A Pearl in Every Cowslip’s Ear is a blog all about teaching. I post stories about my teaching and resources such as bulletin boards and school devotional notes.
What can you expect here? I blog about life as I see it right now – the challenges, the laughter, the lessons, the adventures, the photos. Join me on the journey, share your experiences with me, and maybe we’ll find in each other a kindred spirit.
I’m Anna Joy Graber, and I write about the things that make life wothwhile: Jesus, mountains, books, my family, and my students.
JennStory – Because we’re all stories, in the end.
I hope at the end of my life I’ll be allowed to read my story, to look back and understand my part in the Author’s storyline. Until then, I do what I can: I watch for little stories in my days; I record; I look for meaning, and I love.
I’m an Anabaptist music teacher from Indiana doing life in Jewish Brooklyn, NYC. Visit my blog to learn and discuss all things Jewish and Mennonite!
Pilgrim Nicci — journeying on
My blog is a testimony of the pilgrim’s journey.
Properties of Light – movement. color. sound. story
Hi! On this blog, I write about my love affair, my sprawling close family, the unusual and intriguing people God brings into my life, and funny stuff. Once in a while I write about being Mennonite. So nice to have you here! Step right on in.
Quiltin Gal – Barbara H. Cline
I am a wife, mother of 5, and a quilter. I blog on highlights of the month in 2 categories: life in general and life as a quilter.
The Arctic Anabaptist Blog contains various teachings and musings of the author regarding the Christian life, as well as, a few photographs and stories of living in the Last Frontier.
I seek to speak words of truth and grace into the lives of my readers, mostly through essays, poetry, and telling the stories of ordinary life.
Ultimate Metaphor – when earth mimics heaven
As a middle school English teacher who often notices metaphors, I love seeing how God uses mundane life to show who He is and who He is not. Richard Foster says “The material world is created, in part, so as to make visible…the realm of the invisible.”
I live in the city, I’m an Anabaptist educator, and I love Jesus. I like to share about the things I observe both about my culture, and my students.