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What To Drink In A Drought

Seasons don’t change much here in sunny San Diego. But we love to pretend. So as soon as the weather dips below 70 degrees, we throw on scarves and boots with our tank top and shorts. And if you are feeling really festive, you hop in your car for the scenic drive up into the hills of Julian for apple picking. Of course, you grab a pumpkin spice latte on the way.
 
That’s exactly what our Tribe did recently.

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#momfail

          Some days, I feel like a bad mom. Today, in fact. It’s actually a newer emotion for me. One that I’m learning to navigate. This ugly head has reared as my kids have grown into early elementary. When they were little “littles,” I was a “remarkable” mom. Running up the score of good motherhood in those days was a full diaper bag loaded with wipes. Goldfish and cheerios were always packed in a cool container.

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That’s It–I’m Homeschooling

As most of you know, the Jones Tribe has been on a year-long journey. Our travels have not taken us far as the crow flies. We have only voyaged about thirty minutes up the freeway. But the trek from suburban to urban living has been a hike with many unexpected turns. Since the outset of our expedition, I have sensed an assurance from God that He has crafted this plan for me. And if it’s His plan for me, it’s His plan for my children.

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Good Grief

      My grandpa died this week. In some ways, I was prepared for his passing, if one can actually prepare for such a thing. His Dementia had grown increasingly worse. I visited him a few weeks ago for the last time. I said good-bye to him that day. It was impossible for me to hold back my tears. Conversation was difficult–for both of us. His memory and physical strength had grown so weak. I drove away that day praying God would take him home.

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My Bad

This week I made a big mistake. I have learned a lot from it. Alot.
Let me back track. Our oldest daughter, Addison, has Down Syndrome. She is getting ready to start her 5th grade year. When she was born, I thought the early years were difficult: full of therapists and developmental delays. Navigating the challenges of the early years simply built a strong foundation for us to persevere through elementary school days. We have had a good experience, mostly.

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