Showing posts from February, 2011

The Sunday Six: Edition: The Come-Back

It's the triumphant return on The Sunday Siiiiix!  (In my head, I sound like a wrestling announcer when I say that... say it again in your Are you ready to rumble? voice.)  I'm bringing back The Six because of the even more triumphant return of the internet to my houuussseeee (Amen?)(now making posting and life in general, more convenient)!  I'm as happy as a dog with two tails.
-1- the internet  It's the obvious favored front-runner, I don't know how I missed it for so long.  I love it.  I really do.  Especially when it's conveniently located right in my living room.  They say you don't know what ya got til' it's gone, and honey, I'm here to testify. -2- my gardening small group I'm learning about plants.  And it's fun! I hope to learn how to keep them alive through my preferred method. constant neglect ...because I can really appreciate the living flowers.
miss etiquette dress Really, how could I not love a dress with such a name!  (...not b…

Filling The Cracks

Why would a girl who has enough trouble keeping up with one blog begin posting on a second one?  It's a fair question.  It is.  It's because they invited me to, and also because I wanted to be involved. Our church started a blog for The Ladies (saying that makes me want to sing it like KJ: This one is forrr the ladiessss! This one's for allll o' y'allll!)... anyway, there are 10 contributing writers and I'm one of them.  We're going through Beth Moore's book, So Long Insecurity (it's a good one) and posting about it there, so if you'd like to join us, come on down! The question was: When was the last time you came face-to-face with our gender's massive struggle with insecurity? Describe the setting. reposted from I think I’ve always known girls were insecure. Maybe having a twin sister helped to solidify that early on. Comparing came with birth. It didn’t take long for me to begin to ask myself whether what was different about me wa…