Living life offline you enjoy God’s beautiful nature and a few man-made bonus features …
Living life offline you have more time to hug, kiss, and tickle – and make silly faces before church!
Living life offline you can be a bump IN a log and learn about bugs!
Living life offline you get to meet up with local homeschoolers on field trips!
Living life offline you can meet up with gals you’ve met online …
Is social media and always accessible “friends” the cure for low self esteem? Or a selfish distraction?! At what point will I be able to walk away from my computer because it does not fill me full as much as time with my children?
I love what my friend Eryn wrote this week on twitter (and klout is a ridiculous not serious way of ranking popular twitter accounts and is completely random – yet folks are tripping over themselves to get their numbers higher – anything to be mentioned and affirmed):
In other news … I am participating in the 31 Days series starting Oct 1st and I’ve picked 31 Days of Bible Women. I’m very excited looking forward to some great character qualities and some not so great character qualities I feel are put in the bible so we can all learn! Join me at steflayton.com - I’m not going to be online promoting this a ton – I’m praying God brings the women he wants to read it!