Anonymous | June 28, 2010
It was a nondescript rainy February morning. I had two hours before I needed to get ready to leave for a pediatrician appointment. I had nothing I needed to do as far as housework is concerned, so I decided to can four pint jars of Meyer lemon curd. Meyer lemons had been a fantastic deal at our local wholesale club for weeks, and I’d found an unbeatable steal on eggs, so I had both waiting for me in the fridge.
What seemed like a relatively low-stress, if time-consuming endeavor devolved temporarily into a complete fiasco.
Mrs. June Fuentes | June 1, 2010
It’s here! The Raising Homemakers website launched today! It is so exciting to have a place for all of us mothers, daughters, grandmothers and women from all types of backgrounds– to be able to gather and be encouraged on this blessed journey of raising godly daughters and preparing them in the arts of homemaking to […]
Mrs. June Fuentes | April 22, 2010
Recently a mother wrote me and inquired: “What do I do if I have waited too long to teach my older daughter homemaking skills and now she is not interested. Is it too late? What do I do now?”
Jennie Chancey | March 23, 2010
Some Biblical characters are so vivid it seems I know them personally. Acts 9 records the miraculous resurrection of Dorcas, also known as Tabitha. Through her kindness, Dorcas endeared herself to the church in Joppa. Every time I read the passage, it jumps off the page at me! The kinship I feel with Dorcas is […]