One of my very favorite bloggers, Elizabeth, lists 25 Things Good Moms Do Without Even Realizing It. (And I also need to include her post on How My Children Showed Me Why God Doesn’t Force Us to Love Him.)
Kari lists 10 Things Parents of Middle Schoolers Should Know.
Ann shared The Unexpected Secret About “Boring Men” – and the Women Who Love Them.
Sinea has 10 Fun Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids.
While I’m still waiting for the Christmas spirit to strike me, I do like the simple ways Liz dressed up the space in her Winter Wonderland Christmas Kitchen.
Finally, these Pecan Pie Truffles look like they’d be a sweet ending to a Thanksgiving meal!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!
Elizabeth Spencer says
Oh my goodness, Tracey! Thank you so, so much, not only for the sweet salute but also for your precious and kind words! I hope you know by now that YOU are one of my very favorite bloggers. Everything you write strikes my mind and heart in the best and truest ways. Thank you for including me in your round-up this week! Both those pieces you so generously shared are among my most treasured, personally. And speaking of treasures…AHH! I’m seeing your wonderful post “What Ruth Teaches Me About Trusting God”…and you’d better believe I’ll be using and sharing that soon when my ladies’ Bible study group finishes our FABULOUS current study (I mean it…when you’re done with Priscilla’s armor of God study, go directly without passing go to her INCREDIBLE Discerning the Voice of God study) and moves on to a Ruth study! Thank you again, lovely lady. You and your writings are treasures to me.
Thank you for the Bible study recommendations!! I will be putting those on my list for sure.
I just love the heart that comes through in each of your posts, and they’re just too good not to share!! Hope you and your sweet family have a lovely weekend, and a special Thanksgiving season!
The “Parents of Middle Schoolers” post spoke right to my heart!
I enjoyed the things that good moms do and the post about parenting middle schoolers. But I really appreciated Ann Voskamp’s post; I saw often that I married a boring man, and I’m so glad I did. It may be boring, but he goes to work every day and comes home from work every night. And I LOVE it!
Well said!! I know that I’m often not appreciative enough of my husband, and all the wonderful ways he supports our family!