Thursday, June 30, 2011

Another Stylish Blog Award ~ Ooh~la~la!!

Can you tell I'm playing catch-up this week?!  About two weeks ago, I was awarded the Versatile Blogger Award and my 2nd Stylish Blogger Award (thank you, Connie @ Green Family Life!!) on the same day.......and am just now following through with posting about them and passing them on!!  So many ♥sweet♥ blogs to choose from and choosing favorites has always been an issue with me.....

Fulfilling my obligation for 7 more things about me {yawn ~ try not to fall asleep! ;) }:

  • I find it nearly impossible to choose favorites in many things (I know, I mentioned it that cheating??), but.....
  • My favorite color is ♥Hot Pink♥ (and I think it would be really nice if Blogger had a true Hot Pink option in their font colors!!)
  • My favorite flower is a ♥Daisy♥ (I'm especially fond of Gerberas)
  • My favorite beverage is water with lime (yes, really)
  • I like to dress up for church on Sundays (it's often the only day I DO dress up & feel semi-pretty)
  • I often like children better than grown-ups ; )
  • I am a recovering perfectionist (and I think I will be recovering for the rest of my's a hard habit to break - more in what I expect of myself than what I expect of others, though!)
And now......I'm passing on the bling to 7 more of my favorite stops for a coffee break ~ because every woman likes to be complimented {and that's ok.....we're made that way ~ just don't let it go to your head ; ) }........

"MacArthur: America's General" by Mitchell Yockelson ~ Book Review

552921: MacArthur: America"s General MacArthur: America's General

By Mitch Yockelson / Thomas Nelson

During a military career that spanned fifty-two years and included service in three major wars, Douglas MacArthur was adored by the publoc and the soldiers who served under his comman on the battlefields of the Western Front, the Pacific Theater, and Korea.

Living in the shadow of his famous father, Arthur MacArthur, Douglas set forth on a path to achieve greatness as a gentleman, scholar, and hero. Such aspirations earned him more than 100 military decorations, including the Medal of Honor. His life was not without flaws, however, and this intimate biography critically examines controversies such as MacArthur's response to the Bonus Marchers in 1932, and his outspoken criticism of President Truman that led to his dismissal from the Army he so dearly loved. Douglas MacArthur was a national icon, and this book is a fitting tribute.


As a homeschooling mom  always on the lookout for good materials and resources to add to our library, I was thrilled with the opportunity to receive this book for review.  In a world where our country's history is being rewritten in most textbooks and most of our Christian heritage is being left out, I wish to provide my children with ample examples of true accounts of our leader's ~ current and past ~ lives and beliefs.

While no man in history is perfect and MacArthur was no exception, I felt the author did a very thorough job of depicting his strengths and weaknesses, revealing the challenging leader he was who embodied strong character and perseverance.  The reader is taken into battle with the general, and also privileged to take a look at his personal life and the beliefs and family that helped to shape the man of excellence and strong leader that he became.

I am glad to add this book to our collection, and know that with two boys who are fascinated with the military and war-related facts and information that it will be read again by them.....and I can feel good about them reading it.  

This book was provided by BookSneeze in exchange for my honest review.  

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Passing on the Versatile Blogger Award

A couple of weeks ago, I was delighted to find out I had been given a Versatile Blogger Award from Kristi at The Potter's Hand Academy!  I'm finally getting around to passing it along because I really do appreciate it.....unfortunately, better late than never seems to be becoming my motto!! ; )

The rules of the award are:
  • Thank the giver.
  • Tell seven things about yourself.
  • Award fifteen bloggers with the award.

Although I have no idea why someone would want to know 7 things about me, here you go:
{And.....I am being honest and not using one of the 7 things I shared when I was given a Stylish Blog Award....are you impressed? ;) }

  • I am afraid of heights.  Very.
  • I am claustrophobic.  Extremely.
  • I can't go to sleep unless my feet are perfectly clean.  If too much time has passed between my shower and bedtime, I have to wash my feet again.
  • I can't stand for my feet or legs to be trapped or held down by anything or anyone.  If I don't have freedom of movement and mobility of my feet and legs, I might have a panic attack!!
  • I am terrified of roaches.......or more specifically, in Fl. ~ palmetto bugs.  The really big, fat, ugly ones that can fly.  I am convinced that they are manifestations of Satan himself.  Really.....have you ever seen one?  Have you ever had one land on you????  If you have, perhaps you can understand.  If you haven't, give thanks.
  • I have very strange dreams that leave me wondering when I wake up, "What in the world is wrong with me?!"  
  • Bonus:  After looking over my list (esp. 1-6), I think I may need therapy for some of these issues.....
Passing along the ♥bloggy love♥ and the award to some of my most frequented blogs (15, however, does not cover all my favorites ~ one reason it took so long to respond to my award is having to decide who to pass it on to!):

Multitude Monday......on Wednesday: Gifts 307 - 320

Most human beings have an almost infinite capacity for taking things for granted.  
~Aldous Huxley

307.  Extra-strength pain reliever

308.  When what should be a really simple project that turns into a nightmare is finally finished and I don't have to look at it again!!!

Embroidering a monogram for a little girl onto  this little bag should be a quick & easy task.....unless, however, your machine/threads jam up while stitching ~ and, while struggling to separate the bag from the precious machine, it rips a small hole in it!!! =(  The only way to salvage it was to make an applique instead.  My children all ♥sweetly♥ said they like it better this way anyway....I now forgive them for almost making me lose my mind while trying to shop with them yesterday.
Terrible picture....I was aggravated, frustrated and completely disgusted at the time!!

309.  Tweezers ~ a quite useful little tool for many things

310.  Seam rippers

311.  Chocolate-flavored coffee creamer

312.  Text msgs. that make me laugh at just the right time

313.  Stubbornness ~ there are times when it serves me well ; )

314.  Nintendo DS ~ I sometimes regret saying yes to these devices, and other times they offer me a much needed moment's peace!

this pic is from this past winter, but the scene has been replayed recently  ;)

315.  Homemade cinnamon rolls!

316.  The willpower not to eat them all ;)

317.  My children's friends that I actually enjoy being around ;)

318.  "Mom, our house is looking so know how to make everything look good!"

319.  Walking into the kitchen after leaving dinner dishes everywhere on my way to Taekwondo, and discovering that HE took care of them ♥

320. One more day with those that I love......even if I do need #307 to help me get through it ;)

My Mustard Seed Planting verse today:

"And He said to me, My grace is sufficient for you: For my power is made perfect in weakness. Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weakness, so that Christ’s power may rest on me." 
~2 Corinthians 12:9 

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

"Freedom's Stand" by J.M. Windle ~ Tyndale House Book Review

314761: Freedom"s Stand Freedom's Stand

By J.M. Windle / Tyndale House

Jamil renounced a life of jihad when he encountered the life-changing message of Jesus Christ, but villagers and authorities in the hills of Afghanistan respond with skepticism . . . and even violence.
Relief worker Amy Mallory is shocked by the changes in her organization-changes with dire implications for the women and children under her care. And concern for her former assistant, Jamil, weighs heavily on her heart.
Former Special Forces veteran Steve Wilson faces off against the riots and corruption of Kabul's upcoming election. He's looking for something that will give his life purpose but is confident that he won't find it in Afghanistan.All three are searching for love and freedom in a country where political and religious injustice runs rampant. But when religious freedom becomes a matter of life and death, they discover that the cost of following Jesus may require the ultimate sacrifice.

When I ordered this book, I did so as an opportunity to step out of my comfort zone of books that I am most likely choose and to broaden my horizons to explore different writers.

I was not disappointed.

Set in the country of Afghanistan, this fictional story uses the very real-life extremism, hatred and violence of a society in which I actually knew little about to spin a fast-paced tale, a page turner that was hard to put down.    I found myself pulling for and intrigued by the characters, wanting so badly for the happy ending that I hoped would come.  Although I'm ashamed to admit it, never before did I realize the depths of violence and corruption that exists in Afghan society.  Never before did I realize the horrors that a woman and young girls face each day.....and have been made more thankful for the freedoms that I take for granted.

The author manages to take the horrid truths of day-to-day life that occurs for those women and for those who follow Christ and weaves a story that will soften your heart to the plight of these people and strengthen your resolve to fight to see that we never lose the freedoms we so flippantly  possess.  It also causes one to ponder their own devotion to Christ, to what lengths would we go to, what plights would we suffer, what dangers would we face, and what price would we pay to remain true to the One who gave His all for us?

My only regret is that I didn't read the prequel to this book, "Veiled Freedom", first.  It will definitely not be long before I do.  It is a very good thing to step out of that comfort zone once in a while.....I'm very glad that I did.

This book was provided by Tyndale House in exchange for my honest review.

"The Final Summit" by Andy Andrews ~ Thomas Nelson Book Review

231201: The Final Summit The Final Summit

By Andy Andrews / Thomas Nelson

From the best-selling author of The Traveler's Gift comes a riveting narrative exploring the question of what to do when you don't know what to do! Follow David Ponder as he and a cast of history's best and brightest attempt to save the human race---in only five tries! 224 pages, hardcover from Nelson.


Having previously read the prequel to this book, The Traveler's Gift by Andy Andrews, I was looking forward to reading this one.

In a last attempt to save civilization, the main character as a Time Traveler, is asked by the angel Gabriel, "Gabriel poses a question to the two of them, “What does humanity need to do, individually and collectively, to restore itself to the pathway toward successful civilization?”" and  guided in his thinking and decisions by famous historical characters providing the wealth of their wisdom and experiences.  While this should have provided some interesting scenarios (it did in the first book),  I struggled to stay interested in the story and was rather disappointed that in a work from a Christian author, the solution to mankind's problems was mankind himself rather than using the opportunity to point others to Christ.

Although the first book didn't blatantly point the reader to Christ either and was rather subtle about it, I felt this one totally missed the mark.  Many of the scenarios with the historical characters seemed to me almost pointless and silly at times.

I honestly really, really wanted to like this book.....esp. because I really, really liked the first one.  I found that I had to force myself to finish it, and my irritation with the redundancy of the story line grew as it went on.  I think I may have even rolled my eyes a few times and as chapter after chapter went on, I eventually gave up on finding the answer I was certain would be there.

The Final Summit  is a very positive book and, unfortunately, a very politically correct book.  In our very "politically correct" society, I feel that we are  lacking the depth and truth that we hunger for.  Theologically, this book is weak and although a work of fiction, a great opportunity to point those who are searching for the answer to society's ~ and mankind's ~ salvation in such a creative way is completely missed.  The correct answer ~ the only True answer ~ would be found in Christ and only in Him.

This book was provided by BookSneeze in exchange for my honest review.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Bundle Up! ~ How to Stay Cool in the Summer Heat ~ Fun in the Summer Sun Link-Up

Welcome to the 4th week of our Fun in the Summer Fun event!  Each Monday until September 7th,  Mama to 4 Blessings along with:

Adventures of Mommydom,
Sweet Diva,
 Harvest Moon By Hand,
and Sweet Phenomena

 will be hosting Fun in the Summer Fun link up events.
Here's the line up:
The 1st Monday of each month: link up your "Kid friendly summer activities"
The 2nd Monday of each month: link up your "Kid friendly summer crafts"
The 3rd Monday of each month: link up your "Kid friendly summer recipes"
The 4th Monday of each month: link up your "How to stay cool in the summer heat"
Bundle Up
.....and visit an ice skating rink! =)
This is an especially welcome experience when you experience not only sweltering  heat, but miserable heat and poor air quality {smoke....fires =( } !!  AND....although we live in beach/pool territory, not every day can be a beach/pool day!
We are blessed to have an ice skating rink in our community with public hours from 11 - 1, and sweet friends who could meet us there!  Thanks to half-price tickets from Groupon and Entertainment Coupon books, this ended up being a quite inexpensive outing! =)

My two little men with one of Robert's most favorite friends....

My ♥Robert♥ has a need for speed.....

Make sure you wear jean when ice-skating.....even if it's really hot outside!  You'll be glad if (when) you fall & hit the ice! ; )

Obligatory group these kids!! =) 

We stopped for some health food after skating. ; )

Don't judge our restaurant's right next door to the rink!  And peer pressure is a very powerful thing! ;)

How do YOU keep it cool in the summer heat?  Link up with us!!  Other Moms are our best sources for ideas!! =)

Friday, June 24, 2011

Homeschool Mother's Journal

The Homeschool Mother's Journal

In my life this week…

Lots of household projects......must get off Blogger and continue. =)

My daughter painted her room almost entirely by herself and is so excited about her new comforter and the changes we are adding bit-by-bit to make her space more in keeping with her current tastes.

Yesterday, I happily ripped off this weird, ugly grid-like thing that was on our bathroom ceiling.  Our home was built in the '80s, and I'm not sure of the wisdom that went into some of the design choices.  What a difference getting that eyesore out of there makes, plus a fresh coat of paint.  Applying the second coat today....and considering ripping the same grid-like thing off of the ceiling of the upstairs bathroom even though that's the last room on the to-do list.  I just can't stand to look at it one-more-minute. ; )

In our homeschool this week…

Not the most productive week due to lots of coming-and-going and Mom working on lots of projects, but we did do a little Math, Spelling and Language Arts.  Slow and steady wins the race. =)

Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share…

Not sure it's helpful and it's not really a tip, but......Be ready.  EVERY DAY.  To pass into Eternity. 
None of us are guaranteed a tomorrow, or a this afternoon.

I know it's somber.....but it's something we all need reminding of sometimes, and is a fresh one that I've recently received.

I am inspired by…

The unshakable faith of a family I have admired and respected since the moment I met them, a family you can literally look at and see the love and fruitfulness of Christ in......regardless of circumstances (see below), and of seeing the body of Christ come together in their time of need.  It is a beautiful thing in the midst of heartbreaking tragedy.

Places we’re going and people we’re seeing…

We went blueberry picking again, this time with another family (well, minus the men-folk).  So fun...even in the heat!!

My favorite thing this week was…

Lots of favorites ~  dinner with friends on Saturday evening, blueberry pancakes for breakfast on Father's Day,  finding treasures on Tuesday....and then having dinner with our new dishes =), and picking more blueberries!

What’s working/not working for us…

My meal planning (or lack of it) lately.  With so many things going on, I've found it hard to make time to do the actual planning.  My standing in the kitchen in front of the pantry or refrigerator waiting for inspiration is not very productive.  This is not like me and it's driving me crazy......MUST find time to get back to having this area of life under control.  It's so much less stressful ~ and more fun to cook ~ when I know what it will be beforehand!

Questions/thoughts I have…

What insane person thought that popcorn ceilings were a good idea?!  It's a thought that keeps entering my head as we work on our home......Why????  Why???? Why????

I’m cooking…

Something today.  Just don't know what yet.  I haven't actually gotten around to what I mentioned above. ; )

I’m grateful for…

My SIL, who is coming over to watch my children tonight so that my husband and I can go out on a DATE.  I had to look that word up in the dictionary to remember what it was ~ it's been so long! ; )

I’m praying for…

The Appelo family ~ one of the sweetest families I know lost their husband and father last week.  We are praying for this homeschooling mother and her seven children daily. 

A photo, video, link, or quote to share…

We signed up for the Bob Jones Summer Reading program......check it out!   Not only has it given us new books to discover from their reading list, but there's also the opportunity for your children to win a collection of free books or a grand prize of a Kindle! =)......."Read in the Deep End"

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Behind Every Mom is a Real Person....

.....a person with talents, hopes, dreams, opinions, interests, ideas and desires that reveal the individual she is beyond the title she has willingly and wholeheartedly accepted, embraced and is known most by:.... ♥ MOM ♥.

While purging my home of items and clutter that gathers throughout the years, from behind the headboard in my bedroom I pulled out some college project boards that instantly threw me back to another time, another place, and a slightly different ~ and yet, in some ways still the same ~ person.  The person I was when newly married and before my name was changed to ♥ Mom ♥. 

I was in college for Interior Design after several years of floating around, unsure of what I wanted to do with myself.  I first had the inclination towards a Design degree in high school, but was discouraged by a cocky, chauvinistic Chemistry teacher who told me it  wasn't the best choice for me.....perhaps a decorator would be better.  He had me pegged as less intelligent than I was ....and having a less-than-healthy-self-image, I listened to him.  After studying in Elementary Education for a while, I took some time off and returned a couple of years later to pursue that Interior Design degree through the encouragement of a good friend.  Surprisingly enough, I excelled in not only the "decorating part", but also the too-difficult-for-me design aspect of the courses as well as the presentations (another source of discouragement from others because shy, quiet people don't do well at that).

Whatever. ; ) 

When I pulled the evidence of that part of my life out from hiding, I hastily took some pictures of the boards, planning to throw them out as they are no longer in the best condition, but wanting to preserve the memories still.  You can tell how hastily I took them....I'm sure you're quite impressed with the wrinkled sheet background {I had my comforter in the washing machine ; ) }.

Project:  "The Jungle Room" - I had to design a restaurant =)

 The floorplan & seating plan, created to meet all commercial codes/requirements:

Interior Wall Elevation:

Lighting plan:

Fabrics & Finishes:

Project ~ A Bedroom:
They've been moved quite a few times over the year, and haven't necessarily fared well

Project ~  A Fancy Bathroom ; )

Project ~  A Dining Room:
This one was in such bad shape, I only salvaged a very wrinkled elevation....

Project ~ A Kitchen
Again, all I could salvage was one elevation...

After taking the photos, I hauled them downstairs and told my kids to come see them before I threw them out.  As I explained what they were and all that went into each project, they rewarded me with exclamations of, "You drew that?!",  "You did all that?!", "That must have been really hard",  "You can do everything",  "You are so smart", "You can draw really well!" and "You can't throw these away"!!  =)  They are my most enthusiastic encouragers. ♥  They may have earned a batch of cookies. ; )

Just as looking at these old projects took me back to that time in my history, they also caused me to think about all the things I dreamed of being as I grew up ~ in order, as I can remember them.....
  • A princess =)
  • A bride
  • Florence Nightingale
  • Wonder Woman {I can still hear the theme song ; ) }
  • an artist
  • a singer
  • a writer
  • NOT a bride {an independent teen ;) }
  • a teacher
  • an Interior Designer
  • an artist
  • a writer
  • a teacher
  • an Interior Designer
  • a Caterer
I got married somewhere in between the last three, and then I became a ♥Mom♥.  I wasn't prepared for how the Lord would change me through that one additional description to all that is ME.  There was a time when I was sure I didn't even want children.  I was convinced I wouldn't be a good mom...... wouldn't, couldn't be good at it.  Family issues may have had something to do with that, plus I had other things I wanted to do.  I was going to have a career in commercial interior design, financial security, and success. And then, along came Ashlyn.....who will be 13 next month!

Ahhh, how the Lord has used her and her brothers, who came along not far behind, to grow me in a way I can't imagine having grown otherwise.  How He has used them to show me all I can be IN HIM.  How He has taken the dreams that I once had and, once surrendered to Him and His direction for my life, how He has molded them into something entirely different, entirely fulfilling, and taken me to a place that is entirely at peace with who I am.

The world tends to look at Moms who give themselves so fully to their calling as lives and potentials wasted, talents squandered.  I know this to be true as I've heard it and felt it along the way. 

I beg to disagree. =)  Moms who give themselves fully to their families do not cease to be who they once were.  How shallow and one dimensional someone's thought processes must be to come to that conclusion.  They don't cease to be who they once were, but become that and so much more.....if you take the time to look.  It's always worthwhile to do so. ; )

As I look at that list above and the dreams I once had, I see that God has not taken those dreams and desires away from me.  I am many of those things in all the hats I wear.  I am also Wife.  Mother.  Community and Church Volunteer. 

Homechooler.  I've felt called to it since my children's earliest years.  Did I dream of it long ago?  No.  Was I open to the dreams He had for me?  Yes.  Did I (and do I now) feel worthy, capable, smart enough, patient enough? No. But called.....yes. =) I don't know how those who don't feel called to it do it! I was once talking to a friend about it, and other issues in my life......about not feeling like I could meet the challenges the Lord has set before me. She said something similar to this.....paraphrased by my and the years that have passed since she said it, "God doesn't call the most qualified ~ He calls those with willing hearts." With a willing heart and that key ingredient ~LOVE~ He will more than make up the differences that we imagine are there!

How rich and rewarding, how full and meaningful He has made what I have given to Him.  I surrendered my dreams ~ and He has made something more beautiful of my life that I ever could have alone.


Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Multitude Monday.....On Wednesday: Gifts 289 - 306

Hem your blessings with thankfulness so they don't unravel.
~Author Unknown

289.  Finding a quote for this week's post that made me appropriate for me ; )

290.  Leftovers for dinner.....I never have understood people who don't eat leftovers ~ I often double a recipe for the sole purpose of having a night off in the future!!

291.  5 bags of old college textbooks (and a few other things) taken to Goodwill, .....

292. ....the husband who finally relinquished them after years of effort on my part ; )......

293. ....and how beautiful my bookshelves now look because they've been jam-packed with stuff shoved every-which-way-it-will-fit.....clutter-busting is a very beautiful thing  indeed!

294. Dinner with ♥sweet♥ friends

295.  a dresser found at Goodwill for $14.99 !!  to replace a very sad-looking one for my youngest son,....

296. .....several clothing items for my kids (Gap, Old Navy, etc.) at $2, $3, $4 each,....

297.  .....a new set of Pfalzgraff everyday dishes at half the price of another set I've been looking at.....oh, so pretty!....,

298.  .....and, a new set of glassware (we had an unexpected thrift/bargain store shopping experience yesterday.....after my complaining this weekend  that all my  friends find the best treasures while thrift store shopping & I never do).....

299.  God's sense of humor =)

300.  the strangers who helped my 11-yr. old and me get #294 into our vehicle....

301.  .....and the neighbor who helped us get it inside the house

302.  a bathroom light that finally works the way it's supposed to thanks to my.....

303.  Mr. Fix-It ♥

304.  my SIL, who is back in the same city for good after a year in Ohio

305.  perspective {gratitude, thankfulness, happiness, being content where God has's all about having the right one, ya know}

306.  coffee, without which this post might not be coherent ; ) {I'm having a hard time waking up today!}

Mustard Seed Planting today.....and although riches would be nice, I'm reminded in Proverbs ~

"Labour not to be rich: cease from thine own wisdom. Wilt thou set thine eyes upon that which is not? for riches certainly make themselves wings; they fly away as an eagle toward heaven."
Prov. 23:4-5

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

♫ Splish, Splash, I Was Takin' A Bath ♫.....

Or, actually......two little girls will be, and when they do they can dry off in style! ; )

Word-of-mouth advertising is the best.....but someone recently asked me if I ever get stressed worrying about making things for people and whether they will like it or not.  Yes, yes......I definitely do ~ especially when it's someone I've never met and am creating an order based solely on a description given via a phone conversation?

What if my idea of buttercup yellow and sage green isn't her idea of buttercup yellow and sage green?  She  specified a red flower on top with leaves, and then a couple on bottom and I tried to choose the flower most like what she described....but what if she doesn't like it?  And, what if she doesn't like the font I chose?  What if she hates it?!

So.....yes, I stress.  Doesn't really do me any good, though.....silly me. =)

Towel/washcloth set for Ashlyn {someone else has excellent taste when choosing a girl's name.....I think it's a sign.  Maybe she will like it! ; ) }

And, an almost matching set for her sister, Caitlyn:

What's done is's to hoping they like them!  It really does add a little something special to a set of purchased plain towels.....thinking of making my own Ashlyn a set ~ with different graphics, of course.  She's going to officially be a very cool teenager next month and I'm thinking a personalized towel set would be fun to take to camp and on church trips ~ or any trip for that matter.  Shhhhh....don't tell.  It'll be a surprise. =)

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