Come in, sit down, relax, converse,
Our house doesn't always look like this -
Sometimes it's even worse.
I was all prepped and ready for 1:00 naptime to hit so I could post my Thankful Wednesday post.
Did I mention the temperature has three digits today?
Happy Thursday, all.
I'm thankful I was able to sweep away enough magnetic doll clothes to set my lunch plate down.
Pretty sure the pink warrior here is thankful he isn't looking for a nose job like the guy on the left...
My current memory verse on the ledge above the kitchen sink...I have REALLY enjoyed being a part of Beth Moore's Scripture Memory Team this year. You commit to memorizing a verse every two weeks for the year. It's incredibly encouraging to visit her blog every two weeks and see God's Word being hidden away in the hearts of hundreds of women.
This bit of awesomeness came in the mail today, and yes, I blame my boards on Pinterest.
Thankful that I have a window to see the hot, hot garden wilting away. Note to self: Bust out the compost next year for the parched area in front of the birdbath. Also, it would help to plant something there.
A friend just gave me a sweet tutorial on making hairbows last week. I haven't had time to make any more, but if the ones I have made in my head would materialize, we'd be set on hairbows for a long, long time.
You know, diapers really should have messages for the parents instead of the babies. The Professor isn't checking out Cookie Monster when he's getting changed - he's too busy twisting & arching & attempting escape. Things like...
Cleaned out now...the next diaper won't be so bad! (Diapers for the New Parents)
Just wait until the next one, Mommy & Daddy... (Diapers for the Seasoned Parents)
Sometimes the Internet is too overwhelming, so this has been a *fabulous* vegetable gardening Bible - Rodale's Growing Fruits & Vegetables Organically. And I got it for free using Paperback Swap. Double points!
For the glory of God alone...the most thankful of all.
What are you thankful for this