Thursday, January 31, 2008

My First Giveaway!

Yes! A Starbucks gift card in a surprise amount and..............
A copy of my first published book, "Standing on God's Promises-A Devotional for Women."

Spread the word. You have this whole week until Friday to enter. Just leave a comment and tell me what you would do with these prizes if you were selected. On Saturday I will post the winner and get these out to you!

Six Quirky Things

Lauren at Faith Fuel has tagged me with this funny meme.

1-My nicknames growing up were stringbean and beanpole. I was was a straight stick growing up. Bean came because that was my last name! I know I went from a Bean(although it was not spelled that way) to a Parsley.

2-Because I was self conscious about being so thing and without curves I prayed a vain prayer asking for hips. Well, that is one prayer God answered! Be careful what you pray for! :)

3-I have the thickest hair of head. Every hair dresser I ever see confirms it. This I believe was another result of a vain prayer. I prayed for thick hair and well, I got it! Oh the vanity! But I tell you it is not easy being a big hair girl! Especially outside the eighties!

4-Again to confirm my vanity I once dated a guy named Bruce Willis just so I could say I dated Bruce Willis-Oh so sad.

5-My husband and I met when I was 16. We met on a blind group date. The place I first laid my eyes on him was McDonalds! Our date was not there but it was a convenient place to meet.

6-There is always a song in my head. I often choreograph dance moves to them as well in my head! I was a competitive dancer in my youth so I LOVE dance.

Okay it is your turn. If you feel up to it you are tagged! Leave a comment and let me know if you want to take part in the fun!

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Wellness Wednesday


Girls, I have to report such good news! After the bad mishaps of last weekend I am happy to report that I picked myself up out of the dirt and moved forward. Thank you all so much for the encouragement. I have been eating in moderation and more healthy. I have been drinking more water. I have been exercising at least 3 times a week. Overall just really treating this temple much better. So, I am now down a total of 5 pounds! Yeah.

Mentally and Spiritually I am doing well too. I am LOVING the study Stepping Up. It has been so good for me right now. Keeping my mind and focus on God and following Him on this journey has been great. So, I hope you all have had a good week too. I am looking forward to reading! See others progress here.

Sunday, January 27, 2008

A Precious Gift


Cheri, who deserves this award herself has awarded me. This is such a precious award to me because I was just talking to God about how He has been working love into my life. I have been asking Him to work love into me for some time now. Although I knew it was there because the Holy Spirit was in me, it was still in some real need of being grown into a ripened fruit. So, this is a precious gift to me from God. He is speaking to me through Cheri that His love is growing in me. Thanks girl!

Oh, I just want to be a known by my love. 2 Peter 1:5-8 states, "For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; and to knowledge, self-control; and to self-control, perseverance; and to perseverance, godliness; and to godliness, brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness, love. For if you possess these qualities in increasing measure, they will keep you from being ineffective and unproductive in your knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ." I never want to be ineffective or unproductive in any area concerning God!

So, I am passing this onto:
Stephanie at Notes From the Soul
Girl, you never cease to make me feel loved. You have a truly lovable blog!

Darla at Overcomer, you are always showing the love on your blog girl! I appreciate you so much. In fact you have a great post on there about loving others now!

Susan at Adventurous Living, You just always seem to be an encouragement to me through your comments and posts. Much love is given indeed! Thanks!

Friday, January 25, 2008

A Budding Artist and Family Funny!


I meant to post this at Christmas time but I forgot. Here is a cute picture my oldest drew. I just love it!

You all know I am doing the Stepping Up Bible study which is so good. Well, part of the study is to pray face down before you begin. I have been trying to do this everyday. Some days I just stay in bed and do it (like one of my sisters-you know who you are!:)) Sometimes I do get down on the floor. Today was one of those days I felt like I needed too. Well, right after I did that I hear my little one say:
"KK, look-at-mommy!" Slowly each word came out with great wonder and mischief. Then in less than a second I had kids on top of me! I suddenly became a horse that they could ride. Oh the imaginations of kids. So we ended up cracking up laughing and I was so thankful for the little blessings God gave me in them.

This is not the first time they have seen me praying like this. Although I try not to do it so often in front of them so they don't think I am sleeping on the job or dead or a horse! But I just thought is was funny. They have been quite hilarious today and the scene fit their mood!

So, any of you out there doing this study have any truths or funnies to share?

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Another Award!


Wow, Lauren at Faith Fuel has awarded me with this. You have to check her out if you have not yet because she is a great writer. Thanks Lauren!

Although I do believe all your blogs are excellent in different ways. There are five that really stand out to me at the moment.

1-Kelli at Ponderings of a Pastors Wife. Her blog has a fresh new look. I just love reading her thoughts. Her blog continues to encourage me. You will be blessed by reading it.

2-Heart of the Matter Blog. If you are homeschooling this is a great blog for you. This blog has recently taken on a new look too. It is a full of information.

3-Lynn and Dineen at Spiritually Unequal Marriage. They pour their lives out into this blog for others in this situation.Having lived that I appreciate all you do to encourage and uplift those in this situation.

4-Vicki Courtney's blog Virtue AlertThis blog is so good. It has so much information on helping parents stay up on what is going on with the world and teens. This is such an important ministry and I appreciate her heart and work! Our future is the next generation.

5-LPM Blog. Of course Beth's blog should get an award. I don't know if she will ever see it but if you have not checked out her blog then do. You will not be sorry.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Wellness Wednesday-Not So Well....


Well I am just not happy to report this week. I thought about not even joining in but then I thought that would not be "real" and we all are here to encourage one another on and for accountability. So, with that said I did not do too well this week.

You know that commercial, "No one can eat just one," well, that is precisely what happened. Then it was combined with the big "PMS." I was just doomed to fall.

We were away this weekend for a women's retreat. Eating was not good for me there. All portion control and eating only when I was hungry went out the window.

God has reminded me that I was bought for a price. I need to be a good steward of this body of mine. So, after five days of bad. Today is a new day. I am moving forward with that in mind. I hope to have a better report next week.

Click on the button above to track others progress.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Two Things-An Award and Give-away


First, Debbie at Just My Thoughts just gave me an award! Thanks girl.

I know this is cheesy but if you are on my sidebar then consider yourself one of my bloggy bff's! You have been awarded! Thanks for all the encouragement and helping me grow in Christ!

Also, Mariel at Growing in Godliness is doing a giveaway! Go over and check out her blog.

Monday, January 21, 2008

Refresh Weekend


We just got back from a retreat weekend with 32 of the most precious women. It was such a fun trip. I am so blessed to be a part of the family of Christ with you! How much love I have in my heart for each of you astounds me. How deeply the others who were not able to attend were equally missed. God had a plan with it all.

I just have to share two things from it. One is the most powerful thing I have ever experienced. It may be a good tip for any of you women's ministry or girl's ministry leaders out there. At the very end of the retreat the topic was identity and who we are in Christ. Our speaker (Sandy-you rock girl-God has SO called you to this) and our Women's ministry leader (Amy-You are just the bomb and the greatest leader ever)
Looked each lady in the eyes and spoke this blessing over each one,Listen oh daughter, consider and give ear. The King is enthralled with your beauty-Psalm 45:10a-11a. Then each lady was crowned as the royalty they are. There was not a dry eye in the place.

Then here is the quiet time I wrote for it. So I hope it blesses you today.
“Therefore there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. The law of the spirit of life sets me free from the law of sin and death” (Romans 8:1-2).

“The Lord your God is with you, He is mighty to save. He will take great delight in you, He will quiet you with His love, He will rejoice over you with singing” (Zephaniah 3:17).

“Oh God, you are my God, earnestly I seek You; my soul thirsts for You, my body longs for You, in a dry and weary land where there is no water. I have seen you in the sanctuary and beheld You power and Your glory. Because Your love is better than life, my lips with glorify You” (Psalm 63:1-3).

There once was a girl in a not so far away place who was searching. She had most everything she needed yet there was still an empty space in her life. The emptiness plagued her so much that she made it her mission to search and find what it would take to relieve it. She looked and looked for what seemed way to long. The search was hard, or that is what she thought. Sometimes things are really closer than they seem.

She looked into things that never brought her true happiness. She tried many things to fill this empty space but was still unfulfilled. She looked around at everyone else. They all seemed happy. So she did what she knew best to do, she put on a mask to cover her pain. What started as an ache started to grow deeper and deeper. She appeared to have it all together on the outside, but inside the pain drew deep. Until one day her world was rocked. She could not hold in the pain any longer. It was not humanly possible. Then it happened.

She found it. It was Christ, the man of her dreams who would fulfill her every dream and every need but there was a catch. As enthralled by her as He was she had to chose Him back. Even though He was strangely gentle and fearfully powerful she felt peace with Him. Yet, could she trust Him? She had to decide to give her life to Him as He did for her. This was a hard choice for her to make. What would this giving of her life mean? What would it require? She was after all an independent woman. Who had that right to ask this of her?

So a battle within her started. The very thing she always wanted she was afraid of. She was stuck. Stuck in a place where she didn’t know how to move forward. It was a pit of sorts. The answer was right in her face but the gentle kindness of Christ would not demand she leave her pit. He just waited with opened arms. Quietly and patiently. She had never experienced this before in this hard cold world. What would she do?

Isn’t that like life sometimes? We dream of being fulfilled and happy yet the pain of the reality of life seeps into our very existence. We are besides ourselves about it. We do not know where to turn. It is uncomfortable. In our flesh we try to take matters into our own hands to make things better. Yet the only thing that can truly and completely soothe is our Savior. Many things can temporarily make us feel better. Oh yes, that big piece of cake. Or perhaps escaping through the life of that soap opera actress. Oh, and gossip-don‘t forget that (even that polite church kind-you know that takes the form of prayer requests). Maybe it is a secret drink or even medications. So many temporary reliefs to life’s pains. Yet the only true healer is Christ Jesus. He is the One and Only who can take us and mold us into what He purposed us for. He is the only One who can make us whole.

As women we have such an important role. We influence so many things with our very presence. We need to be godly women so we can influence the world around us to want Jesus. We need to live it, walk it, and breathe it. If that girl from our story could see the real thing lived out then she would have found it more easily wouldn’t she? Sweet sisters, let us be women who are real in our walks. After all Jesus said in this world we will have trouble. We all walk through some sort of pain at some time in our life. The thing that makes us different from the world is the hope we hold fast to in our Savior who never takes His hands off of us. Let us live our lives as Christ intended to be a great influence on the world around us for His glory.

What can you relate to your life today from today’s reading? ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

What are some things that have been said this weekend that have stuck with you? And how will you apply them? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Take a moment and ask God to show you how He sees you today. How does He see your life through His eyes? Ask Him to show you the people you influence in your life. Ask Him if you are walking in your calling today? Are you walking in obedience? Ask Him what steps you need to take in your life with Him right now to grow from all of this. Remember there is no condemnation in Him. Walk with Him.

God makes no mistakes. From the beginning of the creation of this world He has ordained this retreat. He has ordained for you to be here at this very moment. He knew you would need this for whatever reason He chose. He chose you. He blessed You and He is working in you today and everyday of your life. Rest and be still in Him. What a privilege it is to be chosen by God for salvation.

To wrap up your quiet time Read Ephesians 1. Read it slowly and let it soak into your very being. Read what God has called you. Read who He says you are in Him. Write it down. Write down the things that speak to you deeply where you are at in your walk. Now believe them and walk them out.

Thank God and praise Him for your salvation. Thank Him for the great work He has done in your life. Ask Him to search your heart and create in you a pure one and to renew a steadfast spirit in you like David. He will do it. Sweet sister-just rest in His presence. Imagine what that song of rejoicing may sound like He is singing over you this very minute. Speak to Him and listen. He has so much to show you. Record your thoughts.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

A Writing Contest for P31

Hey all my writing friends. There are some of you I cannot get out of my head. You bless me so much with your writing that you have to enter this contest. You all are so gifted so I do not want you to miss this opportunity to possibly get an article published in the P31 Magazine.

Go over to Lysa's blog to find out more.

I am submitting the post below with the title "Beat Up?"
I would love to know your thoughts.
Much love,

Beat up?

“A bruised reed he will not break, and a smoldering wick he will not snuff out, till he leads justice to victory” (Matthew 12:20).

Have you ever seen the show Survivor Man? This is a show on the discovery channel where “survivor man” goes out and tapes his survival of the elements of different locations around the world. He researches the areas and then goes out to try to survive them. Fire is a vital item needed for survival in these situations. It is interesting to watch the great care that goes into bringing forth fire. Survivor man starts the fire with just a spark that produces some smoke. He is very tender and gentle with this small spark and smoke. He puts his hand on it and gently blows on it to fan it into a bigger flame. Little by little it starts to grow and as it grows brighter and brighter the less he needs to do with it.

This paints a good picture of God handling us. When we are small and weak giving off just a little spark and/or perhaps only blowing off a little smoke, God takes that little bit and keeps His hands on us. He is very careful and makes certain that small spark does not snuff out. He is very near because He is near the broken hearted. He is very gentle. I can see Him gently blowing His breath on that tiny spark filling it with His breath of life until it reaches a brightness that allows Him to back away some. He does not have to stay as near because the condition of the flame is not as fragile. As He is always present, He takes most gentle care of us when we are broken and weak.

The same is with the reed. When it is bruised it is in great danger of breaking. I love the gentle and humble manner of Jesus. It is Jesus who takes us in His gentle hands and makes sure we do not break. There are times that life will get hard. That is a fact. But the other fact to remember is that Jesus is whose hands we are in. He will never leave us for forsake us and He will restore us gently. Let His breath breathe on you and fan your flame even brighter.

Father, thank You for never extinguishing our flame. Thank You for being near to the broken-hearted. We praise You for Your gentle loving kindness. It is so hard to understand but we accept it. Lord breathe Your life into us so we can live and move and breathe in You. Fan the flames of our hearts so they shine brightly for You. In Jesus Name. Amen.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Stepping it on Up Girls!

Oh I just have to share with you that today at our first session of Stepping Up by Beth Moore was so wonderful. Girls, if you are wanting to move to a new place with God this is the study for you. I love how God works and times everything so perfectly. This study is exactly what I need at this time in my life. And as an added bonus there is a worship song included on the front end of the study. Today was one of my favorite by Travis Cottrell titled "My Passion." Oh, I am just so excited and ready to move up closer to God through this. I am asking Him to ignite a new passion and love for Him through it.

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow!

Well, we got some snow! We were so surprised to get out of church and see the ground covered. As we walked out to our car we were greeted with a blanket of fresh, white, lightly falling snow. It was precious. As a former northerner gone south it is not as big of a deal to me. I have seen snow. But my babies have not. So we took the time to take it in. To let it fall on our tongues. Play with snow balls and build mini snow men. Who knows if it will be there in the morning. So we just had lots of fun with it while it is here. Here are some pics!

Snow Pics!


Some More Snow Pics!


Tuesday, January 15, 2008

The Daily Dose


Faith awarded me the Daily Dose award. Although I try to check my favorite blogs on my sidebar as much as I can. I find these five particularly special to me at this time. So I am awarding this to them.

1-Shelley at Living Beyond Myself. I have just recently been introduced to Shelley but it seems every time time I check her blog God has something great for me there. Thanks girl.

2-E-mom at Chrysalis. I just love that she is hosting Marriage Monday's once a month. And then her blog is a wealth of great information that always keeps me interested. Thanks for all your work. Plus she introduced me to Shelley's blog.

3-My Pastor's Blog. Although I am sure he does not pay attention to these types of things, he is always an inspiration to me. It is neat to see what is going on in his head. I am so blessed to have a pastor like him. God is really moving in great ways there.

4-Kate at Small Scribbles. Every time I read her blog and of her family adventures I am always inspired to be a better mom. She just has that joy of motherhood and it encourages me so much. I am so blessed to know her.

5-Vickie Courtney's blog Virtue Alert. Vicki wrote a book called "Your Girl" that every mom of girls must have. She is busy at work in keeping us parents up on what is going on with girls today. It is a great ministry that is much needed in this world.

Wellness Wednesday Time


Go over to Darlene's blog by clicking on the button above. She has such great steps for getting started.

I first have to share a praise! I have finally lost 4 pounds! I think my body may start shedding it some now. It is not my focus but a positive side effect of getting this temple back in order. I have to believe it started because I finally took the focus off of "me" and onto God. His temple and getting it in order for Him.

I am doing the Beth Moore study "Stepping UP" on Wednesdays. I am facilitating it girls so that will keep me in the Word. There is something about being the "leader" that makes me take it more seriously. I am really excited because from my ramblings below it is going to hit me right where I am at. I love how God times things.

I am working out at least 30 minutes a day. Either dancing with the girls, going to the gym, or other get up and moving activities. While monitoring my heart it is starting to come back down sooner so the conditioning is a great thing. Still suffering migraines from it though. :( It is fun though.

My hubbie is now on board with me too so our eating choices have become more healthy. All around a win-win.

Some Tiny Talk

This morning K and I were looking through our wedding pictures. We stopped at the feeding of cake picture and she asked me what it was. I told her the story of her Daddy shoving the cake up my nose (I may blog about it sometime. He seriously thought it was what you did-he was not a believer then and we both were very immature). I told her he did not know any better. I told her that we should start praying for the one she would marry. Praying he would know better than to shove cake in your nose. When she responded........

"We don't have to pray mom. I will just tell him (her future husband) not to do it."

Too cute. I just love kids comments.

For more tiny talk go here.

Random Ponderings

So much seems to be going on that life is often in a whirl. Much of the time I just want to sit still and be quiet but life eludes me. So in the quiet moments I try to get the most out of them.

Today I woke up super early to head to the gym. After my workout I headed to Starbucks for a well earned Cafe Mocha. I used my $25 gift card that I got from my brother for Christmas! What a great brother! Amen?

I am coming out of a valley of depression, or so I hope. It is one I have walked in for what seems far to long. As a writer or creative type I suppose that is part of the territory. I am more of a "feeling" person. I so can relate to David in the Psalms. I am so praising God for those precious Psalms. With them it helps me feel much more normal. I can relate to David. On Wednesday we are starting "Stepping Up" by Beth Moore. Who do you think is facilitating this thing? Yours truly! I do think it is quite funny that God uses the weak things. In my weak condition I feel so inadequate to "lead" this. That is how it goes. In ministry we cannot just sit and wait until we "feel" like doing something to do it. Instead we need to wait until God says go and do it despite our feelings about it.

Yesterday my oldest had a very hard day emotionally. I am not sure when those girly hormones come into play but it seemed she had a great portion of them brewing. Oh if this is a glimpse of those PMS years we need to get a handle on it now if you know what I mean! As a feeler myself and one well aware of my emotions I feel for this child. She is me. A small me. Oh bless her soul. So, I am asking God to help me find balance so I can be a good example for her to give her a fighting chance. I desperately want her to know that we have victory and freedom over our emotions. They are not bad, they do make things more interesting, but they do not have to control us. Wow, what a lesson for me who greatly struggles.

So, about this depression-don't worry about me-I prayed that God would make me a woman of grace and truth. I am simply learning this through this valley. God is showing my what grace is. He is also showing me what the abundant life really is. It is not simply mountain top experiences. True joy from the Lord is deep in our being and not based on our circumstances. I am so thankful that the Lord loves me and trusts me enough to let me walk through these hard times. It is a joy to be molded more into His image despite how it "feels."

Love ya siesta's! If you have some time go over to my friend Stephanie's blog. She is writing posts on worship. They are so good. Well worth checking out. They will inspire you. I believe this year God has me focusing more on worship. God even lead me to a Bible by iworship that was leather bond at Lifeway for $14. It is a worship devotional Bible. It is also NLT version. I am excited because I think this will make things a little more fresh for me. I am an NIV girl at heart because I was raised on that thing. I love the other translations as well though. My church uses NKJ and my Precept courses use NASB. But the NLT will be a new and fresh look at the text. I am looking forward to it.

If you have made it this far on this post then the Lord bless you! Sometimes I just need to ramble these ponderings in my head. I am lifting a prayer for each of you today. May the Lord bless you and let you see things through His eyes. May you feel a great portion of His great love for you. He is so in love with you.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

I Have Been Carded.

Shelley has carded me with this meme.
Here are the rules:
1. Each player starts with 5 gifts that they would want for the New Year.
2. People who are “CARDED” need to write their own Blog about their 5 things & post these rules.
3. At the end of your Blog, you need to choose 5 people to get “CARDED” and list their names.
4. Don’t forget to leave them a COMMENT telling them they’re “CARDED”, and to read your Blog.

Who knows what 2008 will hold - but I look forward to it with great expectation. So my 5 gifts would be:

1. To grow in a deeper and more intimate way with Christ.
2. To see our family members who don't know Jesus come to know Him.
3. To be a blessing to those around me by distributing grace freely.
4. To get more things published in God's perfect timing of course.
5. To keep my eyes on Jesus in all things and live a balanced life.

So, if you are reading and want to participate in this please do and let me know!

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

The Book is In!


Okay here it is. My first published print work! Please celebrate with me. I have contributed five devotions to this book. Also, some other bloggy friends, Kelli and Kara have some devotions in there as well. If you are interested in a copy you can go to our ministry page. They are $10 and selling well. That is a praise.

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Live Well Wednesday-Post Holiday Victory


I just need to post that I am doing well. All areas at the moment are in balance with body and soul. Over the holiday I did extremely well compared to the years before. I am learning to eat only when I am hungry. I am living more actively. I am making wiser food choices for me and my family. I give all the praise to God. I heavily depended on Him and will continue to do so. I feel that the stronghold of overeating is gone but I am on guard.

Not sure about the weight thing. I believe we are getting a scale soon because my husband is planning on joining the journey. I cannot wait to see how everyone else is doing. I am glad to have the accountability with you all.

Check out the others at Darlene's blog or better yet join in!

Tiny Talk Tuesday


Go over to Mary's to see what others are saying about Tiny Talk.
Here are things I overheard over the past couple of weeks.

H-Sissy, I need some help.
K-Oh, honey you need help? Hold on one second I am stuck in a box.
(I peered in to see if she was really stuck and found her painting one of those big Christmas delivery boxes. So she was really stuck but with a purpose-my little artist.)

H-Mom, I want some bizzert.

K-Mom, I need the lellow crayon.
Translation-Yellow. She even knows how to spell it and that y says yay but it still comes out lellow. :)

Monday, January 7, 2008

Dance War

Okay I just could not resist posting a quick note on this new show that I absolutely love! It is on ABC on Monday nights. It was on at 8pm tonight so I guess it will be the same next week. Despite some costume choices this show has great potential. If you love dance, vocals, and performance then this is a good show to check out. (This is my background so I am probably overly excited about it-if only I was about 10 years younger :))

Marriage Monday-Three Things Your Daughter Must Know


Today is Marriage Monday. See what others are saying at e-mom's blog and join in on the discussion.

Three things your daughter must know for marriage. This is so important to me because I did all things the wrong way. I can come up with many things to share but since we are going with three I will list the three most important things that made the biggest difference.

1-Do not be unequally yoked.
Because of not following this instruction from God's word my husband and I suffered much pain. It took ten years to really get our marriage to what God designed it to be. The husband was made to be the spiritual leader of the home. On one hand it has been amazing to see God's transforming power on a marriage and how He could take two messed up people and make them whole. That is amazing but the deep pain that we had to walk through, press through, and weep through was something that I would not want to wish on anyone. So, do things right the first time and it will save much pain and grief. Although God will restore those wasted years it would be better to not have wasted them at all.

Did I stress that enough? It is so important to talk things out with one another. Especially your feelings and the way you see things. Always remember your spouse cannot read your mind. You come from two very different backgrounds and upbringings. Just because my dad showed me or my mom love by doing certain things does not mean my husband will automatically do that too. Learn one another. Study one another. Never stop talking openly and honestly without nagging or accusation.

This should be first on the list really. It is so important to pray for your spouse. Pray that God gives you the proper perspective on things. Always remember you are one and your losses are his and your victories are his. You share everything and are one. You need proper perspective at all times in this. It is easy to think your spouse is your enemy. Remember you are on the same team. Only God can keep you fixed on the proper perspective.

Saturday, January 5, 2008

New Year, New Blogs

Hey all I just wanted to ask you all to check out my friend Amy's new blog. She is new to the blogging world so go over and give her a bloggity welcome. You will not regret it.

Also, Kelli has given her blog a new and fresh look with a new name so you need to check her out too and give her a shout.

I will be back and posting soon. It seems that it takes a bit for this time of year to slow down or get back into the swing of things. But my lack of blogging has been filled with fun family time so that is always more important and priceless. See you all soon. In the meantime go check out my sisters in the Lord a shout.
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