July 18--Emory turns 1!!!
July 25--Travis' birthday
July 27--Ruth turns 50!
August 29th--Fred's birthday
August 30--Julianna's birthday
September 20--Kalie's birthday
Author Archives: Ruth
In a little over two weeks, I turn 50. Like the card we got for a friend last year says: “Turning 50 used to be something old people did!” Yet, here I am! The first decade of my life was … Continue reading
The last day of January, Nekoda Wald Christianson joined our family! He is such a precious bundle and I love him to the moon and back already! Every time I get new pictures of our grandchildren, it makes my day! … Continue reading
A new year with new opportunities, but what I do, how I react, how much I love, how often I forgive, what I think–all of that will be the formation of 2017. I desire to make wise choices, walk close … Continue reading
Christmas music in the background, a cheesecake finishing up in the oven to take to our Advent’s coffee and cake time at church tomorrow, Christmas decorations all over, and strings of lights making the cold and dark seem a little … Continue reading
Fall school vacation is half over. This is the time of the year where I love the German school system–we had barely gotten going at school and it was already time for a break. Of course, the down side is … Continue reading
Four weeks ago today I was on my way to the Minneapolis Airport as the beginning of my long trip home. The summer trip, so long in the planning, is now just a fading, but wonderful memory. Here are some … Continue reading
This morning when I got up, there were pictures from a photo shoot of Adam and Heidi where Baby Berry is obviously soon to make his/her appearance. I love the suspense of not knowing if it is a girl or … Continue reading
Hubby and I celebrated our 29th anniversary this past week. Although we had a plan for our lives when we got married, there has been so much in our lives that has not been planned. It was impossible to see into … Continue reading
We have been reading the book, “Things Not Seen” by Jon Bloom, as a family. Yesterday the chapter was about Abraham and Sarah. This first paragraph jumped out at me: “God is not content for us just to understand the … Continue reading