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This Little Light of Mine

Here is a people encounter during our Fort Yargo trip I won’t soon forget.After we put the children to bed in our tent, Ben and I sat up by the fire chatting. A family with a teen arrived and proceeded

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Bringing Something Home

As I explore, close to home or far away, I realize that with each trip I bring home a little something. I’m not talking about souvenir like T-shirts or salt & pepper shakers, or even a rare one-of-a-kind handicraft (although,

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Boring Part 2

Ok, so this weekend we packed up the minivan and drove an hour away to a great Georgia State park – Fort Yargo. This is the first of several attempts at fighting boredom as a family.It worked! It also reminded

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A Travel with Children Tip

I wanted to share some tips. Ben and I have discovered that many museums, science centers, aquariums, etc. catering to children offer a discount or free admission toward the end of the day. For example, when we visited Huntsville, the

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Washed the IPod

Okey, dokey,I washed and dried the IPod! Yep, I apparently left it in my pants pocket and it went through a cycle of laundry. It’s dead. Our trips in the car are void of my daily Godcasts, (Charles Stanley, Andy

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Cups and Saucers

Cups and saucers are our new habit. It began during our travels and took conception here in Atlanta watching one of my favorite movies, “Paris, Je T’Aime. ” We love the movie for several reasons – it reminds us of

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Where to next?

Well, good question. Life has certainly changed since 2005. I now have dread locs. I am slowly becoming more aware of myself as many things. A committed follower of Christ forever seeking God’s voice on what that looks like each

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What a vacation!!!

Ok, we’re back. After a long, long hiatus we are picking up the blogging habit again. A lot has happened since our last post, so in one post I’ll try to catch up. When we last wrote, our little Gypsy

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This is PupPup in bed in a hotel in New Orleans. He has traveled the world with our Sweet Pea. We don’t leave home without him.Posted by Picasa

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Found Tags

Ok. Here is the follow up from Tagging My Children:I found sturdy I.D. bracelets for the kids at http://www.idtags.com/ . They were inexpensive ($12 ea.) and, this company is one of the few that prints your child’s information on the

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