I agree! All the goodness comes swirling together when it looks good, smells good, tastes good, and feels good!
I just might need to go and make myself a cup of tea real quick... But I'll be honest, Shannon -- the teacup in the first picture has me a wee bit jealous! ;-)
Beautiful roses!! Exactly like the sort I want to plant in our front beds...something that will ramble all over a trellis...Oh, and I was wondering if your package had arrived? I'm hoping I didn't wait to long for the sizing...
Oohhh lovely tea cup. I love tea also (just blogged about it, actually). What tea do you like best? I also recently read somewhere about using an old or cheap teapot as a pot for a plant. But a vase works just as well! :)Blessings,This Good Life
Shannon, My daughter has been following your blog for some time now, and her comments about your blog have inspired her (and thus, me)!It is a delight to see young people growing in the way of the Lord as they start their families. As an older woman nearing 60, I am praying for a continuing revival of hearts toward Jesus and the home.I appreciate your example. Sincerely, Jacqueline
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