Hello everyone! I have not blogged in one month! Everything has been really busy and I'm getting more disciplined in my blogging.
Yesterday Jessica and Joanna found a caterpillar and decided to keep him and watch God's little creature turn into a bright-winged butterfly. They researched and researched until they found what type of caterpillar it was and painstakingly built a habitat in a jar for the little thing which was promptly named Lamb-chop.
On this beautiful Sunday in the foothills of Ohio we headed off to church to praise our Heavenly Father. When our service ended we headed to a local park that houses a historic fort and happily ate our lunch which Darling Mother lovingly packed. We were fortunate enough to catch the fort open and were very excited to find that there was a husband and wife dressed in colonial garb ready to show us woodwork, blacksmithing, and other very interesting things. It was a lovely experience! There was re-built historic bunkhouses, a tavern, stocks, a well, a dairy, a sundial, and other equally interesting things. A reenactor showed us how they made nails and let us pump air into the fire, we were very thankful for all the things they took time to show us.
What a blessing it is to home-educate children. My family has been blessed beyond measure to have the freedom to be educated the way we want to and to be able to worship our Lord the way we want to. I cannot imagine being forced to have a public education, (although I don't judge anyone that has there children publicly educated, they are your children and you decide how they are educated) but some families do not have this freedom. Please pray for the Wunderlich family. Their children were taken from them because they violated the home-education laws in Germany.
See ya soon,
~ Brittany G.
“Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.”