Gluten Free Crockpot Oatmeal

I sort of feel jipped when it comes to oatmeal.oatmea2 I never really appreciated it until a few weeks before I became allergic to gluten. Since then gluten free oatmeal has come a long way and is pretty delicious. But here in the North we rarely get those yummy gluten free oats that turn soft when you cook them. What we have are the old fashioned oats that can be amazing but take a long time on the stove to get there. That’s pretty much the only reason I don’t eat oats more often…they just take too long to prepare. Continue reading

Fear Not (for God hath heard)

Over the past several months my devotionsfear not have taken many twists and turns. I like to change it up quite often in attempt to keep it exciting. One particular study I especially enjoyed a couple months ago. I studied the phrase “Fear Not.” I looked up all the times that phrase was used and went through and read each time. I am not even half way through the list and have already been so blessed by it. So in the next few weeks you will find a series here called “Fear Not”. Continue reading

Let God

“Plead my cause, O Lord, with them that strive with me: fight against them that fight against me.”  (Psalm 35:1)

Let God handle it. 

“…say unto my soul, I am thy salvation.” (Psalm 35:3b)

Let God comfort you.

“I will give thee thanks in the great congregation: I will praise thee among much people.” (Psalm 35:18)

Let God’s praises be heard.

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5 Ways to Sneak Exercise Into Your Day

I really love exercise. I love the energy it gives exerciseme. It makes me feel more capable and confident. I enjoy it. It’s something I like to do for fun. However, the past few weeks have just been really busy and I have to choose between housework and working out. As much as I love working out I have to choose housework. That is my responsibility and I can’t feel good about working out if it means the home suffers. Continue reading

Notes from My First Year Homeschooling

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Entering into William’s Kindergarten year Iwillhomeschool was terrified. Teaching a child to read seemed so daunting. I spent a lot of time researching which curriculum I would choose. I spoke to every homeschooling momma I knew Continue reading