Role Reversal

Photo by Elisabeth Wales on Unsplash At the advice of some readers following a recent post concerning anger, I've been delving into the book "Playful Parenting" by Lawrence J. Cohen this past week. One of the types of play he suggests is a simple role reversal, where the child gets to play at being the … Continue reading Role Reversal

Link: “some comfort and joy”

Dear readers, You may remember last year this blog hosted an Advent series written by myself and several other women. Two of the most popular blog posts (here & here) were written by Sherah-Leigh Gerber and Gwen Lantz, respectively. These two talented women have now teamed up on a new blog called "some comfort and … Continue reading Link: “some comfort and joy”

Mid-Year’s Resolution

Is it ironic that this was the year I chose to use a daily planner as my New Year's self-improvement resolution?! That was useful until about mid-March, when Covid-19 cleared my social calendar completely. Photo by Jazmin Quaynor on Unsplash So I've made a new resolution. Following the death of George Floyd and the ensuing … Continue reading Mid-Year’s Resolution

Lent 4: The Lord is My Shepherd

For most of us these days, the Coronavirus pandemic has touched all parts of our lives, including Sunday morning worship. Thanks to my pastor, Marian Buckwalter, for sharing the following pertinent message with us this week that we can each enjoy from an appropriate distance. May you be blessed! **************************************************************************** Monday, when our son came … Continue reading Lent 4: The Lord is My Shepherd