Love in 5 Languages, Part 3

I got a little behind this week, so I’m going to catch up from Wednesday.  So now, we move on to the language of words of affirmation.  Oops, better make that quality time, as I got confused on the order! I have a child whose love language is DEFINITELY quality time!   I won’t mention … [Read more…]

Fun with similes!

Ah, similes. No, not those silly little emoticons you put in emails. Those are smileys. I’m talking about similes. Those darned vocabularological comparisons you had to study in high school for no other reason than to pass the SAT, get into a good school, and prepare you for a profession in which the only simile … [Read more…]

Be careful what you pray for

because you just might get it! Last night was Join Scouting Night in McKinney. If you read this blog, then you know the technical difficulties I ran into trying to finalize the details yesterday afternoon. To be honest, that frustration was the LAST thing I needed yesterday. And seeing a sign telling people it would … [Read more…]

Love in 5 Languages, Part 2

This week, we get into the “meat” of the course, the discussion of the actual love languages.  Through my own personal observation, I’m pretty convinced that physical touch is Trey’s primary love language.  Even at age 7, he still loves to snuggle, he holds my hand, and he’s pretty demonstrative in his affection to others. … [Read more…]

A winning weekend…sort of

To quote the wise sage Jay Leno (could he be another version of J-L..o?): “It’s Monday night, time for” a sports update on Debily’s blog!!  Okay, so he doesn’t really say THAT, but it’s kind of close. First, we have our baseball.  The Rangers have done it once again.  You know, made hope rise in … [Read more…]

Eat more chikin!

A news story on Channel 8 last week caught my attention.  We all remember a few years back when “experts” began to claim that “methane emissions from cows” (aka cow farts) were a significant contributor to global warming.  Well, it took a few years, but finally it’s happened…. Now experts are claiming that we should … [Read more…]

Things I wish Jesus hadn’t said

This is an actual class offering at FBC Allen, where Crisana is attending preschool. It sounds like a class I’d love to take – a catchy name with some food for thought to challenge the status quo. But in an effort to get some discussion going among my 4 readers, I pose this question to … [Read more…]