Make Their Day

Last night I did the first Overnight at my job - that's where a group, most often a school or youth group, come to the Museum in the evening and get to watch DVDs, do a scavenger hunt in the dark throughout the exhibits, eat a late night snack, then spend the night. Sounds pretty … Continue reading Make Their Day


Snow has blanketed my little Kentucky home for a week and a half now, which is a long time for the world to stay sparkly white in this part of the world. Each morning I wake up, open the drafts on the wood-burner, stir the almost dying embers, add wood, then sit down with my … Continue reading Brave

Learning to Budget

When it comes to spending money...I'd rather just not.  I'm one of those crazy people who enjoys making money more than spending it, finds tracking money and creating budgets to be one of my favorite hobbies, and would rather imagine owning something than actually getting it. But I'm trying to learn how to have a healthy … Continue reading Learning to Budget

My Burrow

Growing up there were a number of things that I thought made my home delightful - a wood burner for heat, a porch where our family spent a lot of time, a window by the kitchen sink, and beautiful blue walls. There were also those things that I thought would make a house optiomal - … Continue reading My Burrow

To Dwell among Cedars

Find the book on: Amazon and GoodreadsPages: 368Publisher: Bethany House PublishersRelease Date: December 1, 2020Title: To Dwell among CedarsFiction About The Book Eight years ago, when the Philistines stole and then surrendered the ark of the covenant back to the Israelites, Eliora left her Philistine homeland to follow the ark to the community of Kiryat Yearim. There, the family … Continue reading To Dwell among Cedars

i miss my camper

There's a fine balance between being thankful and being truthful. Or at least there is for me. And ever since I bought my house last month I've been playing a juggling game between the two. See, I am beyond thankful. I'm filled with large amounts of gratitude and thank God daily for my little home. … Continue reading i miss my camper