“he txtd me”


"he txtd me"

He txtd me
and said that I was cut3!
Then he asked me for a pic;
I took a selfy.
Y not?

He txtd me
and said that I was "hott"
and told me how he feels
when he c's me at skool.
I told him he was weird.

He txtd me
and asked to see me in
my new swimsuit.
The bois at the pool will see.
Y not?

He txtd me
and said the picture "trnd me on."
He said my body was gr8.
He asked for another.
w.e.

He txtd me
and cmplimentd me a lot
and I felt btfl.
He said he wanted to kiss me.
Y not?

He txtd me
and wanted to see me nude.
o_o
lol
K

He txtd me
and said he thought it might be fun . . . .
I felt kinda weird.
But it might be fun.
Should I?

Daddy.
What happened?
How did I get here?
I never wanted this. I wish
He never texted me.

-AMBrewster-

Written for "Parents, Kids, and Tech-tation."


“The Star-Spangled Banner (in a Minor Key)” – Chase Holfelder

We realize there’s nothing inherently “biblical” about this . . . but it was just too gorgeous not to share.

Forgive us. :-)

Skip to 00:30 for the beginning of the song.

“Be Thou My Vision” – Sam Robson

Music Wednesdays

You cannot have salvation, divine guidance, or peace unless God fills your vision.

“Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace,
whose mind is stayed on thee:
because he trusteth in thee.”
Isaiah 26:3

If you’d like to hear more, please click on any of the links below.

Alone, Yet Not Alone

Be Thou My Vision

Great is Thy Faithfulness

How Great Thou Art

I Need Thee Every Hour

It is Well with My Soul

O Love that Will Not Let Me Go

“Behold: the two absolutely worst arguments against homeschooling” – Matt Walsh

I was homeschooled.

I know. Crazy, right?

In fact, my parents were those “weirdoes” who started homeschooling before it was hipster and intelligent.

We were on the front edge of the movement.  We were the ones all of the crazy myths and rumors about homeschooling were either made about or thrown at.

Unfortunately, society hasn’t learned from its mistakes, and once again we encounter people who have stepped beyond ignorant into a category called “willfully ignorant.”

So is the case with the man who sent Matt Walsh an e-mail about homeschooling.

Enjoy!

The Matt Walsh Blog

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Here’s the email I received last week. I was saving it for today, as I’ll be speaking at a homeschool conference tomorrow:

*The subject line of this email was: “Not all public school teachers are the devil.”* 

Hi Matt,

I’ve been a pretty decent fan of some of your writings, and while I don’t always agree I find that you sometimes have an entertaining way of presenting your opinion. Anyway, all due respect, I find myself having a hard time continuing to follow you now that I’ve gone back and read through your views on education.

It doesn’t so much bother me that you seem to be PROUD of your lack of a college education. You seem to be of the lucky few smart enough to get away with having no real education to speak of (congratulations). What I can’t reconcile myself with is your vitriol and hatred for public…

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