Category Archives: everyday moments

Come Away With Us to Somewhere, Anywhere






My hubby and I love to watch House Hunters International, especially the episodes with warmer climates. If it’s on the beach, even better. We are definitely warm weather kind of people, which is one of the reasons we live in … Continue reading




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Winter Rain, Soul Rest






The sun is out, and the snow and ice have melted here in Texas, but I won’t soon forget the storm that trapped us in the house for several days last week. It was a first for any of the … Continue reading




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What NOT to do if the Cops Show Up at Your Door…






Just another wonkity slice of life from the Shaw home. The other day, my youngest little darling decided that she would try to unlock her brother’s phone. He was busy feeding his hungry face, which he does a good majority … Continue reading




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Let His Light Shine






I’m reposting this from 2007 (revised some too), because it keeps popping into my head…I’m sure the Lord knows why. I’m amazed at the peace I experience when I obey the small promptings of the Spirit. Does It Truly Make … Continue reading




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Wishy-Washy Worship






Some of my best “worship moments” come in the bathtub.  I would call them “wishy-washy,” except that there’s nothing wishy-washy about them.  Last night I scrubbed and sang. I soaked and sang some more.  There were no kids calling my … Continue reading




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