Archive | March, 2010

Flying Frantic – The Purse

As I fly frantically through another busy day, I’m blogging on my third area of organization to help the flight be on time with a lot less turbulence.  Day one I talked about the Purse Project.  Yesterday, I explained why my husband calls me The Bag Lady. A mom’s purse is a wonderful, horrible experience in hoarding, […]

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Flying Frantic – Organize with Tote Bags

 While flying frantically through your busy life, it’s possible to organize your life and responsibilities with tote bags. Tote bags?? I can hear you questioning my wisdom. Tote bags are the answer to the always-late, forgot-something, don’t-have-a-pen-or-tissue syndrome busy women have? Yes, tote bags. My husband lovingly calls me The Ol’ Bag Lady partly in jest […]

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MM Meditation – Outside the Camp

Today’s devotional was written by my favorite preacher, my husband Scott.  This is a thought that has blessing his heart this past week, and I wanted to share the blessing. ****************** Exodus 33:7 Moses took his tent and pitched it outside the camp, far from the camp, and called it the tabernacle of meeting. And […]

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Poddy Training Axe Murderers

After rehashing Blank Slate and  Boys Are Boys And Girls Are Girls, the final college theory I wanna revisit concerns poddy training. I have accomplished this six times and recently have been a life-coach via the cell-phone. “Yea, Brookie, did you go poo-poo in the poddy? Gramma is so happy with you!” “Brookie, do you wear […]

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Children Are A Blank Slate?!?!

I learned many interesting theories in my  university education courses.  I say interesting to be gracious, but I really mean ludicrous.  After sitting through an hour of Educational Psychology, I would walk out of the class wondering if the psychologists had raised any children of their own.  It seemed that they just peeped through big […]

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How To Raise A Crook

The tract was printed years ago by Faith, Prayer and Tract League out of Grand Rapids, Michigan. At $.20 per dozen, or $1 for 100, the prices were inexpensive, but the thoughts are priceless, and timeless. 1.  Begin from infancy to give the child everything he wants.  This way he will grow up to believe […]

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MM Meditation – Losses and Crosses

“You have made summer and winter.” Psalm 74:17 by Charles Haddon Spurgeon My soul begin this wintry month with your God. The cold snows and the piercing winds all remind you that He keeps His covenant with day and night, and tend to assure you that He will also keep that glorious covenant which He has made with you in […]

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