Fraddle

With summer here, I thought it would be a great time to share a few ideas for building stronger family connections. 1. Don’t let Facebook (or other online activities) become the main place you build connections, institute “Face-Look”… Look your children in the eyes (face-to-face) and exclaim , “Face-Look status time!” then share what you […]

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Did you know that 49 million* Americans live in poverty? Americans. Our neighbors, church members, fellow citizens – elderly, young, of all races…     There are children in our cities… OUR cities… going to bed and to school hungry. Just talking about it brings tears to my eyes!     Thankfully, my church raised […]

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  Some time ago, a sweet reader sent me an email asking if I’d be interested in reading and reviewing her upcoming book, Cue Cards for Life: Gentle Reminders for Better Relationships by Christina Steinorth, MA, MFT. What she shared about the book’s purpose to improve relationships in your life, how easy it was to […]

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Don’t miss this…   Because of this…   They grow up way too fast…   And you can’t get the time back.   Something important to think about…    

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It’s a New Day!

by SomeGirl on January 29, 2012 · 6 comments

I haven’t been out to enjoy a sunrise in awhile, but corrected that this morning… If you haven’t done so lately, I’d highly suggest you make time for it! Consider it a little fraddle for you from God. It’s quite a wonderful and awe-inspiring sight. And a nice reminder that… His mercies are new every […]

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Love in Action… Striving for Growth

by SomeGirl on January 19, 2012 · 5 comments

I enjoyed last week’s Love in Action photo post so much that I decided to do one again. In fact, I might reinstate Fraddling Fridays and do a collage each week (if time/circumstances allow). All in favor…? Opposed? (Fraddling – Love in Action) Playing Mancala with my Honey Letting my oldest one go on an […]

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