The tongue is wet, slithery, smooth. It is a muscle that forms sounds, tastes food, packages food into a blob and then moves it to the throat for swallowing. It communicates. Once there was a word. It was a nasty little word. A word that shouldn't be heard. In the beginning, the word was just... Continue Reading →
Words matter. Meaningful words echoed remain. You want your words to last and to leave an impression. As you engage children, take the time to craft key words you want to remain in their hearts and repeat them.
Today I learned a valuable lesson. It came in the form of a very vivid image. I'll tell you the story behind the image first. Then I'll share the profound lesson. My family woke up today just like normal. One of my first tasks for the day was to change Josiah's diaper. I soon discovered... Continue Reading →