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Comment by Kristina Everhart on February 24, 2011 at 5:00pm
Hi, On my blog this week healthy recipes, samples, coupons, a work out post, how to choose a mountain bike and more! Would love for you to stop by. www.racingandsavingmama.com
Comment by ShellyH on February 24, 2011 at 9:42am

Hi there all! New to this site and still learning! So glad I found a christian group on here! :) I just started a new jewelry business! Come check it out and follow me! :) I can't wait to see all yours too! 

 

Fire Butterfly Jewels

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Comment by Carla Jansen on February 21, 2011 at 8:24pm

Hi Ladies!  I'm hosting a free giveaway for the book Love and Respect for a Lifetime at http://houstonparentsmagazine.com/reviewsgiveaways.html.  It's a wonderful book from a Christian perspective that gives specific ways couples can improve their communication and relationships by focusing on love and respect.  I'd love to know if you're interested!

 

~Carla

Comment by Suzanne on February 18, 2011 at 2:23pm
Looking for followers for my NEW blog! :)

http://www.andmyhouse.blogspot.com/
Comment by Andrea Tucker on February 18, 2011 at 10:33am

Hello Ladies!   Hope to get to know so many of you.  I have so much to share with you all.  You can come chek out my blog @ http://www.mommytucker.blogspot.com/

Comment by Wanda Mcphee on February 17, 2011 at 12:20pm

Looking for blogs to follow. I especially love blogs with great recipes, fashion, organic/green products or decor.  

www.beautyandthegreen.blogspot.com

Comment by LivingforGod on February 16, 2011 at 2:49pm
MOST is a beautiful allegory of God's amazing love and sacrifice. You can read my review of this inspiring DVD, watch the trailer, and enter the giveaway at http://bornagainandblessed.blogspot.com/2011/02/dvd-review-and-give... . The giveaway ends 2/28.
Comment by Jus Tey on February 16, 2011 at 5:35am

Mummy SOS!  Do you have a fussy eater for a toddler?  Please share your toddler feeding tips over at http://makingmum.blogspot.com/2011/02/weaning-wednesdays-some-sugge...

I would love to hear your tips, since we have a mealtime monster... 

 

 

Comment by Nancy Taylor on February 16, 2011 at 3:08am
A benefit of being a blogger is becoming part of a community and meeting people I'd never known existed.  Some of these new relationships have developed into cherished friendships.  Blogging has become more than just a hobby.  I now have friends that I am actively seeking ways to meet.  If you know what I mean, stand up and holler!

One of my friends showed up on my radar about a year ago.  I don't know when or how but it feels like she and I have been friends for years.  She is simply one of those women that is genuine and someone I want to tell all my secrets to because she is so accepting and and Christ-like.

Turns out Amy lives her beliefs.  She and her husband have six children.  That, in and of itself, is service personified.  But a few years ago both of these people felt a pull to travel to Zambia.  How they found Zambia on the globe, let alone on a map is a mystery to me, but they felt spiritually led.  Long story short, they found a great need for raising the next generation of children without hope.  They started small. They opened an orphanage.
Are they just the cutest little things?
The truth is they are not all true orphans.  These little guys are born into incredible poverty.  If a mother dies in childbirth, a father can not care for the child.  Formula is not a common staple for this third world country.  
Tom and Amy, using the forced labor of their own children, take in any child under the age of 2.  Proof of orphan status is not required.  They offer safety, healthy food, medical care, education, and lots of hugs.  These babies are not for adoption.  Politics are not such that you get to choose one of these sweethearts and take him (Peter) home.  Although I may have one picked out if I ever get to Zambia and can safely kidnap him.  Tom and Amy are investing in tomorrow.  These cutie-pies are Zambia's future doctors, teachers, engineers, or orphanage directors.  No pressure, kids.
I've been following Amy's blog and emailing her and I feel invested in the work they have begun.  When one of the babies gets sick, Amy blogs and asks for prayers.  Sometimes they die.  Not all of the children are healthy when they arrive.  HIV rears its ugly head on occasion.  I've been known to emit sobs while reading Amy's blog late at nig
 

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