Yes, you read that right.
Teaching makes me sad.
Which is the greatest tragedy of my life.
I teach 8th grade. All day I work with a classroom crammed full of fourteen year old entitled little Americans. 1,120 more words
A heartbreak can act as a brake to your sweet fleeting life. And even the inundation of expert advice from your close ones, in such situations, proves ineffective because the one going through hell at that time is you, all alone, right? 1,118 more words
“As for you, the anointing you have received from him remains in you, and you do not need anyone to teach you. But as his anointing teaches you about all things and as that anointing is real, not counterfeit—just as it has taught you, remain in him” (1John 2.27). 237 more words
The Darling family was in a quandary. Their son Jake was a giant of a boy and since he started walking his parents envisioned his future being filled with high school, collegiate, and professional football, signing bonuses, and contracts with at least 7 digits a year. 1,010 more words
This little guy is due in August. This is our story.
When we first found out that our family of two was becoming a family of three, it soon became obvious that with babies come a world of cheaply made, yet overpriced, cartoonish, light-up, talking, highly commercialized junk. 119 more words