11.02.2008

No Need for the Sunday Paper

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Don't forget!
MUFFIN TIN MONDAY is tomorrow.
Still no theme this week.
BUT, I am giving those of you who
check my blog on Sundays a sneak peek at the
next theme: Family Heritage (Nov. 10)

(you can also do foods/recipes passed down from your family)
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photo by Andreia

Linky goodness:

Make and Takes: a clever idea to embellish those plain plastic storage containers. Makes me think to myself "Now, why didn't I think of that?" Marie, awesome job!!

Blissfully Domestic:
10 things your husband wishes you wouldn't do. (I link to #8, but they are all good!)

Simple Mom: The Jesse Tree. An Advent related tool to tell the story of Christ during (and leading up to Christmas.). I think I will be trying to do a Jesse Tree of my own for our family. There are so many ways you can bring Christ into Christmas and this would be an excellent for our family.

Just For Fun
: Sandy has an adorable foot print palm tree! Those trees do have sole, indeed!

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Scripture Reading for this most beautiful of Sundays:

John 3:16 For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten son, that whomsoever believes in him, shall not perish, but have everlasting life.
It's the first verse (other than "God created the heavens and the earth") I ever memorized (way back when I was 6 years old!).

Do you have a favorite verse? Can remember the first verse you ever memorized? Share it with me and leave a comment!!!

3 comments:

  1. It's the first verse I memorized too! Thanks:)

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  2. Hi michelle,

    Here is my link:

    http://sycamorestirrings.blogspot.com/2008/11/muffin-tin-monday-goodbye-3.html

    Thanks!
    Katy

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  3. thanks for the reminders! I dont know if your kids are too young, but usually our kids love to be a part of donating toys they dont play with anymore! Try it out as it gets closer to christmas. We're going to help the kids make piles of throw away toys, and give away toys, then adopt a family for christmas. It's amazing how much young kids can grasp and desire to help others! thanks again for the post

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