Tuesday, May 23, 2017


"'I'm not even going to look at a schoolbook in vacation,' she [Anne] told Marilla. 'I've studied as hard all the term as I possibly could and I've pored over that geometry until I know every proposition in the first book off by heart, even when the letters ARE changed. I just feel tired of everything sensible and I'm going to let my imagination run riot for the summer. Oh, you needn't be alarmed, Marilla. I'll only let it run riot within reasonable limits. But I want to have a real good jolly time this summer, for maybe it's the last summer I'll be a little girl.'"

Lucy M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

A Debtor to Mercy Alone

A debtor to mercy alone,
Of covenant mercy I sing,
Nor fear, with God’s righteousness on,
My person and off’rings to bring.
The terrors of law and of God
With me can have nothing to do;
My Savior’s obedience and blood
Hide all my transgressions from view.

The work which His goodness began,
The arm of His strength will complete;
His promise is Yea and Amen,
And never was forfeited yet.
Things future, nor things that are now,
Not all things below or above,
Can make Him His purpose forego,
Or sever my soul from His love.

My name from the palms of His hands
Eternity will not erase;
Imprest on His heart, it remains
In marks of indelible grace.
Yes! I to the end shall endure,
As sure as the earnest is giv’n;
More happy, but not more secure,
When all earthly ties have been riv’n.

A Debtor to Mercy Alone by Augustus Toplady

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Blackout Poetry

I recently stumbled across this idea for poetry, and I love how it incorporates both the art of poetry and the art of drawing. Here are some ideas to get you started!

Blackout Poetry (includes ideas on how to use it in a classroom setting)

A step-by-step process

Here's a whole selection of poems to inspire you.

An entire tumblr of blackout poetry

If you try some of your own, I'd love to see pictures!

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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring

Jesus, joy of our desiring,
holy wisdom, love most bright;
drawn by thee, our souls aspiring
soar to uncreated light.
Word of God, our flesh that fashioned,
with the fire of life impassioned,
striving still to truth unknown,
soaring, dying round thy throne.

Through the way where hope is guiding,
hark, what peaceful music rings;
where the flock, in thee confiding,
drink of joy from deathless springs.
Theirs is beauty's fairest pleasure;
theirs is wisdom's holiest treasure.
Thou dost ever lead thine own
in the love of joys unknown.

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by Martin Janus, translation attributed to Robert Seymour Bridges

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