Hello folks, it feels like a long time coming since I last wrote a blog post. I am now starting to understand when my fellow teachers say, "There is never enough time to get work done." As a first year teacher, things have been really exciting and like a roller coaster ride - all part … Continue reading “A Teacher’s Log, Marvel Comics and Isaac’s Daily Report”
"Sharing is caring, Isaac." I watched as Isaac processed the words spoken to him by his big sister. She had reminded him of this novel idea, while sitting at the kitchen table; however I missed the first part of the conversation. Isaac responded, " Benaiah share with me, Railene share, and Ava share with me; … Continue reading Sharing is Caring
Well hello there, it's been quite some time since my last blog post. So long in fact, my preoccupations with life and career change made my commitment to my readers slide. For that, I offer a sincere apology. I understand that when life gets hectic, certain things get pushed to the side, and with that … Continue reading A New Chapter: Changing Careers, Checkpoint Children, and understanding Psalm 56.
(www.skipprichard.com Hey folks, hope your week was great. Ours was a bit rocky and unpredictable, but yet through it all, we’ve seen yet again the faithfulness of God during difficult times. This weeks blog is about - courage. How we, as human beings, can rise above chaos and make sacrifices for someone or something. I … Continue reading Stories about Courage: Those That Rise Up – Part 1
What do you do, when your dog eats not one, not two, but ten raw moose sausages? Oh yes, coming in at a whopping nine pounds, plus two pounds of moose meat... meet Asher, my miniature Dachshund. (I love the picture of my wife and Asher, on our wedding day). Sitting in my lap now … Continue reading Wieners and Sausages
Photo by Ritche Perez on Pexels.com What a difference 150 feet can make. Sitting on a bench, overlooking a duck pond across from the Johnson Geo Centre in St. John's, I began to reflect on this fact. About 150 feet to my left, lies another wooden bench that I usually sit on during my lunch … Continue reading The Difference Of 150 Feet
Hey folks and welcome back to another post. I’ve been farming on my days off, and boy! have we had beautiful weather for it. Normally you don’t get sunshine in Newfoundland unless you get wind, and that was the case these past four days. I’m not complaining though, as it kept the flies off of … Continue reading Brutalizing Weeds, Planting Seeds and Farming with my Family
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Hello folks and welcome back to another post from The Eason Clan. So I spent two hours writing yesterday, and my WordPress App glitched out and I lost EVERYTHING I wrote (it was a pretty solid blog post too, if I do say so myself). Yet even after I complained … Continue reading “You Can’t Stop It!”
Walking past the blossoming flowers, the scent of lavender fills my nose. A beautiful aroma, cascading my senses and reminding me of Your Grace. I need this reminder. Why? Because some days are just plain rough. You hear some bad news, and instantly you feel a gut-punch to your stomach - and a hay-maker to … Continue reading Beauty In The Pain
"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.