Connecting the Dots

by SomeGirl on July 13, 2010 · 20 comments

“I believe in a Divine God that connects dots. I’m a dot. You’re a dot. He draws a line between you and me and we are connected.”  – Kristen at We are THAT Family I had a page sitting open waiting to be read [dot] that was suggested by Jessica at Reflections of a Princess […]

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As I was driving down the road the other day and saw sprinklers running in several yards, I was struck by how much water we use to keep our grass green. When I turned on my sprinkler and watched my boys play in it (while I tried to salvage what life was left in our […]

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It Always Comes Back to Coke With Me…

by SomeGirl on May 21, 2010 · 23 comments

Yesterday, in the post Giving Out of Our Abundance, I asked, “What have you been given in abundance? Time? Faith? Energy? Resources? Influence? How can you use what you’ve been given to make a difference in the lives of those around you (or around the world)?” We have all been given something in abundance… One […]

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Giving Out of Our Abundance

by SomeGirl on May 20, 2010 · 19 comments

Well, I was going to write this really passionate blog post about what’s been going on in my head and heart. But my husband and I had a long, passionate talk about it over dinner last night and now I’m changing things up a little. Let me start by saying that I NEVER EVER want […]

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7 Days of Love

by SomeGirl on April 26, 2010

There are so many links in today’s post and I’d HIGHLY recommend you visit them… they’re the words that are in a slightly lighter shade than the rest of the text (they’ll open in a new window so you can keep reading here). I am SO excited to be a part of a GREAT event […]

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Yesterday, the boys and I took part in TOMS One Day Without Shoes campaign. Together we committed to: spend the day barefoot, donate shoes to Soles4Souls, and pray for people around the world who have no shoes (we took “putting feet to our faith” literally). ;) When we woke up the floor was cold, and […]

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