Are you looking for a thoughtful teacher appreciation gift to give your kids’ teachers? Last year I gave my kids’ teachers little pails filled with a variety of items. You can see them here. This year I decided to give the teachers each a bag of breakfast cookies with a little tag on them that says, “You Are One Smart Cookie. Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!” Below I have included a free teacher appreciation printable with 8 tags. Don’t forget the enrichment teachers like the librarian, art, music, and P.E. teachers either!
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We are in Passion Week, the week leading up to Easter. Last Sunday we commemorated the Triumphal Entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem (John 12:12-13) just five days before his execution, which would happen on a day we call Good Friday.
But why is it good? In truth, Good Friday was the darkest day that the world had ever seen, when the incarnate (i.e., in-the-flesh) Son of God became sin (2 Corinthians 5:21) – and was punished – for our sake, and the blackened sky reflected this tragedy (Matthew 27:45). So how is this a good thing?
Well, it all starts with a problem. Continue reading
Wise Planting Tip from an Organic Farmer, Our Garden in Pictures, and an Update on Back to Eden Gardening without Weeds
The other day I was talking garden with a few friends, and we were sharing our personal plans for this year’s vegetable gardens. The conversation included my friend Cheryl who formerly owned an organic farm with her husband and sold produce at farmer’s markets. She shared a wise tidbit that struck me, and I asked her if I could share it here.