Lego Challenge Tuesday – build a rainbow

Today’s challenge is very pretty. And also pretty frustrating! Ha!

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Miracle Monday – feeding the crowd

I’ve been to Haiti twice in the past few years. I went there on a missions trip with a church in the area. I plan on going there again in the near future. I have made some friends that are near and dear to my heart. Life long friends. Some of them I’d even call family.

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Lego Challenge Tuesday – build an Egyptian pyramid

Today we’re taking a little trip to Northern Africa and visit a little place called Egypt! Continue reading

Miracle Monday – airplane tickets

For over 10 years, my husband and I never got an income tax return. We always had to pay the government. At first it was just a bit, but then Continue reading

Miracle Monday – the ripple effect of salvation

My mother’s cousin Clovie died a week ago from brain cancer. I have to say that this man is one of the most incredible human beings that has ever walked this Earth. Continue reading

Making Bread – For Beginners

I’ve long wanted to learn how to make bread. I have memories of a special older woman from my childhood who would Continue reading

Lego Challenge Tuesday – create your favourite food

Today’s challenge is a little crazy. Well, it certainly turned out a bit on the crazy side in our house! Ha! You’ll understand better once you see the pictures I posted below…

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Miracle Monday – gratefulness in the mess

I’m going to be honest by saying that this is a difficult post to write. I draw a blank as I look at my computer screen. Not because there haven’t been miracles in my life. There have been many. I’m in a strange state of mind right now to write this I guess. It’s been a long day. Emotional at times.  Continue reading

Lego Challenge Tuesday – build an Easter scene

Easter is coming! What a great time to celebrate. As a Christian, this is the biggest day of celebration during the year. Closely followed by Christmas.

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