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  1. javadawn says:

    Hello Friend ~

    If you need to email me, you are welcome to do so here, but this seems so…public. If you are wanting to reach me in a more private format, please feel free to email me at stromata9 at gmail dot com. I will happily respond. (Please do be patient, though, because we’ve been really busy recently.)

    Blessings,
    Dawn

  2. Melanie says:

    Rest –even while hs-ing.
    Yes, Dawn… this is good. Just call me Martha (no, I do not think you are a LOOP! — or at least not a Loop much different from me 🙂 )

    Schedule vs. Routine.
    I see your point about legalism or the Schedule becoming Master instead of tool. Personally, I think I have to make a schedule just to see if all the pieces of my puzzle will even fit on paper — Follow me? {at my house the proverbial schedule of the month/whatever gets hung on the wall… a child or two might try to follow it until they learn that ‘breakfast at 7:30’ doesn’t happen very often… 😦 } Yes, yes: lack of discipline for Mom too…

    And, okay, you brought up the child discipline by Grace (as opposed to the Rod?) Would you expand on this, please? [what DO you do/say that has increased obedience??]

    thanks!
    ~m

  3. I’m wondering about the grace-based parenting, too.

    Melanie asked about *increased obedience*~but I’m starting to wonder…

    Is that a goal, or is that the fruit of some *other* goal in my Mommying?

  4. whimsy says:

    Can we talk about prayer journals? I’ve never been successful at it. Gak. I want it to be perfect and you know how well that works out.

  5. javadawn says:

    Grace based parenting and obedience….plus prayer journals. (Oh whimsy, dear, if you could see mine!) 😆 Got it!

  6. Tiffany says:

    Yes, yes! More on grace based discipline please. I’d like to skip the hamburger years if at all possible and learning from other’s wisdom seems like a good step in the right direction.

    I’d love as well to hear about what a typical clark day looks like. It is so encouraging/helpful/educational to me to see how other families do the basic day to day stuff.

  7. Margie says:

    Just wanted to let you know that I had copied your posts on “Ten tips for entering and exiting the holidays in one peace” from last year and printed it off for my Bible. I read it over this morning and was encouraged anew by your thoughts. 🙂

  8. javadawn says:

    Hey, Thanks! 🙂

    Maybe I’ll re-link it – any thoughts?

    ~d

  9. Dawn, this is Pam Clark. Is this you?? Met at Rhea’s Days.

  10. javadawn says:

    Pam, yes it is, my dear! How ARE you?!!

  11. My dear sweet friend. Linda Joseph gave me this blog address a while back. I popped over and then the url got lost in the shuffle of my computer’s black hole. I was so excited to come across the email she had sent me (see, never deleting things can be a blessing) so that I could find you again.

    Your writing is wonderful. I was gettting lost in time reading through your posts yesterday. I need to come back and read them all soon.

    I don’t have your email address, so could you pop me a quick note at theclarks7@msn.com so I can get you in my address book. I will then catch you up on our lives since we met. I’d love to hear all that is going on and has transpired since the conference. Give your wonderful husband a hug and a hello from me. Wish we lived closer, I’d love to have you all as my neighbors.

  12. javadawn says:

    You just want me to send you chocolate, don’t you? 😛

    I’ll drop you a note tonight – it will be incoherent and possibly truly pathetic, but I will do it none the less 😀

  13. James says:

    I am James McDermott. My wife Cindy and I have been blessed by God with 13 children. We also homeschool and above all, we are Christians. We recently started a website called Christian family meeting place (www.christianfamilymeetingplace.com). Many who hold our views are isolated and are looking for online fellowship, personal fellowship, churches, and even spouses. I am inviting you to register. It is free. If you’re not interested, that is perfectly fine. May God bless you in all you do for Him. – In the Vine, Jim for Cindy and the rest
    P.S. We also publish SALT Magazine. If you would like to check us out go to http://www.saltmagazine.com

  14. James says:

    Greetings,
    If you’re interested in homeschooling, courtship, quiverfull issues, child-raising, politics, and spiritual inspiration, try a free, no obligation issue of SALT Magazine. If you haven’t tried SALT yet, all we need is a name and mailing address to send you a free issue. Or, you can check out our website (saltmagazine.com) and sign up for a free issue online.
    – In the Vine, Jim & Cindy

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