Rebekah shares 3 Biblical Topics Young Women Must Study. These would be great for my girls as well as for myself – or as a study for us to do together!
Kristen writes Dear Daughter: God Uses Everything.
Deb has 12 Simple Ways to Worship God Every Day.
Joy lists 32 Simple Summer Activities for Kids.
Stephanie says Don’t “Yuck” on Someone Else’s “Yum.”
Like with a lot of other things, I’d gotten behind on listening to podcasts this summer. However, the Focus on the Family broadcast Words of Kindness, Source of Healing with Florence Littauer really spoke to me about the importance of using encouraging words to uplift others (especially my husband and children).
Our girls have been out of school for five weeks now, but I still feel like we’re just getting into a bit of a summer routine. Every week looks a little different, so I’m trying to just go with the flow – not my strong suit, but I’ll keep working on it! We got their class schedules for the upcoming school year in the mail this week, and now I’m even more determined to enjoy the slower pace before Chemistry and Algebra II make an appearance in our world!
Have a wonderful weekend!!
You’re not the only one who’s struggling to get into a summer routine. It seems like our every week is different, too, and by the time I get things figured out, it will be time for school again!
When we lived in Georgia, we used to spend a week at Fripp Island every summer. While there, we visited Beaufort and really enjoyed it! We would take a carriage ride because we love horses, and we always, always visited the Chocolate Tree. Yum! Even when we lived in Florida, we were willing to make the drive to Fripp, but now it’s just too far. 🙁 But we have lots of fond memories there! Thanks for the reminder!
I loved “Don’t Yuck on Someone’s Else’s Yum!” What great advice, and I’m looking at myself here. 🙂
That’s exactly my thought about the summer routine – once I have it figured out, school will be starting!!
We did a carriage ride in Beaufort,too – and yes, we visited the Chocolate Tree!! It was a very nice town. That was the week our girls were at camp, so my husband took Friday off work, and we decided to drive to Beaufort. The only time we’d ever been there was for an air show at the base, so seeing the historic part of the city was really neat.