HER STORY – PART ONE

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Sep 2 2014

her story

**One of the main things we want to share on this little blog is the story of how God has restored our lives – how He has replaced sadness with joy, emptiness with purpose, scarcity with abundance in all areas of life. To be able to fully appreciate where we are, we must remember where we were. To do this, we are going to have a series of His and Hers stories that give some background on both of us individually. We want to paint a picture of who we are and where we came from. Then we will share Our Story.**

I am the oldest of three girls and spent the first ten years of my life in Texas. Even though I have lived in Oklahoma for more than twice that time, I will always consider myself a Texan, yall. (Did you know that word is supposed to have an apostrophe?!)
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WEEKEND THOUGHTS

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Aug 29 2014

I am so looking forward to this long weekend. It’s been an interesting week. We are ready to relax and allow God to restore and strengthen us for whatever lies ahead.

Enjoy your holiday weekend!

BACK TO SCHOOL WITH K12 AND HOME OFFICE ORGANIZATION

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Aug 27 2014

back to school

School for our oldest son, Conner, has always been a bit of a struggle.  We have tried several different approaches, some very successful, some not so much.  This year we are trying something new: online school through the K12 program.

The main thing that drew us to K12 is the fact that it is not just me teaching him.  Conner is enrolled in an actual public school, the Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy.  There are principals, teachers, and classes.  He has a daily schedule.  The curriculum is already put together.  We don’t have to come up with anything, we just coach him.  Woo Hoo!
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BOOKSHELF RESTORE

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Aug 24 2014

bookshelf makeover

When Brandon first moved into our house, there was a built in bookshelf right inside the front door.  It was pretty intrusive as the first thing you saw when you walked in, so he decided to take it out.  We have looked through all of the original pictures of the house and we can only find one with a partial view of the shelf.

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