Tag Archives: Biblical teaching

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep….

“Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep…if I should die before I wake, I pray the Lord my soul to take…”


I recited that prayer every single solitary night when I was a child until I was around 12 years old (if my memory serves me well, which is sometimes up for debate). I truly believed that if I didn’t recite it that the Lord wouldn’t take me to heaven when I died.

Truth be known, I might have recited it a lot longer than that out of fear! As I got older I added things, but….How do we teach our children to pray? Continue reading Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep….

TO Santa or NOT TO Santa?


What About Santa?

Now that is a loaded question. I have had that question posed to me many times over the last few years. And I have always answered the same way. With grown sons all I can say is what we did, and it seemed to work for us.

Everyone is different and has to do what they feel led to do. No one can make that decision for any other family, I just share how we handled Santa. Continue reading TO Santa or NOT TO Santa?

Running on “E”


Running on “E”

I am notorious for waiting until my needle is all the way on “E” before stopping and getting gas. I don’t know why, there is not reason that I can think of…..but I have done it for years. My husband is always asking me if I “got gas before I came home?”


Have you ever felt like you were running on empty? Continue reading Running on “E”