Things That Happen at Night

Archive for March 2012

Things That Happen at Night

It seems like there are certain things that always happen in the middle of the night…. 1. Thunderstorms – the loud, booming, jump out of bed kind of boomers that wake up your kids and leave you cuddling in closer to your husband.  Can you tell that I don’t like thunderstorms? 2. Smoke Detector Batteries…

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13 Years

Happy 13 Years of marriage to the Love of My Life! Who knew 14 Years ago, that night would turn into all this? I am So Blessed!

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Some Things I Accomplished Today

I had an entire day at home today.  After sitting on the sofa, sipping my coffee, IMing with my cousin and watching Kelly Ripa, I thought it was high time I get busy and accomplish something.  I just want to make sure that those of you that think SAHMs eat bon bons all day, realize…

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Book Review: Crooked Letter Crooked Letter by Tom Franklin

CROOKED LETTER, CROOKED LETTER By Tom Franklin Published October 5, 2010 ***** This atmospheric drama is set in rural Mississippi. In the late 1970s, Larry Ott and Silas “32” Jones were boyhood pals. Their worlds were as different as night and day: Larry, the child of lower-middle-class white parents, and Silas, the son of a poor,…

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It Is Well

One of my favorite hymns is “It Is Well With My Soul”.  The other day I noticed on my friend, Keri’s blog  CREATIVE GENIUS ART that she had some new art work.  When I saw this piece, I knew I had to get it. For a mere $25, she framed and shipped it my way. …

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Book Review: The Good Wife’s Guide by Darlene Schacht

THE GOOD WIFE’S GUIDE EMBRACING YOUR ROLE AS A HELP MEET By: Darlene Schacht Published January 13, 2012 **** In The Good Wife’s Guide author Darlene Schacht encourages women to joyfully serve their families. In doing so she offers reasons for achieving a well-managed home backed by scripture and gleaned from experience. As well she…

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Birds of Spring

We live in town, but at the edge of town, with a cornfield in our backyard.  Luckily, we still get quite a few birds on our feeders.  With our early spring like weather, I have been enjoying the windows being open and hearing the birds singing.  One of my favorites is the Cardinal’s song.  We…

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Thought for the Day

“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant; if we did not taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.”  Anne Bradstreet If it wasn’t for the cold of winter, we wouldn’t notice the change of the grass turning to green, the smell of spring in the air, and the…

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Winner of I See Me! Personalized Book

True Random Number GeneratorMin:Max:Result:11 Powered by RANDOM.ORG Andrea is the winner of the I See Me! Personalized Children’s Book.  Thanks to everyone who entered and stay tuned for more giveaways!!!

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