Tuesday, November 29, 2011

First Wild Card Tour: Triple Dog Dare Devotional by Jeremy V. Jones

It is time for a FIRST Wild Card Tour book review! If you wish to join the FIRST blog alliance, just click the button. We are a group of reviewers who tour Christian books. A Wild Card post includes a brief bio of the author and a full chapter from each book toured. The reason it is called a FIRST Wild Card Tour is that you never know if the book will be fiction, non~fiction, for young, or for old...or for somewhere in between! Enjoy your free peek into the book!

You never know when I might play a wild card on you!

Today's Wild Card author is:

Jeremy Jones

and the book:

David C. Cook (October 1, 2011)
***Special thanks to Audra Jennings, Senior Media Specialist, The B&B Media Group for sending me a review copy.***


Jeremy V. Jones is an award-winning journalist who has served as senior associate editor of Breakaway magazine. He has authored several books, including Toward the Goal: The Kaka Story and The Keeper: The Tim Hoard Story. He also writes for magazines such as Clubhouse and Christianity Today. He resides with his wife and two children in Colorado.


Boys want action. They don’t want to sit around and talk—that’s for grown-ups and girls. They engage life and relationships by doing something: skateboarding, playing games or re-creating favorite movie scenes. So why should faith be any different? That’s why Jeremy V. Jones created Triple Dog Dare: One Year of Dynamic Devotions for Boys—to provide the action boys need in order to grow their faith.

The Bible is full of action. Remember how David slew Goliath, Daniel faced those lions, Paul survived a shipwreck and Jesus stood up for a woman about to be killed? God made boys to take His truth and do something with it, to man up and change the world. These action-packed devotions for boys ages 9 to 12 are filled with godly truth and bold spiritual challenges that transform time with God into the adventure of the day.

Triple Dog Dare connects God’s Word to boys’ hearts and hands with real-life scenarios and activities. Each day is filled with short Scriptures, concise biblical truth and a daily dare, all challenging them to put their faith into practice. Scripture readings from every book of the Bible open up the action-packed Word of God. Whether it’s drawing comic strips of biblical battles, dreaming up a life list of goals, making snack packs for the homeless or producing Bible-based movies, boys will go on daily dynamic experiences with God, taking faith off the page and setting it into motion. Themes cover the daily realities of pre-teen males, including bullying, peer pressure, girls, sibling rivalry, honesty and more.

These exciting devotions will inspire boys’ hearts toward godly characteristics such as integrity, generosity and kindness. Parents will appreciate watching Christ-like traits emerge as each dare is undertaken. It is a manual that will deepen boys’ friendships with Jesus as they look forward to spending time with Him every day. So if you know a boy who is up for the challenge, triple dog dare him!

Product Details:

List Price: $14.99
Reading level: Ages 9 and up
Paperback: 432 pages
Publisher: David C. Cook (October 1, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0781404576
ISBN-13: 978-0781404570

AND NOW...THE FIRST CHAPTER (Click on images to enlarge):

My thoughts and Review:

I scanned through the book when it arrived for about 10 minutes before handing it to my 9 yr old son! I had been looking for a Devotional book for him as he was "outgrowing" the one that I had been using with him. I really like the way that is it laid out and set up for use. 6 Devotionals per week, one each for Monday-Friday and one for the weekend. The short scripture is just enough for a 9-12 to ponder on and the short devotional that goes along with the scripture is a very neat story. There are also 3 "challenges" per day for the boys to do or ponder on. The author, Jeremy V Jones, really did an awesome job with this devotional for boys. I really hope there will be a follow up book to this, as I can really see our family using this for the long run!

My 9 yr old son LOVES this devotional. He used to fight me when I asked him if he has done his daily devotional, but now he is excited to do his devotionals every day. He loves the "Triple Dog Dare" section and everything about this devotional!

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Monday, November 28, 2011

LitFuse Blog Tour: Remembering You by Tricia Goyer

About the Book:

35-year-old Ava Andrews' dream job is interrupted by an unusual request--fulfill her 84-year-old grandfather's last wish by joining him on a battle site tour of Europe. Ava is sure her boss will refuse her request. But, instead, he gives her a directive of his own--to videotape the tour and send it back as mini-segments for the show she produces.

As if juggling these two things isn't hard enough, Ava is soon surprised again ... twice. First, Ava and Grandpa Jack arrive in Europe, only to discover the tour is cancelled. Unwilling to let down her grandfather or her boss, Ava and Grandpa Jack head out on their own. Then, while they're on their way, the pair soon meet up with Paul, her grandpa's best friend, and his grandson Dennis. The same Dennis who just happens to be Ava's first love.

Before she knows it, Ava and Dennis are swept down memory lane as they visit the sites that are discussed in the history books. And even though Ava's videotaping old soldiers, she can see their youth, their hopes and fears, and their pride in their eyes. Soon Ava learns the trip isn't just for them ... it's for her too--especially for her heart.

Read an excerpt, watch a video and find out more here.

About Tricia:

Tricia Goyer is the author of thirty books including Songbird Under a German Moon, The Swiss Courier, and the mommy memoir, Blue Like Play Dough. She won Historical Novel of the Year in 2005 and 2006 from ACFW, and was honored with the Writer of the Year award from Mt. Hermon Writer's Conference in 2003. Tricia's book Life Interrupted was a finalist for the Gold Medallion in 2005. In addition to her novels, Tricia writes non-fiction books and magazine articles for publications like MomSense and Thriving Family. Tricia is a regular speaker at conventions and conferences, and has been a workshop presenter at the MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) International Conventions. On Tricia's weekly radio show, Living Inspired, she shares stories of inspiration and encouragement. She and her family make their home in Little Rock, Arkansas where they are part of the ministry of FamilyLife.

For more about Tricia and her other books visit:

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My Thoughts and Review:

WOW! I LOVED this book!! I began reading it and thought that I would be "Bored" and would not be able to get into it. Well, I guess the saying "Never judge a book by its cover" rings very true right now! Remembering You is a fictional book based on real life events and Tricia Goyer really brings the story and characters "Alive" and makes the reader feel like you are there in the story and time of the book.

I admit I am not one who is much of a "history buff" when it comes to Wars, but I must say I really learned a lot from this book and now have a greater appreciation for War time and all the stories of War time. I remember my grandpa trying to tell me war time stories and it just went "right over my head". Reading "Remembering You" made me appreciate the times my grandpa would tell me War Stories.

I very much recommend this book!

Win a Kindle Touch for YOU and a Friend from Tricia Goyer!

Tricia Goyer is celebrating the release of her novel, Remembering You, with a KINDLE Touch Giveaway for you ... and for the friend of your choice. Then on 11/29 she'll be wrapping up the release of Remembering You with a Book Chat Party!

During the first half of the party Tricia will be chatting, sharing a sneak peek of her next book, and giving away a ton of great stuff. Then she'll head over to her website for a Live Chat! Readers will be able to chat with Tricia via video or text.

Don't miss your chance to win a Kindle Touch for yourself ... and to "remember" a friend this holiday with a Kindle Touch for them!

Read what the reviewers are saying here.

One grand prize winner will receive:
  • A Brand New Kindle Touch and a Kindle Touch for a Friend (winner's choice!) 
  • A copy of Remembering You by Tricia Goyer for each

Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends at noon on November 29th. Winner will be announced at Remembering You Facebook Party on 11/29. Tricia will be hosting an author chat (on Facebook and Live from her website) and giving away copies of her other WWII books and gift certificates to Starbucks and So grab your copy of Remembering You and join Tricia on the evening of the 29th for an author chat, a trivia contest (How much do you know about WWII?) and lots of giveaways.

Enter via E-mail Enter via FacebookEnter via Twitter

Don't miss a moment of the fun. RSVP today and tell your friends via FACEBOOK or TWITTER and increase your chances of winning. Hope to see you on the 15th!

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book as part of my participation in the LitFuse Blog Tour Program. I was only required to give an honest review. I received no other compensation and my opinions are my own.

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Family Movie Night: Game of Your Life

I am super excited because it is almost time for another Family Movie Night movie! I have been enjoying Family Movie Night movies since the Spring of 2010. Our family loves watching movies together and the Family Movie Night movies are such wonderful movies.

Game of Your Life is the next installment of Family Movie Night and it premieres Friday December 2nd 8EST/7CST on NBC. I was recently able to preview th movie in advance and I am super excited about the movie.

Movie Trailer:

Synopsis of Game of Your Life:
When industrious high school gamer Zach Taylor lands a prized scholarship to the prestigious Digital Institute of Game Design (DIGD), his future breaks wide open. The opportunity to study under gaming legend Marcus Bentton and alongside the country’s most creative minds will certainly propel him into a successful career as a video game designer. That is, if he can pass the infamous freshman project that eliminates more than half of the class within the first three months.

Paired with brilliant yet socially awkward teammates Phillip and Donald, the trio persuades Sara Ramirez – a determined and striking team leader with whom Zach has a history (and possibly a future) – to join their team. Working off-campus in the teched-out Lincoln Alley loft, the four set out to involve the entire campus in a quirky new social interactive game. But as the group becomes entrenched in the project, Zach learns that his father Billy, a widower, is facing growing financial woes at home. To help out, Zach accepts an opportunity to work directly with Marcus Bentton on a secretive side project that seems too good to be true. The effort requires nearly all of Zach’s time and energy, which he should be devoting to the project. Struggling to keep it together, Zach is torn between his responsibility to his team, his admiration for Bentton and a chance to help his father.

Everything comes to a breaking point when Zach’s team threatens to remove him from the group and the deceptive truth behind Bentton’s project comes to light. With the guidance of Professor Abbie Lambert, Zach must make a decision that not only affects his future, but the lives and livelihoods of the people around him as well. It’s a revealing story that recognizes the magnitude behind the choices we make and the importance loyalty plays in making good decisions.

My Thoughts:
I am so excited for the rest of my family to see this on Dec 2nd! My husband and my boys are all into video games so this movie will spark their interest based just on that. The movie has a great "storyline" and peaked my interest from the minute it began. I think the "lesson" in this movie about having to choose between helping family and pursing your own dreams is an excellent lesson for all ages! EXCELLENT movie!!

More info about the movie:
You can get more info about "Game of Your Life" and other Family Movie Night movies via:

Moms 4 Family TV are a wonderful group of moms who stand behind the Family Movie Night movies and other great Family TV programming. Moms 4 Family TV have put together a great info sheet and discussions questions about the movie. Each week they search and find the "Best" in Family Entertainment on TV and provide their recommendations for the week.

Check out Moms 4 Family TV links:
Moms 4 Family TV:
Game of Your Life Info Sheet and Discussion Questions:
Weekly TV Tips:

Pop the Popcorn and grab your snacks and be in front of your TV on Friday December 2nd at 8pm EST/7pm CST for a GREAT Family Friendly Movie: Game of Your Life!!

Disclosure: I received a link to view the movie in advance. I received no compensation for this review/blog post. All opinions are my own.

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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Product Review: Cuisinart 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker and Hot Water System

I LOVE a good cup of Hot Cocoa or Hot Tea, but I don't like the time it takes for the Tea Kettle to boil the water on the stove. My husband loves Coffee, but only had a 5 cup coffee maker, which must have been 5 "shot glasses" sized cups, because the coffee went fast. I was on the hunt for a "machine" that would boil my water faster and also a bigger Coffee Pot for my husbands coffee. I was thinking nothing of the kind existed, but I found it in the Cuisinart 12-Cup Programmable CoffeeMaker and Hot Water System.

I purchased the Cuisinart 12-Cup Programmable CoffeeMaker and Hot Water System in April of this year and I LOVE it!! The 12-Cup Coffee Maker is separate from the Hot Water System, so the 2 flavors never mix. The Carafe for the Coffee Maker has a heat pad under it, so it keeps the Coffee Hot and Fresh for a few hours. The Coffeemaker can also be set up the night before and programmed so it brews the coffee right before waking up and Hot Coffee is ready and waiting! The "Brew Pause" feature is an excellent feature when you don't want to wait for the coffee to completely brew. I am able to pause the brewing, slip a coffee mug where the carafe should be and fill the mug and then continue brewing in carafe. The Hot Water System holds 56oz of Water and heats the water in about 2 minutes. The Water Reservior keeps the Water hot for up to 6hrs, LOVE this feature as I like multiple cups of tea or cocoa a day. I like being able have hot water ready all day rather then having to reheat the tea kettle.  The Hot Water System is so easy to use that all my boys, (ages 9, 8 and 7) are able to heat the water and serve themselves, something that they couldn't do with a tea kettle because it involves fire and hot kettle. The Hot Water system is also great for any hot water needs such as soups, oatmeal and more. I am very happy that I found the Cuisinart 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker/Hot Water System because I LOVE it so much. I have less clutter on my counters also due to having 2 appliances in 1.

The Cuisinart 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker/Hot Water System retails for $99.95 and can be purchased through the Cuisinart Website and many retailers across the country.

I highly recommend this product as it has many great features and can be used by all ages!!

Disclosure: This product review is for the purpose writing a review. Cuisinart nor anyone provided the 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker/Hot Water System to me. The opinions expressed are my own and I received no compensation for this review.

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Friday, November 18, 2011

First Wild Card Tour: Truth Tats: The Christmas Story

It is time for a FIRST Wild Card Tour book review! If you wish to join the FIRST blog alliance, just click the button. We are a group of reviewers who tour Christian books. A Wild Card post includes a brief bio of the author and a full chapter from each book toured. The reason it is called a FIRST Wild Card Tour is that you never know if the book will be fiction, non~fiction, for young, or for old...or for somewhere in between! Enjoy your free peek into the book!

You never know when I might play a wild card on you!

Today's Wild Card is developed by:

and the Advent idea:

B&H Publishing Group
***Special thanks to Susan Otis of Creative Resources, Inc. for sending me a review copy.***


Truth Tats: The Christmas Story
Celebrating the Season of Advent with Truth Tats

Designed just for the season, Christmas Truth Tats present a new way of telling the story of Christ’s birth. Truth Tats are temporarily on your skin, permanently on your heart.

This is a five week program leading up to Christmas day, each packet of Truth Tats includes a family devotional booklet that kicks off each memory scripture of the week. The twenty accompanying Scripture tattoos are a visual way to continually applying and memorize God’s word. Each week opens with a set of four identical Scripture tattoo designs so that each family member can have his or her own tattoo! Week two, there is a new Scripture for memorization and four new tattoo designs, again identical designs so each person is memorizing the same Scripture.

For over 1,000 years Christians worldwide have been celebrating Advent, a time of spiritual preparation for the birth of Jesus Christ. The word “advent” comes from the Latin adventus meaning “coming toward”. So it is entirely appropriate that the four weeks prior to Christmas we will be preparing our hearts for His Advent.

Truth Tats are a unique way to celebrate the season as well as to “show and tell” God’s word to others. This is ideal for the classroom, family devotion time, and in personal Scripture memorization

Product Details:

List Price: $3.99
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Language: English

AND NOW...WEEK ONE OF ADVENT (Click on pictures to enlarge):

My Review:
"WOW!" was the reaction my boys and I had when we opened the package upon arrival! My boys and I took a deeper look, I explained the product to my boys and they just went wild with excitement! Our family does Advent activities and I try to make them "fun and memorable". I believe kids learn and grasp when learning is fun so I am always looking for different things. Truth Tats are for sure a "new and different" product and one that I would highly recommend! Truth Tats will help your child remember and memorize the Scripture for the week easily because they will be "wearing" it!! LOVE this product!!!

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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

LitFuse Blog Tour: A Lasting Impression by Tamera Alexander

About the Book:

A fake. A forger. More than anything, Claire Laurent longs for the chance to live an authentic life, to become the woman she wants to be. And she'll be given that choice. But will it come at too costly a price?

Claire Laurent's greatest aspiration is to paint something that will bring her acclaim. Yet her father insists she work as a copyist. A forger. When she's forced to flee from New Orleans to Nashville only a year after the War Between the States has ended, her path collides with attorney Sutton Monroe. She considers him a godsend for not turning her in to the authorities. But after he later refuses to come to her aid, Claire fears she's sorely misjudged the man. Finding herself among the elite of Nashville's society, Claire believes her dream to create a lasting impression in the world of art is within reach--but only if her fraudulent past remains hidden.

The Federal Army has destroyed Sutton's home and confiscated his land, and threatens to destroy his family's honor. His determination to reclaim what belongs to him and to right a grievous wrong reveals a truth that may cost him more than he ever imagined--as well as the woman he loves.Set at Nashville's historic Belmont Mansion, a stunning antebellum manor built by Mrs. Adelicia Acklen, A Lasting Impression is a sweeping love story about a nation mending after war, the redemption of those wounded, and the courage of a man and woman to see themselves--and each other--for who they really are.

Read Chapters 1 & 2

About Tamera:

Tamera Alexander is a best-selling novelist whose deeply drawn characters, thought-provoking plots, and poignant prose resonate with readers. Having lived in Colorado for seventeen years, she and her husband now make their home in Nashville Tennessee, along with their two adult children who live near by. And don't forget Jack, their precious--and precocious--silky terrier.

For more information please visit

My Thoughts:
I have read many of Tamera Alexander's book and I really enjoy reading them. I must say I was AMAZED and VERY IMPRESSED with this book! I really had a hard time putting this book down and had to keep "sneaking in read time", even when doing homeschool time with my boys. I felt like I a kid in class "hiding the book" so the teacher doesn't see, although this time it was the teacher doing the sneaking.

A Lasting Impression is a Historcial Fiction book, 426 pages in length. Tamera did an superb job at making the "history come alive" in this book. I really felt the book pulling me back to the "time" of the book and it all seemed so real.The book is a Fiction book, but Belmont Mansion is a real Mansion and the book stays true to the history of the Mansion and really makes the reader want to visit Belmont Mansion!

I HIGHLY recommend this book! A Lasting Impression is Book 1 of the Belmont Mansion Novels, and I must say I look forward to reading more about the Belmont Mansion!

Buy The Book: A Lasting Impression by Tamera Alexander

Facebook Party from Tamera Alexander

 A Lasting Impression Facebook Party on the 15th. Tamera will be wrapping up the A Lasting Impression celebration with an author chat and giving away Southern Food Baskets (LovelessCafe Food Baskets, books, Amazon & Starbucks gift certificates, and copies of Christy Jordan's Southern Plate cookbook), six gift certificates to Starbucks and, and copies of A Lasting Impression! So grab your copy of A Lasting Impression (it's okay if you don't have one yet- you might win one!) and join Tamera on the evening of November 15th for an author chat, a trivia contest (How
much do you know about the 1860's?) and lots of Southern-inspired giveaways (complete listing here).

Follow the Blog Tour and Read more reviews!

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book as part of my participation in the LitFuse Blog Tour Program. I was only required to give an honest review. I received no other compensation and my opinions are my own.

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Monday, November 14, 2011

30 Days of Thankfulness: Day 14

I am THANKFUL for Online Friends via Message Boards!

I have been an active participant on a few messages for YEARS, WAY before Facebook and Twitter. I appreciate the friendships that form on Message Boards, the original "Social Media". I like the fact that most of the message boards I am on are by invite only and/or are Private. I think Message boards can help you form long lasting friendships and everyone is comfortable and close knit.

I have been a part of a one message board since Sept '01, so just over 10 years. We started as part of a bigger message board and kept spilting apart into smaller boards and now we are a group of about 50 active members and the group is close knit. The board is one of those places that you feel safe to talk about things that you might not talk about on Facebook or Twitter or blogs because of the Privacy. The board is a "refuge" to release our frustrations and get advice from the other "mamas".

I am also a part of a couple of Christian Message boards where I also get great advice, encouragement, ideas and more from wonderful groups of Godly Christian Women. The friendships and fellowship from these boards are so wonderful!!

I have had the oppurtunity to meet many of the women from various message boards and even those whom I haven't met, I still feel such a special bond with!

I am THANKFUL for Message Boards!!

Check out 30 Days of Thanks at:

The Life of an Ordinary Hausfrau

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Menu Plan Monday 11/14

I am getting really frustrated trying to stay within a decent grocery budget and being able to keep "3 Growing and Hungry" boys feed! My oldest is a "picky eater" and doesn't like some of the things I put on the menu plan, even asking for his choices. I go grocery shopping on the weekend and do try to do prep work, but it seems like there is a trip to the store almost every other day. These boys are costing me sooo much money and it has to slow down! I Would really like to stay within $450 grocery budget each month. I am open to any ideas or suggestions to make that happen!

Here is our menu for the week:

Weekly Menu Plan 11/13-11/19

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Sunday, November 13, 2011

30 Days of Thankfulness: Day 13

I am THANKFUL for the Neighborhood we live in!! We live in Berwyn, IL and have lived here since December 8th, 2006. The neighborhood is very family friendly and has many great parks and activities for the family!

I never would have even imagined us living in Berwyn, as I was set on a different neighborhood, Forest Park, but after living here for almost 5yrs I am soooo happy we live in Berwyn! We are renters and live in a 3 Bedroom Apartment. Our apartment is on a 6 lane main street, so there is no outdoor play area for my boys, but that is OK! Berwyn has lots of parks in walking distance of our apartment and we utilize the parks every chance we get. Berwyn is divided into North Berwyn and South Berwyn both have Park Districts and then there is the Berwyn Recreation Center. The boys have played in Little League a couple years, but not consistently. The Parks here are so awesome that we don't miss having any outdoor play area right outside our apartment.

I also like the fact that we have so many stores and other things in walking distance. We live directly across the street from an Aldi, we have a Shopping Mall 6 blocks away which has Sears, Kohls, JCPenney, and all the typical mall stores. There is also a Plaza in walking distance that has Office Depot, Anna's Linens and more there. The Plaza will be adding a Meijer Grocery store next summer, it is being built right now. The community is being "built up" also. Restaurants and Coffee Shops galore, especially in Downtown Berwyn, near the Train Depots. 4 blocks from our place they are building a new strip mall that will have 6 corporate stores there. Buffalo Wild Wings just opened last weekend there, with 5 more stores/restaurants opening in the coming months. I LOVE being able to walk to stores and more in our neighborhood, plus with so much so close we are able to support our local community without having to drive to other neighborhoods.

The City of Berwyn also hosts many family friendly activities and events that are either FREE or super cheap. I like that I can call village hall and they try their best to help us with any problems!

We are close enough to the city of Chicago and the Trains and Buses connect to where we can get Downtown very easily. We are very much centrally located to the City of Chicago and many other surround suburbs!

I am THANKFUL for our Neighborhood! We love it so much that when we decide to buy a house in the next couple of years(hopefully) that we plan to buy in Berwyn!

Check out 30 Days of Thanks at:
The Life of an Ordinary Hausfrau

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Saturday, November 12, 2011

30 Days of Thankfulness: Day 12

I am THANKFUL for my husbands job!!He has been at his current place of employment since June 1st, 2011 and things are going well!

I am THANKFUL for this job because the hours are AWESOME for him and for the family.   He works Monday through Friday 8:30am-5:00pm, only 30 minutes from our place and he gets Federal and State Holidays off of work. My husband has worked a few jobs since we got married and the hours were always flexible and at different shifts, so it made for "chaos" or much planning ahead. My husband is not a morning person and most of his jobs required him starting at 5am or earlier and that really made for a long day for him. The hours of his current job are wonderful for him and for the boys and I. We are a one car family, so when he was working so early it made it difficult to be able to have the car for the day if we needed/wanted. The new hours allow the boys and I to get up and drive him to work and have the car for the day for Drs. appointments or Field Trips, etc. We pick hubby back up at 5pm when he gets off.

Above all that is listed above, I am THANKFUL that hubby has a job! My hubby had 2 runs of being unemployed in a 12 month period. He was unemployed from June 30th, 2010-Oct 11th, 2010. His second run of unemployment was from March 13th, 2011-May 31st 2011. I am very grateful that his umemployment runs were short and that he is now employed. I pray daily for those who are unemployed because I can understand their situation.

I am THANKFUL for DH's employment and that he works hard to provide for our family!

Check out 30 Days of THANKS at:

The Life of an Ordinary Hausfrau

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