2016-09-05 · 22:00
For those poor dears who don’t know Lisa, there’s joy awaiting you at KidsCrumbsandCrackers.
From the UK Lisa delightfully shares the world of a wife, mother of four young humans and is your all-purpose lovely person with an uncanny wit and humor. Considering her job a privilege (and a happy diversion from domesticity), she shares her expertise by caring for especially special people, adults with learning disabilities, and an occasional prince, unveiling the truth that she is rare, and adorable in her own right.
Be advised going in that conversation with Lisa can go on for days, and one never knows where it will lead. Personally, I’ve never been disappointed.
Not always serious subject matter but always genuine, this seasoned veteran mom of four has learned a few things from Lisa. Do pop by and have a look-see.
“Charm can be deceptive and physical beauty will not last, but a woman who reveres the Eternal should be praised above all others. Celebrate all she has achieved. Let all her accomplishments publicly praise her.” Proverbs 31:30,31 (The Voice)
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2016-03-04 · 10:34
Welcome my sisters! Some of the posts and things you will find on this site will challenge you, make you uncomfortable and maybe downright mad. You may even stop reading or visiting this site. With that being said…
Source: Lady in Waiting
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2016-03-02 · 17:22
I hope What’s Next readers enjoy this delightful reblog by my blogosphere buddy Mitch Teemley:
How to be Happy
My holiday comedy sketch The Thanksgiving Fairy features Rick and Toodie, a married couple who are having one of those “nothing-to-be-thankful-for” days. Ever had one of those?
The setting is a laundromat:
To read more see the original post at Mitch Teemley’s blog, The Power of Story
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