|New Hampshire Troubadour September 1950|
First up, a post from Carrie concerning the recent Ladies Retreat 2011 at The Wilds of New England. I went to this retreat and loved it, but have not yet written the longer post that I want to. Carrie has written a great account of our time there and has some nice photos too. I promise I will still post about this, but in the meantime you will enjoy reading Carrie's thoughts, I know.
Next, a few posts from syds1girl at Daily Musings from the Hill. This real-life friend of mine has a lovely blog and a wonderful talent for relating devotional thoughts to everyday life and the beauty of nature. Check out these recent posts; you will be encouraged, challenged, and inspired!
Teach us to Number our Days
A Sweet Savor
Songs in Late Summer
Susan, at By Grace, is another writer who inspires me. This post, Come, concerning the blessings of fellowship with our Lord, will likely inspire you too.
Mrs. Smith, at Sweet Tea and Simplicity, is new to blogging, but she is a wonderful photographer and an inspiring writer as well. This excellent post, Frames That Count, challenges me to be sure I am spending my time wisely as God would have me to.
I loved this wonderful post that artist Susan Branch wrote about her dad: The House that Jack Built. If you are blessed to still have a dad in your life (or even if he has passed on) this post is likely to make you cry, but will surely encourage you to appreciate his influence in your life.
My friend Patty, at Beside Still Waters, has written a great post that reminds us all how important it is to Encourage others.
And last of all, if you enjoy beautiful photography, fall decorating, and also want to be encouraged to have a thankful heart, you'll want to read Thankful Be, an inspiring post written by Aunt Ruthie over at Sugar Pie Farmhouse.
Hope you all enjoy these links as much as I did!