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A Heart For Home: Endless Gifts

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Endless Gifts

# 490. Afternoons full of cloud dough fun.

sensory play cloud dough

# 491. My “little” sister home on Spring Break.

# 492. A little sister trying to help an even littler sister. 


# 493. Over 7 months.


# 494. Pretty purpley-blue naturally dyed eggs (soaked eggs in the water leftover from soaking black beans).

# 495. A wonderful new Easter book found at Goodwill just in time. “But Jesus did not stay dead. No he did not!”

# 496. Pretty dresses for all three girls.

# 497. An empty tomb treat made to share at church.


# 498. Watching Eliya eat all the peanut butter she could get her hands on. (Her one graham cracker never even made it onto the tray.)


# 499.The fun of making Resurrection Cookies together Saturday night.



# 500. Remembering Jesus’ precious gift!

# 501. A delicious breakfast at church on Sunday morning.

# 502. No dishes to wash.

# 503. Spending the day with family.


# 504. Discovering a continuous shot function on my camera.

# 505. Capturing Emahry trying to cheer up Jonathan by tickling him. (It didn’t work.)







# 506. Beautiful, perfect weather.

# 507. A backyard egg hunt.

Easter Egg hunt


Today's Question: What is one thing you are thankful for today?

holy experience

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Blogger Kelly Hallahan said...

He didn't stay dead! Hallelujah! Blessings to you this Easter.

April 9, 2012 at 1:30 PM  
Blogger GianneCurry said...

Oh my!!! You are so talented indeed!! A while ago, I did your celery heart stamping and I wanted to pass along a discovery!!! Romaine hearts have a similar structure to hydrangea. So if your little one enjoyed that activity, here is the sequel. Hope all is well!

Check it out at

Happy art making!

April 13, 2012 at 1:15 PM  

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