Month: April 2013

Z is for …

Z is for Zippity Do Day Just saying that makes me want to just go skipping down a lane. What do you think of when you hear that phrase? Well we didn’t […]

Y is for …

Y is for … …hubby says The morning sunrise! Yellow roses! A yellow kitchen ~ we used to have a bright yellow kitchen, much brighter than this one.  Then we moved to […]

X is for …

X is for x-ray. I used to work for a radiologist.  One day he asked if he could take an x-ray of my eye socket. He did. And it looked really weird […]

Changes are a Coming

Changes are a Coming to this here blog. First off, just a reminder that our everyday blog The Wandering Workentin’s can be found here.  Hope you join us as we live/work/travel from […]

U is for Unique

U is for Unique Unique is one and only; single; sole: a unique specimen having no like or equal; unparalleled: a unique achievement highly unusual, extraordinary, rare I remember hearing when I was a young child my mom […]

Authentically Natasha

Being vulnerable is important. I vow to always be authentic with you all on things I decide to write, and topics YOU want to hear about!

The Christian Tech-Nerd

-Reviews, Advice & News For All Things Tech and Gadget Related-

DB McNicol

author ~ traveler ~ shutterbug

Turning The Pages Of Life

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MobiusGirl Design

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Seeking Him Ministries

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Berry Hooked

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WOOLLY WEDNESDAY

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Pocketfuloflearning

A blog dedicated to the excellence in teaching

This {Un}Exceptional Life

Loving the Lord, Serving Him Wherever He Plants Us!

FULL OF ROSES INSPIRATIONALS

Christian inspirational photography and poetry

MandMCrochetDesigns

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Our RV Adventures

Eating Our Way Across The USA ... And Now Europe!!

Crochet Getaway

escapades for crochet enthusiasts

Gypsy Journal RV Travel Newspaper

"Our Adventures On And Off The Road"

kelirium

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