September 23, 2013 KimHarms 5Comment

Our family had our first “wilderness” adventure together this summer. With all of our necessities on our backs, we packed in to a primitive campsite on the Superior Hiking Trail and spent the night away from all modern conveniences.  And we all came out alive. The boys filtered water from the Split Rock River, gathered firewood off the trail and set up their own tent. They inhaled their mountain meal like it was the most delicious food they had tasted in their lives, and Owen said he liked river water better than regular water. Aside from one child falling in…

September 19, 2013 KimHarms

I am happy to know that I’m not the only person in my family who expresses my frustrations in writing. Sometimes you just have to let the paper know how you feel.

September 16, 2013 KimHarms

We own Love You Forever. It’s stuck in the bookcase somewhere between Oh The Thinks You Can Think and Animal Alphabet. We read it every now and then, but it always makes me feel a little funny. It’s starts out lovely but gets increasingly more bizarro with the flip of each page. I would be concerned about my mother-in-law’s mental health if she drove to our place at night with a ladder strapped to her car and then climbed up the side of the house to enter through a second-story window.  Wouldn’t you? That’s freaky enough, but if she then proceeded to…

September 13, 2013 KimHarms

  Excited to get recognition in the Today’s Christian Woman Fall print issue for taking part in the Women of the World compilation. If you haven’t had a chance to read my article about Esther and her Dorcas Ministry Shop through Mission to Haiti take a look. It’s one of the features on the TCW homepage this week.

September 9, 2013 KimHarms

I saw a picture of these online and we decided to give them a try on our Lake Superior vacation this summer.  The verdict – we like regular s’mores better. If you want to see how we made them head on over to devokids.  While you are there, check out all the other things devokids has to offer.