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Gone Blueberry Pickin’

by SomeGirl on June 25, 2010 · 7 comments

Today we’re off doing something I’ve wanted to do for a LONG time…  we’ve gone blueberry picking! Since this is the weekend of an East Texas family reunion on my mother-in-love’s side of the family, it seemed like the perfect time to go. So we’ve headed to Edom, Texas to pick us sum’ of them […]

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Hanging Out at the Hotel Pool

by SomeGirl on June 14, 2010 · 8 comments

Hope you all had a wonderful weekend and are ready to face the week!  We had a great time together at the hotel for a church conference. Turns out the conference started earlier than the boys and I were ready to go (or even wake up) so my husband went and let us hang out […]

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If You’re Ever in McKinney, Texas…

by SomeGirl on May 10, 2010 · 9 comments

This weekend we went to one of my favorite restaurants to celebrate Mother’s Day with my side of the family. If you’re ever in McKinney, Texas I’d highly recommend the historic downtown area for shopping and walking around. There are lots of GREAT restaurants! For the best atmosphere, I’d recommend Cafe Malaga (it’s a little […]

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I had the nicest, most relaxing time at Talking Tuesday yesterday… the boys played in the sprinker and my girlfriend and I sat on her front porch and watched. It was SO relaxing! You’ll see in the video below why we love living here… we each have nearly an acre of land with around 100 […]

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Welcome! Make Yourself at Home…

by SomeGirl on April 21, 2010 · 22 comments

What an exciting day! Today I get the honor of being featured at Gather Inspirit, a wonderful site that provides great Christian encouragement for bloggers. Each week they’re graciously highlighting people who plan to attend The Relevant Conference in October, and today is MY DAY! :)  So, to do something fun for this “open house” […]

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Tommy Nelson, in his Song of Solomon study, tells a story of a person visiting a village on the bank of a river (the following is a paraphrase as I remember the story going). As he is guided around the village he begins to notice people missing limbs, scarred from deep wounds, crippled and hurt. […]

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