Monthly Archives: December 2010

Project 52: Husband Appreciation Day!

  Today is day 6 in the Advent Calendar I made for Tom.  Each day he opens a card to discover my thoughts and desires on that day for HIM.  Today was “Husband Appreciation Day”. We were attending an Appreciation … Continue reading

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Mark Your Calendar

Our house is ready for Christmas, and it feels wonderfully warm and cozy.  We love Christmas because this is the day we celebrate the birth of Christ – the One for whom we live and love and have our being.  … Continue reading

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Today Was His Day!

It is Sunday afternoon – the time when I usually sit down to write our Monday post.  This post takes the most time – searching the internet to see what’s happening around town for great date ideas in order to … Continue reading

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A Fragrant Aroma: 100 Joys – Week 1

100 Joys!  We shared with you the excellent idea Sarah Markley came up with for the month of December.  Rather than allow ourselves to get caught up with the hustle and bustle, we’re purposing to look for the joy God … Continue reading

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Meekness: Think Before You React

We are continuing our study of meekness, and God is helping us get the point! Nancy Leigh DeMoss provides our next point to consider! I faced some recent circumstances which provoked me to anger.  As Debi will testify, I am … Continue reading

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Finding Joy

Yesterday our blogging friend, Sarah Markley, with The Best Days of My Life blog suggested a December challenge.  It’s to look for 100 Joys in the next 31 days.  You have to read her blog to get the full effect … Continue reading

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