Sunday, November 20, 2011

sunday reflections

we did our typical routine this sunday. coffee. breakfast. morning shyness followed by giggles of sunshine. all my favorite.

the girls were promoted to the next class at church; in which i'm thrilled to say they are now learning about the happy. we laern it at home but what better place to hear bible stories than the center point of gods ministry?

the weather was amazing. a little bit of crispness but warm enough for shorts or a dress with rubber boots.  totally perfect if yous ask me.

we picked our christmas angel off the tree at church. a two year old little girl name keila. i figured a child similar in age to the girls would be a good choice. i think god led my hand to her card for a reason. i'm on that journey to learn what it is if meant so.

christmas presents were worked on. a few hours of sewing and i'm almost finished.

i love our lazy weekends and sundays filled with blessings.
praying yours was as blessed.
sweet prayers and luvins to all my friends out there.

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  1. Sounds like such a sweet Sunday! Way to go on doing some Christmas gifts!

  2. Hi!
    Lovely pictures. Love the skirt and boots picture. Have a great day!

    Food for Thought

  3. Loveliness... I love Sunday morning like that. I do have to say that the other perfect place to be learning and hearing His word is at home with momma and daddy. But I bet you already knew that. ;)

    Thanks for stopping by "Smoochin' in the Kitchen". I have to tell you that as I was writing that post I was thinking that I should have told you about that recipe a while ago when you asked me. It's nice and soft, warm and tasty. Perfect little hands, mouths and tummies!

    Lots of love!

  4. I love the crisp Fall weather. Yay, for moving up in Sunday school. My littles are always so excited about that.


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