Sanger’s Many Ironies

I’ve been reading some of Margaret Sanger’s writings lately to catch the many obvious flaws but also the many ironies in her thought processes in order to elucidate the trajectory of ideas that led to Planned Parenthood in its current diabolical iteration. Ironically she nailed some real societal ills. She effectively calls out Christians for […]

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Making the Best of the Distance (AKA Why I love Skype)

My hunkahunkaburninlove comes home from Staff Orientation in Arizona at Food for the Hungry tomorrow. Oh, I’m so happy. I’m so happy he’s coming home but I’m so so happy he loves his job. I’m so excited about this organization. I’m very thankful. But I’m still really happy he’s coming home tomorrow. It’s not quite the […]

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The Hot Pastor: Episode 1,393,211

Okay, so I don’t think I’ve posted quite 1,393,211 times about The Hot Pastor that I am allowed to spend the night with.  Every.  Single.  Night.  But a picture is worth a thousand words, right?   Today, however, couldn’t go by without me mentioning just how hot I find The Pastor to be.  Don’t get you’re […]

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Randomocity

This evening I was repeatedly  told I was the best Mom ever and that I was like Mr. Magorium because I “made” some new bath toys.  All of the kids old bath toys had gotten disgustingly corroded.  I never did find a good bath toy storage solution.  Plus I’m just lazy about bath toys.  So […]

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The Pastor

I like him. He’s my pastor. He’s my friend. He’s my man. He’s a good Dad. Did I mention that he looks incredibly hot when he wears all black. After watching Walk the Line and being on a Johnny Cash kick, I insisted that he buy a nice black shirt. Boy, am I glad I […]

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The way to a man's heart…

I am having problems viewing this post in Firefox. You may want to just click on over to my food blog to read it. I don’t think it’s having the same issues. You all know the rest of the saying. “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” Yeah, my husband thinks I’m […]

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Men in Gowns

There is something terribly and inexplicably cute about a man in a hospital gown. I don’t know what it is but there is just something about it that makes me want to kiss him and touch his cheek and feel his forehead and take his temperature and hold his water cup for him and tenderly […]

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My husband

Not only does he have clean ears, he is an effective communicator of the gospel of grace. We are hoping to have more up soon but I’ve been looking forward to being able to link you to his sermon audio. Currently there is only one up and online but I’ll be the first to tell […]

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Date night

When we were first married we were highly encouraged by many older and wiser folk to have a date night set aside each week or each month where, even after children, we would be able to spend quality time together remembering why we like each other and what we have in common besides an address. […]

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Table for Two

When my husband and I were first dating we would spend hours upon hours sitting and like most lovers, staring (not blankly! How dare you think that the next word I was going to write!) *longingly* into one another’s love struck eyes. We would talk non-stop for up to 8 or 9 hours about everything […]

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You know that saying?

You know that great saying, “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean there’s no one following you.” I love that line. I think I have a matching one and one that is applicable to our family. It goes like this: “Just because you are not superstitious doesn’t mean that strange things won’t repetatively happen to you.” […]

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