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Be Kind. If you can’t, just be quiet.

Sometimes, just being quiet does the most good. From toddlers to grown ups, being self controlled with our words is so important. Salt and Sugar look the same but have completely different purposes.   What will you choose? Kindness or quiet?

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30 Prayers For Our Children and Future Generations

30 Prayers For Our Children and Future Generations The Privilege Of Laying the Lives and Souls of Our Children Before The Throne Of Grace A few months ago a friend of ours, Brian MacStay, who is an amazing photographer took family pictures. It was a fun time and we got great keepsake pictures. As I look overContinue Reading “30 Prayers For Our Children and Future Generations”

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Keeping Heart: What You Should Do Is….

Keeping Heart: What You Should Do Is…. Breaking Molds and Finding Freedom In A Guarded Heart I am an idea person, they just kind of ooze out of me and spill all over the place. As an idea person I am also a FANTASTIC planner, list maker, scheduler, networker and problem solver. Before you droolContinue Reading “Keeping Heart: What You Should Do Is….”

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The TRUE Life Changing Magic Tidying Up: The Believers Responsibility of Keeping Our Hearts

The TRUE Life Changing Magic Tidying Up: The Believers Responsibility of Keeping Our Hearts The book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing took the United States by storm with step by step instructions to decluttering and organizing our homes. After reading the book,  in the following months, I clearedContinue Reading “The TRUE Life Changing Magic Tidying Up: The Believers Responsibility of Keeping Our Hearts”

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recipe {shirred eggs} 

This morning was greeted with some grey weather and a day at home. So, yummy breakfast for us! I adapted this recipe from local author and blogger Danielle  Walker. I love the simplicity and health of her recipes and also the creative ways she makes recipes current and has new ideas to the breakfast rut. OneContinue Reading “recipe {shirred eggs} “

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The Problem Areas

One of my favorite parenting books, next to the bible is a called Loving The Little Years by Rachel Jankovic. In the book she has a short chapter about the care of our bodies, she says, 

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The Start of Another. 2016 is here!

This evening, once again we celebrate the end of the year and the joyous start of another. We are excited to spend the evening with dear friends and remember all that has happened in the past 12 months. With each new year people are anxious to leave the old, used year in the past and put on theContinue Reading “The Start of Another. 2016 is here!”

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recipe {caramel corn}

Tonight I ushered in fall to our home. I made Caramel Corn. This is a great recipe because it is straight forward and the ingredients are on hand. I like recipes that use baking soda, I don’t know the science behind it but it yields a great shiny non-sticky caramel coating. This recipe does notContinue Reading “recipe {caramel corn}”

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Do The Little Things Well

The older I get the more I am confronted with the realities of adult-hood and all that it is, and isn’t cracked up to be. Some parts about it are SO great! I get to decide what is for dinner, I got to NAME 3 other humans, I get to make and spend money, decorateContinue Reading “Do The Little Things Well”

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Freezer Prep For Quick, Easy, and Healthy Dinner

About a month before my 3rd child was born I had a panic moment realizing that I was going to be busy with caring for kids and babies and would never have time to do anything else. Ok so maybe I exaggerated a little bit in my mind but it did get me into “go mode”Continue Reading “Freezer Prep For Quick, Easy, and Healthy Dinner”