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This year, by accident and attrition, I discovered the perfect set of advent reading for our house. It's called - wait for it! - "Read a passage about Jesus a few nights a week". It was going to be so much better.
The number of times I've tried to create a perfect set of advent readings! I draw up columns.I list passages. I sort them into different kinds of readings: the big-story-of-the-Bible kind.
The prophecies-pictures-and-names-of-Jesus kind.
The nativity-story kind.Then, overwhelmed by the number of passages, the necessity of making dozens of choices, and my own perfectionism - I always want to include everything! I'm terrible at making decisions! I'll never get it right! - I give up. Instead, use Wendy's or Meredith's. He has no memory of it still, but still it haunts him. It won the award for best first novel from the Edgar, the Macavity, the Barry and the Anthony Awards. That record ought to be enough to entice the reader.
" And I did like it.The story is told as the main character looks back over it. Medicare, it turns out, outsources monitoring of these contracts to the National Supplier Clearinghouse. "But investigators said these standards are too weak to effectively screen out frauds. " In addition, the Government Accountability Office also charged the Clearinghouse failed to conduct onsite inspections of suppliers. Instead, most cost-cutting pressure is on physicians, particularly in primary care and the cognitive specialties, acute hospital care, and mental health. S. I mentioned earlier this week that the weather around here has been crummy - that's kind of how spring goes in Ohio. It's either still cold or raining - either way, we don't get as much time outside as I would like. This makes everyone a little cranky, and some afternoons are just difficult. When those days happen I throw the plans out the window and we build forts. The children love, love, love this, and I know that they are still using problem solving and social skills, so it's a great team building activity. It's important to have more than one because you'll likely have children who want to build their own fort, or your group will want their fort to have multiple sections. Happy Monday! The senior design team for Papertrey Ink is revisiting an older stamp set today called Pedal Pusher to share a few more ideas of what you can do with it! I had SO much fun with it! The layering possibilities are amazing with this set of stamps and dies! First, I made this card and used the leaves from the stamp set to stamp around the edges of a white piece of cardstock. I added some tiny flowers from the Quilted: Summer stamp set. The bottom striped piece of cardstock was created by stamping with Background Basics: Super Stripes stamps with Raspberry Fizz ink onto Lovely Lady cardstock. The bicycle die cuts are so much fun, because they have several layers you can stamp, so the bike pieces are in different colors, such as the wheels and basket. I cut a seat separately and trimmed it off the bicycle die, so I could stamp it in aqua and add it over the top of the orange bike. The vellum butterflies were die cut with the Cover Plate: Bitty Butterflies. You can find the vellum HERE. The B-B-E Jaguars volleyball team came out firing on all cylinders and put away Holdingford in three games in the second Central Minnesota Conference match of the season. m. A chopper was hit, about a mile in front of his chopper, and he was never in danger, and his plane was never hit. He was on the ground at the air base for about three days while the damaged plane was repaired. After returning to the US, he continued to report that he was IN a helicopter that was hit by ground fire. Time to make the move from vintage to modern. Diana held her English Paper Piecing Bee today at the Attic Window Quilt Shop. Most of us were in the basting of templates stage. However, Mary Ellen did have somethings I wanted to show you. Isn't this going to be beautiful! Barb didn't work on EPP but I did want to show you this cute block she worked on. Above is Earnestine, a block from "The Bag Ladies of the Fat Quarter Club," a BOM from Chickadee Hollow Designs. It is so cute!Happenings at the Attic Window Quilt ShopOpen Sew, Wednesday, Oct. Do you like hand sewing? To sit on the couch and relax while hand stitching, is something I haven’t done in a while. Recently I was scheduled to be out of town and would not be taking my sewing machine. In the past I have banned thoughts of doing patchwork by hand. Will it hold up? However, desperate and determined, I figured this would be the perfect time to do some hand stitching on a new project. While blog hopping I saw several New York Beauties on Sophie Junction’s blog and fell in love with them. This would be my new project.
I tried to contact the person who ran the sew-along since she was right here in Michigan, but didn’t get a response.I asked Ethan to do his flashcards. He flew through them doing exceptionally well. Wow! Ethan! Until his older brother Parker burned him out. .