When I was a child, my parents took me to the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. I have been wanting to take my husband, an avid birder, there for years. We finally got our chance and my husband’s sister’s family and my brother joined us on the trip too. We had lots of fun and saw […]
I haven’t blogged for awhile. I hope you missed me! Once in awhile, life comes at me a little too fast and I just have to try to survive. I had one of those weeks, and then immediately after that we went on a much anticipated trip, but I’ll post about that later this […]
It’s just that time of year when nature study is a lot more enjoyable around our home. In the winter, we do it, but not as faithfully as we should. That’s why I’ve been posting so much about nature study lately. We’ve just really been having fun with it. (Besides the fact that it’s a […]
Art appreciation has always held the sound of dread to me. You see I had one of the worst experiences anyone could imagine in relation to this subject. When I was a college student, I put off art appreciation until the last, because I just didn’t look forward to it. I was an engineering major […]
We got to stand and watch several hummingbirds this weekend, but they weren’t the kinds listed on the Hummingbird Outdoor Hour Challenge. Nonetheless, we enjoyed them.
Sometimes, I can’t quite figure out why God made certain birds. (I won’t tell you which ones.) I know why God made hummingbirds though. It’s because He […]
Yellow birds. Yellow is JD Boy’s favorite color. It was his favorite even before he could talk. I was so amazed that a little guy would prefer a color so early in life. Anyway, as you might guess, he enjoyed our study about two yellow birds–the American Goldfinch and the Western Meadowlark.
A few of you sent me emails and left comments saying that you were praying for my brother (31 year old) who was hospitalized for internal bleeding a month ago. I just thought I’d say how much I appreciated all those comments. I’d like to also ask that you keep praying. He hasn’t got well. […]