Fraddling Fridays

Now is the perfect time…

by SomeGirl on June 16, 2011 · 20 comments

  Now is the perfect time…   to tell someone you love them.     Or better yet…  go show them!         You might also like One Person’s Fraddle… (on showing love to others using their love language as a guide). See more here.

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I mentioned before that I’d like to share a few tips that I have really enjoyed learning, and I thought today would be a nice day to do it… consider it a little fraddle for YOU (or at least those of you who would like some photography tips)!  I’ll just be sharing a few composition […]

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This week’s fraddle all started on Twitter when I read someone’s “tweet” about donating their swagbucks to Nashville Flood relief. Swagbucks will convert your bucks to dollars then donate them directly to the Nashville Red Cross. It’s a relatively low conversion rate of .07cents per buck, but it all adds up if lots of us […]

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Spring Cleaning (so to speak)

by SomeGirl on May 7, 2010 · 12 comments

You know that feeling you get when the weather turns nice and you start cleaning all of the winter dust and grime away? That’s what I’ve been doing this week… but with my life. After last week’s bad mom feeling and the realization that I had committed to too many GOOD things, I made some […]

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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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