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Greens to Go

BTW — I didn’t mean to give any of you a startle by posting ebay links to maternity clothes. I’m still pregnant! Happily growing more uncomfortable as our little girl adds girth and strength in utero (and her kicks and stretches become stronger in response). We’re a week or so into the third trimester now and if all goes well, …

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First Ebay Listings (Used Maternity Clothes)

Sorry I haven’t really blogged today! It’s 9:30PM and I’m just now coming up for air. Whew! A good day, but a FULL day. One big project I tackled was my very first listing of a bunch of used maternity clothes on ebay. I was just going to just give them away as usual–and if no one bids on them, …

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Deleting Blogs

I am reflecting further on the destructive power of our words as I (yet again) clean up my temporary blog list. (I think I’ve mentioned before how I keep track of new blogs in a “temporary” folder so that I can occasionally read them and see if they are worth keeping around. It takes a really good blog to stay …

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Originated in Hell

Pastor (and cartoonist!) Joe McKeever recently had an interesting post about church conflict and pastors with an ending that is definitely worth your time. Let me give you a just a portion of the entire post and you can click on through to the entire post if you are interested. (Be forewarned, however, that the first story is a little …

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Homeschooling Choices (HT: Jess!)

I really appreciate Jess’s winsome and wise writing style–and MAN! Her kids are CUTE! So if you’re interested in reading about homeschooling, why not pop over to: Homeschool Curriculum Choices — A Stream of Consciousness Analysis

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Object – Relational – Life Meaning Lusts (HT: CCEF)

Tim Challies linked over to a great CCEF article that I encourage you to check out: When the Problem Is S*xual Sin–A Counseling Model The author, John Bettler, uses a three-tiered pyramid analogy (with “Lust Object” at the top, “Relational Lusts” in the middle and “Life-Meaning Luses” at the bottom) to illustrate his teaching points. There are many excellent points …

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Hysterical

(This is a post from TakeYourVitaminZ. Totally cracked me up–BUT, you really only have to watch the first 30 seconds of the video to have a good laugh. I have no idea why they made the video so long.) “Jennifer and Jim kept getting huge water bills. They knew beyond a doubt that the bills weren’t representative of their actual …

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Unlikely Smuggler

(I can’t remember if I posted this for you guys in an earlier blog post. But I was looking something up on my laptop and stumbled across the OLD OLD essay I wrote, you know, a zillion years ago and thought it might give you a chuckle or two. Can you believe I was such a little smuggler back when …

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Beating Cancer

Pastor Jollyblogger linked over to this photo essay and, well, through my tears I just had to post it for you too. Hope your Thursday was a good one — I enjoyed so many blessings–but I think I may be physically pushing a little too hard this week. (I write that on my way to bring the fourth load of …

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Take Time to be Holy

I started my day today with Joni Eareckson Tada’s Holiness in Hidden Places. (Well, actually I started my day at 4AM by comforting Sophia after a slightly troubling dream. She couldn’t get back to sleep until 5:00, so we snuggled and chatted in her room. And then I couldn’t get back to sleep until 6:30. It’s now 9AM, she’s STILL …

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