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Our lives are full of busy moments… Many busy moments. Time blurs by at breakneck speeds. My thoughts whirl around in my head and my focus narrows in on tasks that need to be done and have needed to be done for awhile. But when I stop and look around, taking a break from my […]

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Seeds Of Joy (Thought-Provoking Thursday)

by SomeGirl on March 3, 2011 · 29 comments

Aaagh! We have weeds in our yard! Big, puffy, white weeds that, with the help of my littlest one, are being spread all over my yard! As I watched those seeds (of weeds) go flying out of his hand and into the air I thought to myself, “Noooooo…. I don’t want more weeds in our […]

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Ahhh… My sweet friends, I can’t tell you how much I’ve needed this time to sit down, unwind, light a candle, sip on a warm cup of “calm” tea and chat with you! It’s been a long weekend and I’ve let my focus slip from my new found purpose in parenting, back to my old […]

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I went into my laundry room yesterday to tackle the never ending, always growing, pile of laundry. It’s been big before, but not this big (must have been our five days away and three days of recovering). As I looked at the pile and breathed a deep sigh, my thoughts swirled around how much laundry […]

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Seventy Times Seven (The Ropes That Had Bound Me)

by Guest blogger on January 21, 2011 · 9 comments

Guest post by Patti {Becoming Joyful}) Credit I have been enjoying reading the gospel of Matthew so much this month. The new treasures waiting to be discovered in such familiar words never fail to amaze me. My children have been asking me to read Matthew aloud to them, so as we sit at the breakfast […]

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The Beginning Not The End

by SomeGirl on December 29, 2010 · 7 comments

As we come to the end of our Christmas celebration and the end of the year may we remember that the birth of Christ was not the end, but rather the beginning of God’s plan to redeem His people. Christ didn’t stay a baby in the manger. He grew in wisdom and stature and favor […]

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