Mrs. Sarah Coller

  It’s 4:00 am and I’m up browsing some of my favorite blogs. I just came across this quote from a favorite blogger on another favorite blogger‘s site: “I work for a King. He has put me in charge of his home. When He comes to see how I have managed His possessions and His […]

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Hello Friends! Wow! I don’t know about you but this year seemed to completely fly by for our family! We made lots of great friends and special memories—but there’s a big part of me that is saying, slow down! So, New Year Resolution Number One is: stay home more! Do you make New Year Resolutions? Some years […]

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This week has been one of upheaval for our family as we’ve suddenly been required to find a new home. Like I told a friend, this isn’t our first rodeo and I learned long ago not to stress about stuff like this. God always works it out and the blessings are always more than the […]

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Do you have a book wish list? I do and one book at the very top of it is the modern version of Martha Lloyd’s cookbook. Martha Lloyd was the close friend of Jane Austen’s family who lived with the author, her sister, and her widowed mother before eventually marrying Jane’s brother, Frank. She kept […]

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  “I found peacefulness of spirit in a quiet forest glade. And a beauty in it’s silence that a city never made.   The reflections of a tree-top and a cloudlet, fleecy white, enticed my wistful fancy to a pool off to the right.   And I languidly leaned over, and I garnered from the […]

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  You’ll love the blend of herbs and spices in this one, as well as my meaty money-saving tip.  Since the beginning of my marriage, a hearty pot of spaghetti has always been my go-to frugal family recipe. As my family has grown, I’ve found ways to adapt favorite meals to accommodate our budget while […]

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About a year and a half ago, I wrote about my fear of letting my kids join our church’s youth group. Growing up, youth group was my cover for all kinds of bad behavior, so my experience told me it should be avoided at all costs. My husband, who grew up very differently and had […]

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“In your anger, do not sin.” ~Ephesians 4:26 As a busy mommy of nine, I’ve experienced my share of angry outbursts—both from me and from my children. Perhaps a little one got into big sister’s art supplies…again. Maybe I’ve asked for “quiet voices while the baby sleeps” one too many times. On any given day, […]

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