March 31, 2012

Saturday Share - March 31, 2012

Yikes!  We're at the end of another month, already.  Is it just me or does time actually seem to go much faster the older you get?  And the more you have to do?

Not much going on today.  Tim and his brother are working on the new wiring in the church building.  Once I'm done here I need to shower, get started on the laundry that's taking over my bedroom, and find something to make for the fellowship dinner at church.

Maybe it's a slow day for you, too, so here's some cool things seen around the internet this week....



How big are God's dreams for us?  Sarah Mae has some thoughts on this.

Do your thoughts and comments about divorce make it worse for those experiencing it?
Ellen shares how it feels from the other side.

Have you ever thought of scrapbooking your journey with God?  I admit I haven't,
but then I don't actually scrapbook anything so I'm probably not a good example.
Dawn shares an interview with Dawn Stegall of Faithfully Yours.
I am intrigued.
(And FYI, Dawn is going to begin featuring the testimonies of her readers
and guess who is up first?  Little old moi.  If I get my act together it should
be posted this week....probably on Monday.)

Ann Voskamp has a wonderful post on holding a Christian Passover Meal.
Complete with a free print out of menu, table settings, and seder.

The Unknown Mami explains how to use Windows Live Writer
to add a watermark to your photographs.

And this story from Ginger Lemon Girl....well, just have the tissues handy.

And the Pinterest pin of the week:

Love the visual representation.
(source)

Have a wonderful weekend, everyone...and let your hearts prepare for the celebration as we enter Easter week!

3 comments:

Ellen Stewart (aka Ellie/El/e/Mrs. Seaman) said...

Thanks for the link.

The comments, as usual, are better than my post.

Are you doing the jar thing?

Stacy said...

You're welcome. Not yet, but as soon as I scrounge up two jars and find the marbles I have around here somewhere.

Beth Zimmerman said...

Love that jar idea! Whenever I get my head wrapped around getting my butt in gear (again) I think I'll do that. Of course ... my starting jar will be WAY more full than that one. But it will be awesome to watch the gradual transfer!

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