Wild Women Wednesday is a monthly interview with amazing military mama bloggers. The goal is to connect more with the blogosphere and get to know more of my ‘coworkers’. Really build *my* community.
Meet Sabrina! She is a homeschooling mom of four beautiful and rambunctious children with another one on the way. The wife of a soldier. A natural living enthusiast and birth doula. And, most importantly, a follower of Jesus. If there is any time left over she loves to read and craft. She blogs about faith, life with kids, and natural living.
Dear Santa, this year for my kids, I want them to have:
something they want, something they need,
something they wear, something they read,
something they make, something they cede,
something they do, and something they feed.
and I wasn’t too bad of a kid, a bit shy until I decided not to be. Never really got into too much trouble, but never did my homework. (passed by the skin of my teeth thanks to amazingly understanding teachers and acing all the tests and quizzes.)
Anyways, here is my letter to my younger self:
“…How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel
of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!” Romans 10:15
This devotion can be used as an object lesson. Place all the items into a basket or on a table. Remove the appropriate item, and give the application.
The Items Needed are the Following:
Butterfly (craft butterfly or picture of one)
Bird (craft bird or picture of one)
Clouds (construction paper cut-outs)
Bug Hut/Butterfly Net (can usually find in dollar stores or toy departments)
“…Be ye holy; for I am holy” 1 Peter 1:16
I think everyone disagrees on what makes a good cup of coffee. With today’s hot coffee trend, we try all kinds of flavorings and different ways of experiencing coffee. It used to be basically served black or with cream and sugar. There wasn’t much variety.
Nowadays, people like coffee served and brewed a lot of different ways. We tend to disagree on what’s good. What we usually agree on is the basics on what makes a bad cup of coffee. It can be weak, bitter, stale, cold, or soured by something we put in it and we’d probably all agree that it tastes bad. Face it. No one likes to drink a bad cup of coffee.
This is one of my favorite children’s songs of all time. The fact that it’s rooted in Scripture just makes it better.
I don’t know about you, but the moon is a reassuring constant for me. It always soothes me. Hopefully this little man will find the same comfort.