Martha, Martha, Martha
In 1961, Martha Stewart was selected as one of Glamour magazine’s “Ten Best-Dressed College Girls.”
Adoption: Movement or Trend?
This post is pulled from Megan Hyatt Miller’s blog. You can see it in it’s original state here. I particularly like her 4th and 5th points. While talking with a friend about our adoption recently, she made a comment that adoption just seemed so trendy—all these upper-middle class families running around with their brown babies talking about hundreds of millions of orphans, minus...
With us it rests, either to receive it and be partners in the crime, or to...– - Elia Hicks, abolitionist in 1814. So applicable in our world today, too.
one thrifty mama.
I appreciate a good deal, and I sure do have some exciting baby bargains to share. Annnd I just lost any male followers. Oh, well. Carry on. 1. Graco Classic Wood High Chair. Amazon: $139.99 \ Craigslist: $50 Why I love it: I really like wooden high chairs. The price tag? Not so much. This one is perfect and matches our dining room. No stains, in great condition. 2. Graco Little Hoot...
loving your kids from here
LOVING YOUR KIDS FROM HERE By jamieivey on February 28, 2011 (I pulled this from her blog.) This morning during church I began to pray for two of my friends who are in this adoption process. God brought their families to my heart and I think it’s because they are both about to experience one of the most gut-wrenching things anyone can experience. They are both about to live their lives...
five happy things.
So, question: Have you ever gone through some rough stuff? Like punches in the stomach type of stuff that make you crawl under the covers, leaving your pillow streaked with mascara? Yeah, me neither… Regardless of circumstances, today I woke up determined to find at least one happy thing. And I thought of five. Victory! So, here’s a list of five happy things. 1. This bag. ...
I can’t tell if I like this sampler. I’m thinking yes, but for some songs, I’m thinking no. Definitely no. But, it’s quirky + free. And the album art is pretty. Carry on. Blogging at 1:30 a.m. — yep, too much coffee.
“I do not mind telling you that within me I find the Easter message and...– A.W. Tozer, via oh, hello friend.
when parents text: my mom and dad on emoticons.
Dad, via text: Where did you find the keys?
Me: The hidden pocket in the computer bag.
Dad: Like mother like daughter...
Dad: Not sure what that means
Mom, via text, 20 minutes later: Dad was explaining a text he got from you..it was a colon..followed by an angle thing. (using two fingers sticking straight out...and the hands pointed next to it at an angle) humorous watching him...was it :/