I haven't done a tag in a while now, so when Katja nominated me for this one recently I decided to do it. Plus her questions looked really fun. The Rules1. Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog. (Thank you, Kats!)2. Answer the 11 questions given to you.3. Nominate 11 … Continue reading The Liebster Award
Month: September 2022
Nathan Hale: Heroes of History Spotlight
Drum roll please! If you are anything like me, you crave learning and reading about history's incredible heroes. Some of them are very well known, while others have unfortunately been pushed to the recesses of the history books. Regardless of how well known they are though, I love studying them. Growing up, one of my … Continue reading Nathan Hale: Heroes of History Spotlight
Calvary Covers It All // History of the Hymn
We are back again for another post in our Hymn History series! I love learning the stories of the old gospel hymns. One of my favorites is Calvary Covers It All. It wasn't until just recently however that I learned the beautiful history behind it. The story begins one providential night in 1934 at the … Continue reading Calvary Covers It All // History of the Hymn
Patriot Day: Have We Forgotten?
Throughout the course of our history there stand those reminders of what the American spirit is and means. Americans are forged the strongest when we're in the middle of the fire. That has been proven thousands of times in our history. Our spirit soars in the face of the storm. One thing about eagles that … Continue reading Patriot Day: Have We Forgotten?
5 Things History Buffs Can’t Stand In Movies
It's no secret to any of you that I am a History Buff. I try to hide it, but somehow it just comes out. Kidding of course. I know I do a terrible job at trying to hide that fact. There are some things though that us History Buffs absolutely cannot stand when watching historical … Continue reading 5 Things History Buffs Can’t Stand In Movies
Some Old-Fashioned Things
Summer. It brings so many beautiful things to our lives. The sweet, smell of freshly cut hay. A thousand twinkling stars in the night sky. Breathing in deeply, the cool night air of summer. Listening to the lonely howl of the coyotes, and gazing at the moon like it's the last time you'll see it. … Continue reading Some Old-Fashioned Things