Thursday, November 11, 2010

My daughter is blogging!

My oldest daughter has started a blog, and as soon as my granddaughter gets over here today and shows me how--or rather, does it for me--I am going to post her button on my blog. This gal has some fun stuff on her blog! Her youngest wrote yesterday about her snake bite that she received while Mom was out getting vitamins at the health food store. I guess that's why this blog is so fun. Never a dull moment in that household.

Maybe that's why mine is so sparse lately. Not enough going on, and not enough thinking going on in my brain. I must practice thinking more often!

Well, today is tea party day for the granddaughters. I'll at least have some cute pictures to post.

We are going to be talking about giving thanks. I'm so thankful to have the opportunity to do these things with the little girls. Although one told me yesterday that she would rather go fishing with her grandfather than to go to the tea parties. She is a bit of a tom girl, albeit a beautiful one.

If you read this before my post comes up for the tea party, take some time to contemplate on 1 Thessalonians 5:17, "Pray without ceasing." A very profound verse. What in the world does it mean? How can we pray without ceasing? I have to sleep sometime! I have some thoughts on that passage that I'll share with the little girls and then with you.

Have a great day. It's warm here in Arkansas today. I have the windows open and hear the children waiting for the school bus--before 7 a.m.


Cranberry Morning

Sounds like a great day for you. I'm with the granddaughter who'd rather go fishing than to a tea party. :-) So nice that she has the opportunity to do both and someone to remind her of the many blessings God has given us. Have a wonderful time with the girls.


Hooray for your daughter. Looking forward to the link so we can read her blog! Pray without me it means always haven't an open communication with the Lord. Not necessarily stopping every few minutes to pray, but to talk with him throughout the day, in your heart, and even in your mind. It's something you have to work at, and I'm still working. Or as the song says, "He's still working on me."

Cranberry Morning

Thanks for your comment on my 'First Snow' post. We once drove through Arkansas on our way home from Texas in January. We couldn't believe how people were all bundled up in parkas, when we were wearing t-shirts! It is not unusual for us to get -40 degrees F. sometime in December or January. One year, I think it was 1979, we actually had -60 degrees, but that was very unusual and fortunately we've not done that again! :-0

Hope your tea party went well. Sounds just delightful!

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