Short and Sweet: Slowly Developing Patience…Very Slowly.

"Fireeeee truck. Fire TRUCK!!! Here comes the firreeee truck." Maybe if I roll over, the song will stop? Grabbing the blankets, I pulled them to the top of my neck and turned onto my side. Silence. A brief lull? Did he actually stop? "FIRE TRUCK! FIRE TRUCKKKK! HERE COMES THE FIRE TRUCK!" It's 6:10 in … Continue reading Short and Sweet: Slowly Developing Patience…Very Slowly.

Days Gone By: Enjoying The Moments Before They Are Gone

I won't keep you long today, but I wanted to share two thoughts with you. Being a parent sometimes isn't easy. It can be stressful; while other days can be down right nuts-o. Even though it is one of the most rewarding things in life - having the responsibility to love, guide, support and parent … Continue reading Days Gone By: Enjoying The Moments Before They Are Gone

Short and Sweet: Eating with Camels, and Losing Our Imaginations

Not exactly your Marvel Avenger's line up, but I've got a feeling The Eason Clan could overwhelm one villain if we worked together - maybe a lame sounding character like Egghead or Asbestos Lady (yes, actual Marvel villains). Shout out to my friend XerxesInEaster, for the awesome image she created for us: Isaac's super speed, … Continue reading Short and Sweet: Eating with Camels, and Losing Our Imaginations

Reading Old Journals And Looking Back

Photo by Caio on Pexels.com Hey folks, welcome back! These past few weeks have been a blur: from the 'Freedom Convoy' in Ottawa - with protests in multiple Canadian cities and at the US/Canada borders - protesting against state forced vaccine mandates, to my house bound mental state being shaken like the Hawaii Chair, arguably … Continue reading Reading Old Journals And Looking Back

Watch Out For The Sirens: How Our Technology Might Not Be Helping Us

Holy moly! Talk about distractions these past few weeks. I’ve been finding myself seeping away into an abyss of ‘things’: TV, Video Games, iPhone, Facebook- you name it! It’s so strange that the timing for these distractions seemed to coincide with my wife and I becoming Youth Leaders at our local church. Go figure. Whenever … Continue reading Watch Out For The Sirens: How Our Technology Might Not Be Helping Us