Sunday, June 12, 2011

Weekender

I am aiming to blog at the end of each week--with no guilt attached if I don't, of course--life's too precious for that ;)  ....but it is a goal.  I thought of naming it something to do with Friday--but too much pressure, there; after all, the weekend can be 3-4 days!  I am still fighting the Mac/Picasa-PC thing.  Ideally, I should be able to upload (or is it download...hmm...) pics from iPhoto to Picasa Web albums which are so much more blogger-friendly.  Alas, all tips and guides online have not worked out.  I guess a trip to see my peeps at the Apple store is in my near future.  Anyway, without further ado, here's a bit (the fun bits) of my week in review:

Books that have blessed:
Becoming a Woman of Simplicity: "I am afraid that, as the serpent deceived Eve by his craftiness, your minds will be led astray from the simplicity ... of devotion to Christ." 2 Corinthians 11:3I have been in group studies twice for this one and have re-read on my own twice--Excellent!
Discovering Soul Care (Soul Care Resources)Thank you, Marni, for this treat.  Been through it twice as well.

















Experiencing God Day-By-Day: A Devotional and JournalThanks to Laurie S. for gifting me with this great devotional.

Acceptable Loss: A William Monk Novel...and just for the fun of reading, I am currently into a trilogy of this mystery series set in 1860's London.

THE MUNCHKINS
were over for some
     bird walking....


















....hill climbing...

...duck/goose watching (they have babies!)

...and rock climbing...



....munching & crafting & reading....




SEWING:
A bag to hold my hand washing (yes, I hand wash--I iron, too :) and a bag for bags (I re-use the veggie bags from Sprouts in my bathroom waste basket--much nicer to drop in the trash than a bunch of loose tissues and much grosser things, you know?  
Baby gifts for Amanda :)
Finally, I was hurriedly straightening up the house post Munchkins and pre Friends and stacked these library books without thinking.  I think, that together, these volumes speak volumes, don't you?

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