Part of what The Sparrow’s Home was created for was to share resources, information, and inspiration. I thought it might be beneficial to further that conversation by sharing some things that I’ve been perusing.
I would love to hear what you think, and see what you’ve had open on your desktop this week.
So, thinking on education, you’ll understand why these first two articles caught my eye:
I so appreciated this young lady’s honesty. It was refreshing. It also reinforces all I’ve read and heard about how college campuses are NOT what we remember or would like to believe.
Has Compulsory Education Actually Harmed Us More Than It’s Helped? – at There’s No Place Like Home.
Anytime a subject becomes taboo to challenge … it should be challenged (or at least examined). Our modern education system fits this category.
Celebrating Summer with a Wine Soiree – at Elegance and Enchantment and
Hosting a Wine Tasting Party – at Hey Let’s Make Stuff
I’m thinking of hosting a wine tasting party this fall and have been looking for ideas. I loved the printables and ideas offered in these posts. Any ideas you’ve got, please share! My husband doesn’t drink wine, but he has been comparing the orange Fanta sold in the Hispanic section of the grocery to regular American orange Fanta…so maybe he could host a Fanta tasting party for the non-imbibing spouses of my high falootin’ wine guests.
9 Problems With Dating – at The Character Corner
Practical Preparedness: Simple Steps You Can Take Today to Prepare Your Family for Whatever May Come – by Christy over at Southern Plate
Being that my husband is from Louisiana, we have family and friends in the thick of the flooding. We just had a conversation yesterday about how being prepared could make a real difference in a situation like this. This article offers wisdom, advice, and tangible steps to take before the storm comes.
Why We Need Friends Who Call Us to Greatness – at Covenant Eyes
It starts with , “God made us for companionship and community.” Yes and yes!
Have a great weekend, everyone!
Did any of these strike a chord with you?
What have you been reading?