First Baptist Church of Herndon Blogs
Reluctantly I returned from vacation. Ahead of me was a week packed full of activity. It was almost as if two weeks of my regular life were being crammed into the third week. I needed to find my balance again.
It has been a while since you’ve had an update on Lego land at my house. Lego Lesson 4 dealt with my concerns for the infrastructure supporting the rapid growth. My concerns remain, but it appears the citizens of Lego land have a different concern.
Our area had enjoyed some amazing spring weather for well over a week. I know this because I was sick and stuck inside.
It was my hope that the title of this blog would get your attention. I’m sure you know that “rolling stop” is a misnomer! If you are rolling you can’t be stopped! However, this subtle fact seems to be missed by many.
In the late 1980s and into the 1990s one of our favorite family things to do was visit the bookstore. It was especially exciting if we had dinner out first. We wanted our children to value reading as much as we did.
There is a small, rather soggy field that our neighborhood calls “the common ground.” A group of trees and wet grasses are dead center, the denser woods are on three sides, and the road on the fourth.