Fraddling Friday

Fraddling by Faith

by SomeGirl on June 18, 2010 · 23 comments

Fraddle def. – The act or an instance of doing something for or with someone because you love them.  “… let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth.” 1 John 3:18 (see origin of word here) Ooooh… I can’t wait to share what one of my dear friends does […]

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Is There a Plumber in the House??

by SomeGirl on June 4, 2010 · 12 comments

Last night my husband and I talked about letting the boys go to our local drop-in-daycare while I do a quick-fix of the toilet and then hang out without kiddos for a few hours (and I didn’t have anything interesting to blog about today, so I thought I’d just take the morning off). So, this […]

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Earlier this week, I wrote about 7 Days of Love (a fundraiser to aid orphaned children). In one of the opening posts of the event, there was a suggestion that we go look under our sofa cushions for spare change to make even a $1 donation. As soon as I read that, I knew what […]

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Out of the Office (Fraddling Friday)

by SomeGirl on April 23, 2010

I hope you guys are having a GREAT Fraddling Friday! I’ve been out and about for most of today and yesterday meeting up with old friends and letting our children play together. We’ve had a great two days of FRADDLING! But because of that I’ve not been here to write a post. So, let’s make […]

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Have you ever had one of those weeks that just flew by and you had no idea what  you did with all the time??? That’s how this week has been for me… I must have subconsciously decided to “take the week off” after last weekend’s birthday party. With that said, I’ve been trying to think […]

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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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