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I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing

Albert Einstein once said, “There are two means of refuge from the misery of life—music, and cats.” I completely agree! I know everyone will not agree with Dr. Einstein and me about cats, but I think we can agree music provides solace in what at...

From Kindergarten to Graduation Day

I must admit it has been easier to consider what we have lost over the past year rather than remember what we have gained. Without question, many have experienced great loss during this unprecedented time. Some lost loved ones, others lost jobs...

Act, Love, Walk

This time of year often fosters reflection and 2020 has offered a great deal for us to reflect upon. For a year that began with such promise, collective expectation dampened through the emergence of a life-altering global disruption. In spite of...

I Hope I Made a Difference

I am tired.
 
I mean, like tired in my bones tired.
 
I feel like I have been juggling since March and every week another ball is added to my trick. Work, school, homeschool, remote school, in-person school, side jobs, masks,...

Jesus, the Balm of Gilead

As I write this, I don’t know the results of the 2020 election. I probably won't keep tabs on election night. Not because I’m worried, but because the unofficial results won’t be any less real in the bright light of the new morning, the mercies...

Perfect Placement

There is no perfect place, but there is perfect placement.  It says in 1 Corinthians that God places us in the body as He sees fit.

When we ask God where He would place us and then submit to His perfect placement, it releases us from having to...

For Such A Time As This

"For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance will arise for the Jews from another place, and you and your father's family will perish. And who knows but that you have come to your royal position for such a time as this?" Esther...

Why I'm Excited for School This Year

Social Distancing. Quarantine. Zoom. Safer at home. Words and phrases our 2019 selves never heard, never considered and could have never imagined would be woven into our everyday existence. When the world came to a halt in March, I naively felt...

Into the Unknown: Thoughts on Helping your Child Enter this New School Year

As the 2020-2021 school year opens with plenty of uncertainty and anxiety, it's good to be mindful that our children absorb our outlook and emotions. They are listening to us, watching what we do and how we act, and they take their cues from us....

Remote Learning at Caldwell: A Parent Shares her Experience

These are strange times we are living in, with the conflicting paths of isolation from community alongside a greater need than ever for community support. This is where the Caldwell community has stepped up and shown its strengths in some obvious...