Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Zulily

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Check out this matching Girl/Doll outfit that I just purchased for my daughter.
I paid just $22.99 plus shipping, then I get free shipping on anything else I purchase for the rest of the day! You will love the brands and even more so, the great prices!! You can click here to head on over to Zulily!
Enjoy your shopping
 God bless and Merry Christmas

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

$100.00 Amazon gift card giveaway!

Wouldn't this be a great help with Christmas coming up?! Goodluck to you all and God bless!
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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Animal whisperer

     Here is Angela's pet calf Lucky
She is so good with animals of all shapes and sizes :-)
She sure was sad when Lucky got attacked by bobcats and was killed.
She would run in the pasture with him, like kids racing
They would love on each other.....it was like a part of the family.
This Christmas, I would like to find her a miniature dog of some kind.
Something small enough to lay on her without hurting her.
I could use prayers that we find something priced very reasonable
Update...we found an adorable doggie named Charlie!


Friday, September 28, 2012

Mismatch Day Contest

For all my friends and followers who on also on Pinterest, International Homeschool Spirit Week is hosting a contest for the best dressed Mismatch Day. The picture with the most repins, wins $50.00 for homeschool supplies! As you all know, $50.00 is a great help. Please take a moment to click our picture here , then re-pin. Thanks all!!

                                          Click here to re-pin

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Raised Right by Alisa Harris


  Harris's childhood years were exactly what you'd envision for a girl raised by conservative parents. She was home-schooled, attended a very traditional church, and spent many days picketing abortion clinics.
College forced her to interact with people who believed differently than she did, while also opening her eyes to the state of politics.
   Harris uses stories from her childhood to illustrate the contrasting beliefs.Anybody who was raised in a strong evangelical environment can certainly relate to the many extreme beliefs the author discusses and quite possibly they, too, have found themselves in the midst of questioning those beliefs as they reached adulthood.
   Harris touches on many topics from abortion, war, economics and the virtue of belonging to a party simply because your parents do.

Source: youtu.be via Angie on Pinterest