home improvement

My Front Yard: Before & After

On May 29, my husband and I will have owned a home for four years! What a joy it has been to have our own property! We have enjoyed fixing it up and making it our own, without having to ask a landlord’s permission. A little over a year ago, we fixed up our front… Continue reading My Front Yard: Before & After

books · reviews

My Book Bag: The Residence

When we learned that we would be able to take a trip to D.C. and possibly see the White House, I happened to see a book on Twitter called The Residence by Kate Anderson Brower. I looked it up on our library’s website, and behold! They had a copy! The Residence is a behind-the-scenes look… Continue reading My Book Bag: The Residence

Theology

Theological Term of the Week: Postmillennialism

This week’s term: Postmillennialism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that the return of Christ shall occur after the Millennial Kingdom.  Last week’s term: Premillennialism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that the return of Christ shall occur before the Millennial Kingdom.

history · Vacation 2017

The White House

Sometime in the 60’s, my dad got to tour the White House. He even owned one of the early editions of The White House Guide Book, first written by First Lady Jackie Kennedy. Dad loved history and the Presidents, and he is the one who got me interested in it, too. As I sat snuggled… Continue reading The White House

Theology

Theological Term of the Week: Premillennialism

This week’s term: Premillennialism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that the return of Christ shall occur before the Millennial Kingdom. Last week’s term: Eschatology – The study of last things, that is death, judgment, heaven, hell, the return of Christ, the Millennial Kingdom, and the new heaven and the new earth.

history · Vacation 2017

The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

After our meal at the food truck, we took off for our next destination, which happened to be the reason Lauren wanted to visit D.C.: The Air and Space Museum! We didn’t have very far to walk to get to it from the Holocaust Museum. As we entered, we were nervous about Mitchell’s Swiss Army knife… Continue reading The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum