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January 09, 2008


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Oh Eileen,
You are too sweet! Your blog is one of my favorite stops as well, as I've told you before, it's a place I feel I can drop by any time, kick off my shoes and share a cup of coffee and conversation. We're (meaning I) am planning our first at home date night and I can't wait to try out some of the ideas mentioned. And I certainly welcome others if there are more out there! Let me know what you and the Chief decide to do.
God Bless,

Great links. I used to write post like this before the Shared Item feature came along. I do hope people read what I say I've enjoyed.

Good point about "I get to". I grouse way to much but underneath it all I feel very fortunate to be at home.

I read Alice's article on Catholic Exchange. I so wish I had that kind of large extended family and relationship. Truly, I wish I could be a lot more like Alice. She is a true inspiration and so modest and lovely.

Oh and I bookmarked the Housekeeping Routines to read later. Jane's blog looks interesting as well. I love following families with children from Africa. We are trying to figure out our next adoption. (I'm crazy, I know) I want to consider an AA domestic adoption but dh has many concerns.

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