Thanks to Marci Ferrell over at Thankful Homemaker for another review and give-away! Pop on over and enter to win!
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A couple more reviews, plus a give away for you all if you are interested….
Here Natalie Klejwa gives a very generous and sweet review of Fit to Burst (Thanks Natalie!). You can follow that up with another review and giveaway (ends this Friday), at The Legacy of Home. Thanks ladies!
Kara Haschke’s has kindly hosted the next stop on the blog tour over at her blog Home with Purpose. Hustle on over there and check it out. Don’t forget to enter the giveway! Thanks Kara!
Head on over to Christina Fox’s blog for the first installment of a Fit to Burst blog tour (and give-away!) Thanks to Christina for her review, and Q&A!
Many years ago when my husband was both in high school and working at a Chicago food restaurant, he burned himself badly. It was an exciting tale of the gas hose being loose and popping off behind the stove when a mop handle hit it, and the gas coming out of said hose while he crawled back behind the stove to fix it, just before he realized that the pilot light was still burning. He had flash burns on his face, and some second degree burns, as well as missing eyebrows and eyelashes. He went to school the next day with bandages here and there and a lot of Bacitracin on his face.
His brother was at the same time running a political campaign at the school and saw his opportunity to have Luke advertise. So my husband stood outside of Chapel holding a sign that said, “Don’t get burned, vote for Mongold!” Continue reading ‘The Human Shield’
Modesty can be a super discouraging topic of conversation, but it doesn’t need to be. Surely we can all discuss it like Christian women who are serious about what God has for us. Titus 2 lays out the things that are important for the older Christian women to be teaching the younger Christian women, and in that list there are three things that really stand out to me. 1) To be kind 2) To love their husbands and love their children and 3) To be self controlled and pure. Now each one of these things is very relevant to the topic of modesty. Continue reading ‘Why Modesty, Why?’