Psst! You. Yes, you. Have you heard? Christmas is nearing. See. I know, I know. I hear your collective groans through this digital space. It’s not even Thanksgiving yet. Shoot, it’s not even Halloween yet! What’s the rush, Schmidt? How about you prayerfully enter into Advent before mentioning Christmas! Touché. But may I please have some latitude […]
Archives for October 2014
Note from Lisa: This post is written by my über-talented friend Tom Quiner, a Des Moines musician and composer, who has written a new musical, The Wedding at Cana. This musical is designed for musical dinner theater. What a novel concept, eh? And you could bring this production to your neck of the woods as well. […]
Are you: married, with kids still at home, live near eastern Iowa, AND want to enjoy a date night with your spouse? If so, please consider attending the Couples Night Out event on Saturday, October 18 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Solon, Iowa. More information and registration found here. This was the Couples’ Night Out […]
Anne of Green Gables said, “I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” Me too, Anne! Here are ten things I love about the month of October.
Home ownership the cornerstone of the American Dream. Ownership means self-sufficiency and independence. Ownership means we don’t have to rely on anyone else. Ownership gives us the one thing that prize most: freedom. Or does it?
I stumbled on this painting “To the Unknown Land,” by Edmund Blair Leighton and find it so comforting. A grieving mother weeps on the shore as an angel safely carries away her child. Isn’t it stunning? I found this painting via Restored Traditions, who collects and digitally restores beautiful works of art and makes them available […]