Monday, December 6, 2010

Multitude Monday

Shout for joy to the LORD, all the earth. Worship the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful songs. Know that the LORD is God. It is he who made us, and we are his; we are his people, the sheep of his pasture. Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the LORD is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations ~ Psalm 100

forever counting, 638-653

when our young loves spontaneously share details of their latest read
(not realizing that they are, in fact, narrating)

walking this homeschool road with other homeschoolers who also follow The Way

you, who listen and talk with me through the questions
you, who asks so that i too may listen and talk with you

girl love's artwork

Acceptance with Joy

Bearing with Love

and this, making them truly her own

our happy boy love as childhood toys pass from Daddy's hands ((from love in Daddy's heart))

an opportunity for a family day given,
the gifting received with gratitude,
togetherness enjoyed
songs of my Savior sung over and over again
the joining in, singing Christmas carols together
this season when Christ is proclaimed unabashedly (a whisper of Eden)

holy experience


  1. I love the old toys!!! We have lots of matchbox cars and army men from my husband's childhood. :-). Thanks for visiting my blog today.

  2. what lovely artwork! truly. joining in thanks with and for you, dear friend.

  3. How wonderful to praise Him together! Thanks for stopping by my blog today :) Joining with you in gratitude for this time which is "a whisper of Eden"!

  4. I love the artwork! :)

  5. Wonderful list of gratitudes!
    We, too, have been able to pass on some of our childhood toys to our children. What a blessing to see them enjoying what we enjoyed years ago.
    The art work is lovely as well.

  6. So glad you posted your list. It is blessing my Tuesday! :)

    As always, I LOVE LOVE LOVE the pics of boy and girl love and their daddy. I could stand a few more of their mama, even one!, but I'm not complaining!

    I am glad I got to learn of the "whisper of Eden". How beautifully put. :)

    I love you dearly,

  7. Love all the togetherness mentioned in your list! Love the artwork and pride in calling it her own. Love seeing the joy on his face with the treasure from dad saved just for him! Sweetness! Love you!