April 2011

Roll Away Your Stone { I’ll Roll Away Mine}

by Edie Wadsworth on April 30, 2011

It’s Saturday night and I’ve had a whirlwind of a day/week/month/year/decade. Anyhoo, I’m tired. But it’s a restless flavor of tired that only affects the body. The soul is awake and vigilant and ready to rumble. I’ve made nice with my running shoes and have enjoyed hitting the pavement again. It’s been awhile. Which brings […]


Project Restoration:: Edition 3, the foundation

by Edie Wadsworth on April 28, 2011

The foundation was poured this week.  Such exciting times!  We added our scrawl to the semi-wet stuff, profound things like ‘Emme was here’.   I was trying to think of  the perfect scripture but I guess that’ll have to be written on the wood after the framing is done.     I managed an E.W. […]


Howdy Pardner

by Edie Wadsworth on April 27, 2011

Caiti was pretty sure she didn’t want a graduation party per se. Then she agreed to a pool party at Aunt Gina’s. Then I remembered how fun it was to learn to square dance. So, that’s it. We’re having a square dance for Caiti’s graduation party! Not the kind where you wear puffy dresses and […]


Home for Easter

by Edie Wadsworth on April 26, 2011

I hope you all had a wonderful Easter! My semi-break from blogging has left me with a million posts in my head. Maybe I can transfer them from my head to the keyboard It’s always such a treat for us to have our older kids home—at least some of them. I regret that I didn’t […]


Good Friday

by Edie Wadsworth on April 22, 2011

O Christ, Lamb of God,  slain for the sin of the whole world, with penitent heart I come to Your cross, pleading for mercy and forgiveness. My sins—and they are many–have added to the burden of Your suffering and have nailed You to the accursed tree. For me You have tasted the agony of the […]

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Project Restoration::Edition 2, rebuilding a heart

by Edie Wadsworth on April 13, 2011

There are still days, since the fire, that I feel like an Israelite wandering in the wilderness.   Lonely and unsteady and heartsick. Today is one of those days. Rebuilding a life seems like impossible work.   Some days, I’m not sure I have it in me. This wilderness is nothing like home.   Sure, […]

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12 Days of Christmas Crafts 2010

by Edie Wadsworth on April 10, 2011

how to make a crayon roll

Day 1 Crayon Roll Day 2 Zippered Pouch Day 3::Appliqued Placemats Day 4::Quilted Potholder Day 5::Camera Strap Day 6::Embellished Dishtowel Day 7::Bean Bags Day 8::Alphabet crayons


Project Restoration::Edition 1, the plans

by Edie Wadsworth on April 5, 2011

Post Edit:: Y’all are so bossy!  I love it   Now, let me do some more explaining on the 47 doors in the pantry.   My designer has this computer program that let’s you ‘walk around’ in the house in 3D.  It’s so cool.   I thought I wanted all those doors but because everyone […]



by Edie Wadsworth on April 1, 2011

I’ve  been continually singing  the praises of confessional Lutheranism since the day it discovered me. We must thank brother Jeff and Issues Etc for that. Confessional Lutheranism is intensely Christ-centered, historical, traditional, sacramental—with a rich hymnody and well-educated clergy. It has rescued me from legalism , from fad driven American evangelicalism and from my own […]

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