Top of the morning and happy Saturday dear friends,
Thanks for coming to visit me for another weekend. I hope you had a good week and that you were blessed with lots to celebrate. I am so happy to report that winter is almost over, all God’s living world is getting ready for a new season of life. I look outside and see the snow melting away, the rooftops and sidewalks peeking through the melting snow and sunshine glaring through our windows and I feel a sense of wonder. Wondering what God has in store this season of new beginnings for me and my family. Spring is absolutely my most favorite season of the year, because it is all about fresh starts and newness.
I’m ready for a fresh start in many areas of my life, but before that I’d like to take a moment to reflect on what I am grateful for this winter past. I would also like to offer you, just because you stopped by, a free printable so you can reflect and write down what you are grateful for too, I’d like to encourage you to maybe take time to have the kids reflect on this as well.
It’s good to always remember to have an attitude of gratitude.
In the spirit of Spring and St. Patrick’s Day (Tuesday, March 17th), I like to share some fun Spring/St. Patrick’s day ideas posted by other bloggers and myself that you might like.
St. Patrick’s Day Recipes- artsyfartsymama.com
Lucky Charms No-Bake Ice Box Pie-theslowroasteditalian.com
Shamrock Pretzel Pops (St. Patrick’s Day Recipe)-mommybundle.com
Free Printable St.Patrick Day Word Search
Here is some cool downloads from AskLatisha to enjoy while we getting ready for Spring:
My Favorite Blog Post Shared at TGI Saturdays last week are:
Stephanie at mommyzoid.com shared with us last week about why she blogs. I really enjoyed hearing her share her heart on this topic. She shares that she feels she owes a little something something to the moms who’ll come after her.
Then there was this post from Letetia (I think- same name, different spelling) from embracinghiswill.com, called “A Glimpse of His Glorious Love in Eyes Almost Mine – But better.” She wrote about her son’s special heart and spirit. I thought to myself he sounds like a very precious boy. The kind of boy who would grow to be a very special young man, the kind i’d like my precious daughter to marry someday.
God bless all you mom bloggers in your motherhood journey.
Thank you everyone who joined TGI Saturdays last week and welcome all you visitors this week. If you have a blog feel free to link-up, if you don’t have a blog, feel free to enjoy all the great content and links of this post.
Now Let’s Party!