"Therefore, last week went by with nary a word written. And, this week, I decided my soul whimpers a little when I don't make time to write. However, I can't find more than 24 hours a day in my life, and try as hard as I can, I don't have the energy when everyone else is asleep around me at the end of the day, to break out my computer to write. So, I have combined last week's Gratitude moment with this week's, praying that this doesn't become a monthly project, rather than weekly!" What are you most grateful for this week?
Looking for a side-dish that starts out by looking like "fresh Christmas in a bowl"? Want a colder dish, since you live in a climate not conducive to hot sides? Or, want something to store away for the summer months or next great gathering? Don't miss the links to the recipe I recently made (and recommend)!
"I've never written about breastfeeding my children, and I pray (literally) my daughter weans before she enters PreK. But, in honor of World Breastfeeding Awareness Week, I felt compelled to address this topic." This week's Gratitude Project addresses the gratitude I have for the support I have found for extended breastfeeding my children - support in terms of education and emotional support.
Working through a little inspiration deprivation, so I decided to use some pictures from last month, and present my favorite breakfast recipe. I'm sure plenty of people already do a variation of this, but it got some writing juices flowing!
Since I decided to not eat meat on Friday, we celebrated on Thursday, and today, instead! And, did you know "God is well-rested, and never tires of waiting for us"? God isn't tired - lucky Him. Read more for My Sunday Best and some ways we celebrated St. Paddy's Day this week!