of here!”, he bellowed, “and don’t expect me to come back!” The door slammed and he…… Continue reading “How Much Longer, Lord, How Much Longer?”