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Movie Review – Rust

James was a pastor and he came to a place where God was silent and he couldn’t accept that, so he walked away from his faith for a time.

He returns to his home town and discovers that a family new to the area had been killed in a fire. Travis, a friend, from his childhood was accused of setting the fire and James knows that he is innocent and sets out to prove it.

His home town has changed and he needs to unravel the truth that will set the town and himself free.  While James works diligently to to find the truth, he eventually finds his way back to his relationship with God.

This movie was slow to start, but overall it was a good movie that my husband and I really enjoyed. We thought it was well done. We do not recommended it for young children or even preteens due to some of the more mature content.

If you want to learn more about this movie, you can check out the website or their facebook page.

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

The Way Home

Randy is supposed to be helping his family get ready to go on a camping trip. Christal thought he was packing the van, but he ducked inside their home to check his work email. It was during this very short time that their 2 year old son Joe disappeared from their driveway.

Christal and Randy check the neighbourhood and Grandma calls her church prayer chain and practically everyone she knows. People from the neighbourhood start pouring in to help search for little 2 year old Joe.

The family lives in a forested area with many areas for him to be hiding and many dangerous areas where he could have gotten hurt. I am not going to spoil the ending, but I will tell you that Randy comes out a changed man.

This movie, which is based on a true story, is every mother’s worst nightmare played out. It is a real tear jerker so have your tissues handy. The movie was really good and reminded my husband and I to consider again the things that are really important to us. We highly recommend this movie.

~So what is really important to you? What really matters? ~

You can find out more about The Way Home by visiting them

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

FunKey Keyboard and Mouse

I was extremely excited to have the opportunity to review the  FunKey Bundle from Chester Creek.  The keyboard and pint size mouse were packaged securely for shipping and I was very impressed to have them arrive on my door. I was equally impressed with the speed of the delivery.

When I opened the package the kids all got excited to see the surprise that was waiting for them. The first thing that struck me (after how it was packaged) was how bright and colorful the keyboard and mouse are. It was very attractive and inviting to the kids and they all gathered around to try to get a look as I opened it.

My autistic son fell in love with it right away and couldn’t wait for us to get it all set up. Elisha was able to type more fluently with this keyboard than with our traditional keyboard due to the color coding of the keys.

All the kids liked the fact that the mouse was small enough to fit their hands.

While we were happy with the keyboard and mouse and we have enjoyed using them, there were two things that we didn’t like:

  1. The yellow keys had white print on them making them difficult to read.
  2. The keyboard sits flat on the table and doesn’t have those tabs to prop it up.

Overall, we have been very happy with our experiences with this keyboard.

Contact Chester Creek to find out more about all the wonderful products that they sell by visiting them at their website and saying hello on twitter.

They also asked me to let you know that there is an Educator’s Discount available.

Here are the specifications:

Operating System: Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, Windows 7, MAC OS 10.1.5 and higher. Will work on a MAC; no Mac specific keys.
Safety: FCC CE Approved
Environmental: RoHS Compliant
Connector: USB (PS/2 adapter included for older systems)
Size: 18″ x 0.75″ x 6.75 – 8
Warranty: Two Year

Disclosure: I received this product from Chester Creek in exchange for my using the product and giving an honest review.

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