lifestyle

If someone had told me five years ago that… I’d homeschool, Be gluten free and dairy free (and make bread from scratch – which was not so pretty, but very tasty), Have my own blueberry, blackberry, and strawberry plants (which will hopefully live and produce fruit), That I’d cover a lovely black wrought iron fence […]

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Not too long ago I realized I was spending more time on the computer than I’d like (around the time I wrote Just a Minute Honey). I made a commitment to myself and posted it here. I’ve had a couple of friends ask me about my “Note to Self” in the sidebar concerning my computer […]

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Putting Feet to Our Faith

by SomeGirl on April 7, 2010 · 12 comments

Hi! If you’re coming here from Gather Inspirit, please visit my Relevant Post by clicking here. Thanks! ♥ Last week, I quoted someone saying, “There are 168.8 million needy children…  Seems like a big number? It shouldn’t, b/c there are 2.1 BILLION people on earth who profess to be Christians. If only 8 percent of […]

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We had a GREAT time “camping” last week. We stayed in a nice cabin just across the road and down a little path from Mimi and Poppy. The boys had SO much fun playing with their cousins and exploring the woods. I love the freedom they can experience at a private camp ground. There was […]

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I’m What You Would Call ‘Indoorsy’

by SomeGirl on March 15, 2010 · 9 comments

I’m sitting here with a sea of groceries on the kitchen floor and a list of things to do that is who-knows-how-long. The car is cleaned out, but needs to be washed. The sleeping bags are rolled up and and ready to go. One fishing pole is in the car and the other cute, little […]

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I got THE sweetest comment from a good friend yesterday… It was filled with all kinds of nice words about me and I loved reading it, but I just had to reply and say, “You are too sweet… but I’m really not all that.” I would LOVE to be what he described: wonderful, loving, caring, […]

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