Monthly Archives: May 2015

Wednesday’s Words

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Thursday’s Terrible Tears

I will be offline for. . . I don’t know how long. My baby brother died unexpectedly last night. I have no words only tears, tears and more tears. I have a few blogs that are pre-programmed, mainly my Wednesday’s … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

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Monday’s Mention

501 Time-Saving Tips Every Woman Should Know by Georgia Varozza is a great and practical book to have. If you are a newly married young lady or just starting out on your own, this book is invaluable. Older homemakers will … Continue reading

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Fakation Friday

Or maybe that should say Facation? A cross between fake and vacation. Except this is what I am doing:   Aw well, one can dream, right?    

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Thursday’s Thanks

Thank you, Sally of Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life, who recently nominated me for the Real Neat Blog Award. Sally Georgina Cronin, a published author, has lived an eclectic life.  Her father was in the Royal Navy, causing … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

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Tuesday’s Tale

Driftwood Cowboy by Lenora Worth is a quick and thoughtful read. Michelle Lancaster left her home in Spirit, Louisiana, looking for a way to run away from pain and heartbreak. She takes her horse, her only real source of comfort, … Continue reading

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Monday’s Mention

Sand in My Sandwich: And Other Motherhood Messes I’m Learning to Love by Sarah Parshall Perry is the true raw, unadulterated view of the life of a mother of three children, two with special needs. Sarah Perry is a previous … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sadness & Share

Today is Mother’s Day. For some this will be a bittersweet day, for others there will be rejoicing and for several it will be sad. Regardless of where you fall on the spectrum, try to remember the Lord is with … Continue reading

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