Sunday, February 21, 2010

Have you been wondering where I've been?

Have you been wondering where I've been and if you would ever hear from me again?

I'm still here. But unlike Baby Lu, whose jammies say she's not sleepy, I have been. That and I've been watching the Olympics with my kids. I was hoping to catch-up yesterday, but we had a swim meet. Don't forget about me. I'll be back. I'm not in hiding, just in hibernation :)

I've been loving Isaiah and hope to have time to write a 90 day Bible challenge update later today. Oh, and I've missed you guys, too.


  1. Yes, I have missed reading your posts. I look forward to seeing you back online.

  2. Hi there! I was referred to your blog by a friend. She's been hooking me up with some adoption stories and other homeschoolers....two subjects near and dear to my heart. I'm a new blogger too! I thought it would be a great time to begin recording all God is doing in and through us in this newest adventure. Thanks for sharing your story. I'm looking forward to getting to know you through your blog!

  3. Wow, you are up to 80 comments on your young earth post. Want me to wade back into the fray? I might be able to bump it up to 90 or even 100 if your big fan Bath Tub sticks around a bit more.

    Seriously though, I think you are very brave for letting your views be known in this day and age where anything to do with the bible in connection with science is always ridiculed.



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