It’s great to have you here. I’m Kindra. I’ll admit I tidied up as I was expecting you. It’s not always this peaceful, but the baby is napping and the teen is at school, and it’s a good time to rejuvenate.
Let me show you around.
Fasten your seatbelts, ladies. You might find enough new information in this one to send you fact-checking. Please do. This is good stuff. And it blows my mind to think I’ve heard Proverbs 31 so many times but never this part.
This changes everything.
From our Play Room: A Teaching Resource on Isaiah
We’re using The Jesus Storybook Bible, which I highly recommend, but the story of Isaiah in any Bible will work.
After you’ve read the story with your little one(s), you’re ready to join the fun below!
As promised, the resources here are teacher-approved and will breathe life into the hearts of both you and your littles. Many are created to fit perfectly into the things you do already: dinner, driving, and bedtime routines. Real relief. So take a breath and use what best fits your family. Because this legacy we’re cultivating requires more than an hour with a Sunday school teacher. You are tailor-made for this, momma.
The forest is still with snow. Rabbit tracks lead between the trees.
There’s a unique smell to fresh cut wood- unique even to each kind of wood. There are marks unique to the cutting tool: axe or saw? Powered or hand?
I run bare fingers over its marrow. Hand saw.
I breathe in. Pine.
With time and sun and rain, the sap no longer seeps, and the splinters no longer pierce. The textures and smells fade.
Add paint, and all is lost. Not that it can’t be decorative or even beautiful. It’s just not the true thing it once was.
This year I’m stripping away the counterfeit.
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Once upon a time, the world, it was mine;
nothing but sunshine and daisies.
Now I am grown, with mistakes that I own;
thank God for the grace that saves me.
2018 Kindra Silk