Merry Christmas! Although this season is usually busy and a bit stressful, I am awestruck when I think of the miracle we celebrate in December: that God would come to save us, unworthy and sinful people as we are. I hope all of you are having an amazing holiday season and are not forgetting the… Continue reading My Favorite Christmas Playlist
Hey there! I'm trying something a bit more casual today. Let me know what you think about this post in the comments below! Yes, I do dance. I usually dance in my room with my headphones on when nobody is around. At least, I do something that could be called "dancing". 😉 There's a reason… Continue reading 5 Songs to Dance to 🎧
Hello, everybody! I am trying to post more from now on, and I need some help from you all. If you want to be reading about certain subjects in my posts, this is your chance to let me know! I've made a survey for you all to complete! You can find it here. I hope you'll do… Continue reading Will You Take a Survey?
It's that time again! It is when we say goodbye to summer and welcome a new school year. Our days become scheduled and we buckle down for two semesters of learning! Say hello to new pencils, new notebooks, and a new grade. For the past three years, I have been a part of… Continue reading School: Here We Come!!
Recently, we celebrated my mom's birthday and made tissue paper flowers as part of the decorations. Mine turned out to look more like bows but I think you could fix that problem by cutting the tissue paper in half and stacking more layers of it before folding. Let's get started! First, the supplies: - Tissue… Continue reading How To Make A Basic Tissue Paper Flower
I will be taking a sign language class at a local co-op soon and I am really excited about it. I already know the sign language alphabet and I really like it. Maybe you will too! Here it is from A to Z! Do you know sign language? I would love to hear from you!
Last year, I got my family involved in my spinning and they are still very involved. This year for Spinzilla I worked on getting my friends involved. Because I am a team leader with my aunt, I had to find kids for my team. I recruited some of my friends, met some new friends with… Continue reading Getting Your Friends Involved and A Surprise Gift
Spinzilla is just around the corner! I am so excited I can hardly wait. I had so much fun last year learning about spinning and this year I have a team of kids! We are being sponsored by a generous fiber company, Louet. They are amazing and make many wonderful spinning tools, wheels, spindles, yarn,… Continue reading Workshops, Classes, and Spinning!
I started violin not too long ago with a great violin teacher and would like to share some of what I have learned. 1. The songs. Because I am using Suzuki, these are the songs I have learned so far: "Mississippi Hot Dog", "Mississippi, Mississippi", and other Twinkle Variations "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" "Lightly Row"… Continue reading The Instrument I Play
Too old. A housemaid. Poor. Not smart enough. Unqualified. Gladys Aylward was all of these things in the world's eyes; but not in God's. She failed missionary training school, the place where she was old by their standards. A housemaid who made the journey to China with her own money. Later, she was appointed… Continue reading Gladys Aylward