• Homemaker
  • Lives in Spring Hill
  • From Cottonwood
  • Studied Business at Waubonsee Community College
  • Female
  • 04/21/1990
  • Followed by 35 people
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  • Inspired Text(s)
    Torah Only!
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  • When you sleep like a log it’s easy to play birthday tricks on you. 😊
    When you sleep like a log it’s easy to play birthday tricks on you. 😊
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  • Yellow Rice Casserole
    This is a recipe my mom made growing up, and took it to many a potluck! However once I got married and started learning about eating more cleanly (chemical wise, not necessarily Biblicly) I stopped making it because of the packaged yellow rice and cream of chicken soup. Over the years I've found some healthier versions of them at the store, and also learned to make them homemade, so it's back...
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  • Making dad food for the dad of the house 😂
    Making dad food for the dad of the house 😂
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  • Just wanted to mention here what we talked about on zoom. We’re planning a get together here in Tennessee between now and sukkot. We are tentatively planning August 6 (you are welcome to come early and stay beyond that date, that’s just the date of the Sabbath we would for sure have a get together). We are flexible on that date so if anyone interested would comment below and let me know whether that date works for them or not we can get something more concretely planned.
    Just wanted to mention here what we talked about on zoom. We’re planning a get together here in Tennessee between now and sukkot. We are tentatively planning August 6 (you are welcome to come early and stay beyond that date, that’s just the date of the Sabbath we would for sure have a get together). We are flexible on that date so if anyone interested would comment below and let me know whether that date works for them or not we can get something more concretely planned.
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  • Something has been on my mind lately and was just reinforced this morning. A couple days ago we went to the library to get new books, and I had two books that were overdue by one day. It was my own fault and negligence on my part in not setting a reminder for myself that they were due. When I went to check out our books I got my wallet out and told the librarian I had a fine I needed to pay. She then told me they no longer charge fines for late books, only if the book is destroyed or lost. I was shocked at that! With no penalty, what is to keep me from just keeping the books other than my own conscience? In fact, we had been looking for months for a particular book my son wanted to read and when I finally asked the librarian if they had a copy she checked the computer and someone had had it checked out for six months !

    Then this morning I got an email from my bank saying that going forward anyone who writes a check that bounces will no longer be charged a fee for insufficient funds. They worded the email to make it sound like they were really trying to help people by not charging them this fee, but is that really helping? What would be my motivation to not write someone a bad check if there is no penalty? Aside from my own conscience. Interestingly enough someone DID write ME A bad check last week and guess who got fined for cashing it- ME!

    I’m noticing more and more society as a whole is not taking responsibility for their actions. and more and more businesses are catering to that mindset it seems. Some might argue that the punishments laid out in the Torah are a little extreme, but look at the opposite end of the spectrum which is what we live in today. 🤔🤔
    Something has been on my mind lately and was just reinforced this morning. A couple days ago we went to the library to get new books, and I had two books that were overdue by one day. It was my own fault and negligence on my part in not setting a reminder for myself that they were due. When I went to check out our books I got my wallet out and told the librarian I had a fine I needed to pay. She then told me they no longer charge fines for late books, only if the book is destroyed or lost. I was shocked at that! With no penalty, what is to keep me from just keeping the books other than my own conscience? In fact, we had been looking for months for a particular book my son wanted to read and when I finally asked the librarian if they had a copy she checked the computer and someone had had it checked out for six months ! Then this morning I got an email from my bank saying that going forward anyone who writes a check that bounces will no longer be charged a fee for insufficient funds. They worded the email to make it sound like they were really trying to help people by not charging them this fee, but is that really helping? What would be my motivation to not write someone a bad check if there is no penalty? Aside from my own conscience. Interestingly enough someone DID write ME A bad check last week and guess who got fined for cashing it- ME! I’m noticing more and more society as a whole is not taking responsibility for their actions. and more and more businesses are catering to that mindset it seems. Some might argue that the punishments laid out in the Torah are a little extreme, but look at the opposite end of the spectrum which is what we live in today. 🤔🤔
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  • Thank you for the game Jacob Eben
    Thank you for the game [torahcentric]
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  • Homeschool Curriculum Review- Robinson Curriculum
    Today I'm going to share a little bit about our homeschool journey and how I came to settle on what I believe to be the very best curriculum. I've been homeschooling for five years and currently have three children under my tutelage. I have a 5th grader, 2nd grader, and a child who isn't quite school age but has shown interest in preschool. When I began homeschooling my oldest, I deciced to go...
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