I am insanely proud of every single one of my children, from my firstborn, right down to the wee baby boy. They are amazing individuals. Each one of them is unique, with their own special gifts and personalities. Two of my teen daughters have been thinking of starting a writing blog for some time, so . . . → Read More: Flames of Inspiration
Last week, my 17yo daughter and 7mo son went to the thrift shop for my oldest daughter to apply for a job (she wasn’t called back…) and while I was there, I went over to the books, of course! Well, those books were still sitting in the box top this morning waiting for me . . . → Read More: Oh, the books we will find……….at the thrift shop
Organization of my time and the necessary “stuff” that we have for our larger than average family and the necessary cleaning of our home is the bane of my existence. If it was just me, it would be easy, I am sure I could remain organized. Thankfully though, it is not just me, there . . . → Read More: TOS Crew Review: Motivated Moms Ebook Chore Planner
So, I am sitting here, nursing the wee little hobbit, as usual, and listening to Skillet ~ Rise…loud and listening to the giggling and talking of my teen daughters, the shushing of them by my teen son who is trying to read the latest ebook
and I am thinking about what I am . . . → Read More: 40 Bags in 40 Days and 21 Day Financial Fast
Yesterday, my oldest daughter and I headed to a nearby thrift shop so she could take her resume in and while there, I decided to check out the games, books and baby clothes sections, of course Well, the games section was an afterthought after I already had the rest of my stuff on the counter. . . . → Read More: Space Saving, Box Saving Puzzle Solution
Yesterday, I decided to see if my iphone had an app for random number generation so I could post a screen shot of the number chosen on my blog, and low and behold, I found one. The winning comment number was:
Congratulations Angie, I will be contacting your for your mailing address! . . . → Read More: Winner! The Marriage You’ve Always Wanted, Gary Chapman
Pros: An intricate story with plenty of well-developed characters.
: Very good sense of character growth.
: Well written story that flows well.
Cons: Lack of flow from the first book in the series, Blessed Child.
: Very controversial plotline.
A Man Called Blessed (The Caleb Books . . . → Read More: A Man Called Blessed, By Ted Dekker: A Book Review
(I saw the above on Facebook today, and thought of something that happened about 13 years ago)
It is cold and snowy, of course I am hibernating right now, I do every year. At least I do leave my house here in Cape Breton occasionally when it warms up a bit because in . . . → Read More: The Hibernation of Mama Bear
We have to wait to get the stove pipe put into the chimney so this is what it looks like for now: