Tag Archives: Matthew 11:28-30

Wednesdays with Jillene: homophones, for the times you say one thing when really you should mean the other

Homophones are fun… and obnoxious. Great amusement can result from their intentional use and (often) unintended misuse. When it comes to learning spelling, homophones can be a source of intense frustration. For the purposes of understanding in the flow of conversation, homonyms are even … Continue reading

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Wednesdays with Jillene: raise your white flag

Originally posted on ThinMoments.com:
so… yeah… raising my white flag over here. Hands in the air surrender going on right now. Some days you come face to face with a fight you can’t win, raise your white flag in…

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Wednesdays with Jillene: the weight of “un-forgiveness”

See that orange backpack? Just your common drawstring backpack in so many ways, and yet… not quite. During the day we’ve been filling that  backpack with rocks. Sometimes we add one at a time, others a whole handful. Why? Because, … Continue reading

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