Guest blog by Jean Petersen, a Little Lamb Books author
Each time I go my garden, I’m excited to lift the oversized leaves of one of the growing vegetable plants. I feel like a kid in a candy store when I
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. If you’ve been a follower of ours for the last few years, you know from my posts here and here that our family was touched by this horrible disease in a very close and
Guest Blog by Amberly Kristen Clowe, a Little Lamb Books author
I love fall.
I love that first snap of crisp air. I love the rich, warm browns and reds. I love the upcoming holiday excitement.
But, for me, fall is more than
On any given day, but especially on Mondays, we may feel overwhelmed by our battles, too little to accomplish great things, and beyond powerless to change our course, BUT our GOD is Bigger, Braver, and more Powerful than our outlook,
Have you ever taken one of those personality tests, like Myers-Briggs (hello INFJs), or one you find on social media, like What is your True Personality Color? (blue-every time)? Every single time I've taken one, it confirms two things I've
Hello to you all this last Monday of October!
(Okay, seriously, where did this month go?)
I teased you last week that this Music Monday would be some fun tunes, and I'm so happy to share this Music Monday edition with you.
I've struggled with writing this post for the past few weeks, mostly because it's personal, but also because it's not really my story to tell. However, it's been on my heart so I'm choosing to tell it simply from my
This past Monday, October 12, I was honored to not only attend the 14th Annual Celebration of Reading hosted by the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, but to also have Little Lamb Books sponsor eight (8) teachers for the
Good October Morning to you! Whenever we reach October on the calendar, I start to feel a shift in my attitude, there's a soft fall smell in the air, and the late evening and early morning start to have a
We are not promised tomorrow. We only have today.
Our hearts go out to those affected in the Oregon shooting, to the families who lost loved ones. We say thank you to the heroes of yesterday. Thank you those who helped