|Gorgeous winter collage (very appropriate today) is by Abby at Little Birdie Blessings|
For March 2008, I found several posts I would like to share with you. Many of them involve spiritual encouragement, especially for dealing with trials.
Trusting God is based off notes that I took at a women's seminar by Elizabeth George. I was blessed all over again as I re-read this and some of the other posts.
|This is a digital page that Abby at Little Birdie Blessings designed with a friend.|
Bookends is another post based on notes I took at the seminar. This thought has helped me more often than you can imagine.
God’s Path is the first of several posts I wrote during my study of Elizabeth George's book Finding God's Path Through Your Trials. I highly recommend this book -- I cannot recommend it highly enough, in fact. While you are in the March 2008 archives, you will find several more posts concerning this study that you might like to look at.
a special cross stitch I made for one of my daughters.
For March 2009, I'm linking to a post about some of my paper crafting efforts with these winter tags.
baked beans and brown bread. Good, economical comfort food!
early spring decorating and the other on some fun handmade gifts for kids in Chef’s Hats Galore!
A prayer for my grandchildren, shared in 2012, has the distinction of being one of the most popular posts ever on the blog. Not exactly sure why, but a lot of people have visited it.
In March 2014, Gluten-free Irish Soda Bread was a great discovery for me. If you must avoid wheat (or simply prefer to) you would love this bread, I'm sure.
Also in 2014 I shared these cute felt play mats I had made for my grandchildren. They were adorable and a lot of fun to make, but sadly, the hot glue didn't hold up well at all. Guess I would hand-sew these if I ever made more. Not that I think I will.
homemade samoa bars from Jocelyn at Inside BruCrew Life. They are decadent but scrumptious.
And then from March 2016, I shared info on some vintage camper dish towels that I had made and which a lot of people have asked about.