Trust meets the Insane

I had to share another favorite song of mine this morning. I have it set to wake me up every morning, it is the first thing I want to focus on when I roll out of bed, Laren Daigle’s, “Trust in You”. The lies often swim in my head, especially …

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Music changes our attitude

Music is important to our family. It can be a game changer in an emotionally hard day. When I am writing it is often what helps me convey the right feel in a article. Similar to writing, music helps me process the world around me. I am going to start …

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Please, adults, don’t let your kids run crazy at the hotel

I started working at a local hotel in Albert Lea folding laundry for six glorious hours. It may not be for everyone, but for me, it’s fantastic. The general manager and assistant manager are both amazing. An accommodating and friendly experience is the goal of whole team. I have watched …

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The Minnesota Children’s Museum is Now Open!

*We were given a membership to the Minnesota Children’s Museum to help us facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are based on our experience. They are honesty and 100% ours. It has been as exciting and suspenseful as the reopening of the Willy Wonka Factory. The Grand Reopening of the …

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Albert Lea is an Artist Friendly Community

Albert Lea is a artist friendly community and has a rich art history. Act on Broadway has had plays, operas, orchestras and other wonderful performances. We have potter’s whose pieces are beautiful, original and unique. While others celebrate through croqueting, knitting, painting or other various ways to create. Not only …

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The Samaritan who took time out of his life to look after another.

The weight of suffering all around me often times consumes me. I can feel the weight of the world on my shoulders and my goodness it is heavy. All around me and in own life cancer, dying, sickness, physical, emotional and mental deaths take their toll. I feel it all …

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When kids need to play

There is a pattern I am noticing in my kids lately. I see it the most in Madeline which makes sense, because she is three years older than the twins. She is between Love of Learning and Scholar, with occasional hours and days practicing scholar phase. I am thankful for Oliver and …

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My kid’s attitudes are making me quit homeschooling.

Our kids have chores they are required to do everyday. It doesn’t change unless they are sick, we have a field trip or circumstances come up we can’t control. Otherwise they have been trained or are in the process of being trained to perform the task. We try to make …

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Get to know Unspoken, performing Saturday at Joyful Noise 2017

*We were given a Follow Through Deluxe CD and limited edition T-Shirt to help facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are ours and completely honest. “I don’t think we ever expected we were going to reach as many people as we’ve been able to reach. The fact we’ve been …

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