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This time of year seems to be the busiest for us. It seems like we are being pulled in so many directions. Once school starts we have school work, field trips, library trips, school planning, homeschool group commitments, club meetings, and extracurricular activities.   Fall brings fall festivals, planning and shopping for the holidays, Christmas […]

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  Dear Mothers and Housewives, I was discussing social media with my dear husband recently.  While my husband only has one social media account for work, I have several that I’ve set up over the years.  I am very grateful for a husband who thinks carefully about how his time is spent and puts the […]

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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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Years ago, as I was standing in the scrapbook aisle at Hobby Lobby and looking for decorative paper, I overheard a little girl make the most precious comment. About ten years old, she thumbed through the papers in front of her, while her mother looked through the racks above her head. Occasionally, her mom would […]

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Do you ever wish that you could sit down and write letters to your daughter giving her advice from your experience on marriage and other important topics? Well one mom did just that AND she published a book for all of us to learn from and enjoy! It is Letters to My Daughters: The Art […]

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Have you ever complained about one of your physical features in front of your daughter?  For instance, have you ever said, “My hair looks horrible”, “I’m fat”, “I’m getting wrinkles”, or maybe even, “I’m not pretty”?  If you are saying these things in front of your daughter, don’t be surprised when you hear her mimicking […]

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All of the decorations are taken down with the exception of a few words glistening with glitter in the green grass. I bend over to pick a few up. There I stood staring. The staring lingered as I saw the words “GRAD” and “CONGRATS”. What am I going to do now? Our youngest child has […]

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When my older daughters were younger I had a book called Keepers of the Faith.   It is a handy book that I used to teach my daughters life and homemaking skills and conveniently all in a little pink book for inspiration. I wanted to share about it today because some of you, if you […]

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