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Saturday Surfing

These are a few of my favorite posts from this week. 
Have fun surfing around!

1.  "Happy Mother's Day" by Katrina Kenison @ The Gift of an Ordinary Day
Get a Kleenex and consider writing you own mom a letter like this one someday. 
 Also, read Katrina's books asap!  They are soul food.

This relatively new blogger has become a favorite of mine.  
She writes so honestly and in this post she struggles with the choice to begin homeschooling.

3.  "If Only" by The Happy Mother @ The Happy Mother
This photo made me laugh out loud.

4.  "Best of the Nest"  by Nester @ Nesting Place
Because sometimes I wish my whole house was painted sea salt blue.

5.  "Family Friendly Fridays"  by Mommie Cooks @ Mommie Cooks
One word ~ yummy!


  1. Misty
    I enjoyed your 'surfings':) thanks.

  2. Hey sweets... You have indeed become a favorite of mine as well. I often get my coffee and then see what you have to say! What a gift you have been to glad that God placed you in my world... Beautiful MOther's Day to you.

  3. Thanks, Misty! I laughed out loud at the photo too. I hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day!


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