Glossolalia | The Gift of Speaking in Tongues | Part III

Hello, everyone! I’m sure you’ve guessed that I’ve just been too busy to blog lately. In my writing time, I’ve been working on my creative writing 4-H project, which is a 2,000 word short story. I have finished it and submitted it, and it will be judged next week! It’s a relief to be done […]


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A Day in Miss Potter’s Life

Hello! I’m Miss Potter, Shae’s cat. I think it’s high time you guys learned a little more about my fascinating life, so I had Shae take some pictures to show you what a day in my life is like! We begin when Shae’s alarm goes off. I watch her get ready for the day. I […]

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Why Do We Have Free Will?

This is a more serious post than usual for this blog, but it is part of my “days.” 🙂 I wrote this essay for school, and my mom (who is also my teacher) helped me edit it after I turned it in. It’s about the existence of evil and free will. Let me know what […]

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An Interesting Essay

Lately, I’ve been writing scholarship essays. Fun stuff, right? 😉 Well, I though you guys might find this one interesting. The question was, “What is the importance of civic engagement and service learning?” “Civic engagement” and “service learning” are good practices in themselves, but they seem to be associated with progressive education and possibly socialism. […]

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The School Room

School begins on Monday! I’m going into my junior year, the busiest year of school yet. As homeschoolers, we are blessed to have a separate room just for school. I took some pictures on Saturday of some things in the room. 1 2 3 4 I knew this picture is what I wanted as soon […]

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