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Month: April 2012

Life, lately

I went  to Johnson City today to spend the day with my two oldest joys on Friday.  Taylor had a medical school tour at my very own alma mater and then a spring concert (he’s in choir at ETSU.)  It doesn’t hardly seem right that he could be old enough to be applying to med […] Read more…

{spicy} Tomato Soup

This is life{in}grace rerun and is dedicated to my new bff , Paige,  and her daughter Caroline, who have officially made this soup more than me. But while smarter folks than I try to figure out all the things that have been going wrong with my blog for the past two months, give this  American […] Read more…

Read Books and Live Well, part 1

This post is lengthy with lots of links but don’t miss the giveaway at the end! I’m passionate about reading and about promoting reading in my circle of influence.  I’m on a quest to read the classics that I never really enjoyed in high school or never read at all. I hope this series will […] Read more…

DIY woman silhouette art

I hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend.  I’m still basking in the joys and trying to recover! I’m working on a marathon post in which I tell you all the minutiae of my life. I know you’ll be waiting on pins and needles.  It’s riveting stuff. Now back to ‘woman silhouette art’. I saw […] Read more…

good friday

His suffering has brought us every perfect gift. Much love and blessings as we celebrate His life, death and resurrection! ************** I’ll see you sometime next week and hope you enjoy the beautiful (and free!) Easter printables and fail proof cake pop method, just in time for a beautiful Easter weekend. Read more…

baptized into His death……

Reposted from April 2010. ******************** Something is  happening to her.   I’m not altogether sure that she fully grasps it.      It started when she quit work.     And it further heightened when she brought her children home to educate them.   Maybe you’d call it an epiphany.   Or an awakening.   […] Read more…