Kim, so eloquently, has moved me to tears. I too have received many of The Big Questions. I pray I can recall these sentiments next time.
Category Archives: Blogs I enjoy
Lots of great ideas here!
Monday: Turkey Tetrazzini (using up leftover turkey!)
Tuesday: Bavarian Wiener Supper (using leftover dogs from the guys’ paintball cookout.)
Wednesday: Almond Chicken and Rice
Thursday: Beans in a Pot
Friday: Slow Cooked Corn Chowder (omit ham)
Saturday: Fried Eggs with Chili Cheese Grits
Sunday: Quick Shrimp Gumbo
Breakfast: Oatmeal, Cinnamon Rice, Cooked Oat Bran, Bagels and yogurt,
Lunch: Quesadillas, Sloppy Joes, Migas, Pasta Salad, Bacon and Eggs,
to Suzanne! Not as pretty as hers, but very tastey no less! Thank you for sharing the recipe!
You were missed dear friend! I am looking forward to many visits to your Gypsy Caravan!
Let me first say that everything Danielle writes is link worthy, truely. If you are not checking out her blog regularly already, you should be. Great stuff. I found this particular post exceptionally link worthy though. Husbands. An often overlooked topic, but vital to the domestic church. She tells it like it is here. And I can tell you from my own experience, (and I will admit, I learned the hard way. Stubborn, I am!) it’s all worth the effort. Handling Husbands
Thanks to Michaela at Filled with Joy! Gotta love the name of her blog, and you can totally see the joy overflowing when she writes about her adorable children! Thanks Michaela!
I’d like to nominate a few rockin’ gals myself, starting with Jennifer at S/V Mari Hal-O-Jen. Jennifer and her family live and learn on a boat! How cool is that? (Now I have a cheezy disco song running through my head about rocking boats!)
Ruth is also a very rocking girl at Just Another Day in Paradise. I am always so inspired by her great faith untiring devotion to her family. Ruth, you really do rock!
And lastly there is Suzanne at Gladdest Hours and her houseful of rocking girls! Suzanne is the most classy, sassy, and feminine mom on the web! I hope you are enjoying your blog break Suzanne, can’t wait for your return!
Suzanne inspired and encourged me in this thread where I first asked around about the practicality of using cloth napkins. The first set I bought were rust and olive colors, dark and perfect for the long winter. My husband also remarked at what a good idea it was. I began considering purchasing a few more because were going through the ones we had so quickly that I had to wash them twice a day. Then I came across this post from Suzanne at the perfect time! I bought a few dozen in bright cheery colors and they add a very nice touch of loveliness to our table. I think they looked equally lovely hanging in the late afternoon sunshine! Thanks Suzanne for the inspiration!
*It would go without saying that the boys will not use a single pink napkin! (and yes, those are baby woolies freshly washed and lanolized!)
I loved this blog post by Joanne. They have 12 people living happily in 990 square feet. What a happy scene! Ten Kids and a Dog
Your invited to visit the children’s homeschooling blog, Cool Home School. Nicholas and Abigail write essays and narrations themselves and I journal what the younger children are up to. It’s been a great way for us to track progress. I don’t feel so pressured to keep each scrap of paper from each project and it’s been a great encouragement for Nicholas to write. Don’t you love the name? Homeschooling is indeed Cool!