I’m a full-time web and graphic designer working out of my home right now, so I’m privy to a lot more of the daily household goings-on than I used to be. In Rose Creek Village the normal living situation is 2–3 families to a home, and ours is no different. We have 6 adults and 8… Continue reading Groceries are too complicated for men
It was quite the Easter weekend. Although it took me a while to realize the fact, it seemed that the celebration of the death and resurrection of Christ that was being planned for this past Easter Sunday in the village was going to be something really special. Why? Because of the opposition, of course.
I think we get to live one of the best lives I know of. It’s easy to get going through the day-to-day living and begin to take it for granted, but stepping back and looking at how we live always fills me with gratitude. I was just telling John Bob the other day that it… Continue reading Shammah is loving our life
The other night, Ariel and I were watching River sleep. It was pretty entertaining, because he tends to dream often, and his face gets very animated with the emotions of the dreams. This particular dream was having him go from laughing to crying. “Oh, he’s having a nightmare,” Ari said, stroking his head to calm… Continue reading Experience-colored glasses
One of the great things about working at Yachad Distribution is that most every morning we meet together for 15–20 minutes and sing, pray, and encourage each other. This morning, Shammah was telling us about a quote he’d picked up somewhere, but he couldn’t remember where he’d heard it. His son, Noah, piped up and told… Continue reading Are you listening?