Archive for August, 2011

George Washington Carver~Book Sneeze Review

Friday, August 5th, 2011

  I received a free copy of this book from BookSneeze (free books for bloggers). James and I studied the Civil War all year last year and we briefly mentioned George Washington Carver. He’s not really part of the Civil War story, but he was born a slave and became a great man so he […]

From Outside The Frame

Friday, August 5th, 2011

I’ll probably never make this but it’s cute! How to make a sewing box from a book Ideas for organizing kid’s art Crock pot Mexican Chicken Another cool crock pot idea–make quick bread in your crock pot. I should try this! Roasted salsa verde recipe–looks good! Salsa verde is my new “thing”. Tastes yummy plus […]

Better

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

Thank you for praying for me yesterday! I could tell! I went outside with my Bible and my devotion books and a big cup of stevia lemonade (with ice!). It helped a lot. I’m reading Francis Chan’s Forgotten God and the section I read yesterday said to stop and read John 14-16 and think about […]

Today

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

Today I feel like I’m fighting a heavy spirit. I’m asking the Lord to help me trust about the job/ money situation. That seems to be an hourly battle. I feel like I’m carrying burdens about a lot of things and I don’t know why today is harder than any other day. My heavy spirit […]

VBS

Monday, August 1st, 2011

I told Pastor last year that I would lead Vacation Bible School this summer. Then I forgot about it until this spring when he reminded me. Oh yeah! Our church hasn’t had VBS for a few years, so I’m glad to be able to get it organized. It’s been a lot of work and a […]

Works of God ~Share a Blessing

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Anyone blessed out there this week? Or are you all blessing- less? 🙂   1. God provided for us this past week in some great unexpected ways. Reminding me again that He knows what we need and I must trust. 2. VBS starts tonight–very exciting! 3. Free pool passes! James and I have been enjoying […]