Category Archives: Reading

Decisions, Decisions

2020 has gotten off to a good start. Jenna and Lauren are back in Nacogdoches and Covenant College. We’ve gotten through four weeks of Classical Conversations. Rebekah and Dana are back tutoring after school at the Pinwheel program. I’ve been … Continue reading

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Eclipse

We thoroughly enjoyed the total solar eclipse from our front yard. Jenna hung up her Eno that she got from the Baileys and we hung out in the shade of the trees in the front yard as it got dimmer … Continue reading

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Kevin Makes a Dozen

The Adams cousins added a 12th member this weekend, and it was the first time all the cousins have been together in several years. Lauren, Rebekah, and I left NC on Thursday, picked Jenna up in Jackson and made it … Continue reading

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Texas Trip

2800 miles later, we’re home from a long trip to Texas. But we had a good time and did some of this stuff: Saw our youngest cousin. 2. Built a large building. 3. Saw the pot that is still sitting … Continue reading

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Another Year

We finished up another year of Classical Conversations today. It has been such a joy to hang out with these kids every Tuesday. One of the things I had them do today was rank the books we read this year … Continue reading

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Cooling, Camp, College

We got a new A/C, Heating Unit today. The old one went out. And it is times like this that I’m glad we are renting. The old unit was part gas, and the new one is all electric. I’m curious … Continue reading

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Camp

Our youth leader and I just got back from taking nine kids to Lake Forest Ranch in Mississippi for their mission camp. The camp buses in 250+ kids from around the county (one of the poorest counties in the state) for … Continue reading

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