As a family we support a little boy named Twizerimana in Africa. I feel that it is important to give back to people. Often times we get so wrapped up in our daily lives and goings on we forget there are those around us who need something we can give.
Tizerimana J. Baptiste
Hearts for the World
My pastor from a long ago world away is involved in this ministry. This is a ministry I can get behind and really support. To give these people a hand up not a hand out and give them the opportunity to make a life for themselves and their family is an amazing thing. You can click on the link above to read all about it. If you feel led to help it would be so appreciated.
My pastor Jan and his wife Sydney with the wonderful people of Rwanda.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
With the close of 2012 I, as most of the world, have been going through some self reflection. I realized that I love to work in my craft room. Love sewing, crocheting and knitting and what not. However, the second my husband gets home and we eat dinner...down we sit in the matching chairs in the living room. Fortunately, we have the same schedules and he gets home roughly 45 minutes after me. So I have dinner on the table and we eat and then plop we go into the chairs. From time to time he golfs which gives me time in my sewing room. I am trying to turn over a new leaf and get something done this year so that by the time Christmas gets here, which will come all too soon, I will have something to show for my sitting in my mama chair. I'm hoping I can get enough time at the beginning of this year to organize projects to sew in my chair and projects I can work on in the sewing room when he's gone. Of course, there are never a shortage of projects which is a good thing! Here's to a productive 2013! Happy New Year everyone!
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Sunday, February 5, 2012
As anyone who knows me, knows I love food. I only make this meal once or twice a year because it's so unhealthy...but I do know how to make it and my family loves it! I think it may be a lost art. Truly...THOUGHTS?!