Saturday, October 19, 2013

Weekend Links - October 19, 2013

It's a rainy, cool Saturday here. Perfect weather for curling up in a blanket with a hot drink and reading through the links that catch your eye. (Except I can't curl up at my computer. I unlike many - most? - folks do not use a laptop or handheld device for surfing the web. Curling up at a desktop is harder to do. I like to think I've perfected the art. But I digress.)

Spiritual / Inner Life
Marriage / Parenting
Homeschooling / Education
Homekeeping
  • Funny Real Estate: "This Seems Like a Bad Idea" Edition from Hooked on Houses. This makes me wish we had taken pictures of some of the places we've looked at. Bad ideas abound.
  • Design Ideas and Tip for Renters from Remodelaholic. Great advice but what can you do when you CAN'T HANG ANYTHING ON THE WALLS? Sorry for yelling. That has been one of the most frustrating things about living in this rental. Kids need hooks for jackets and boards where they can hang their art. We haven't had those for 6 months.
  • Coconut Oil: What it Is and How to Use It from Mel's Kitchen Cafe. Our Kroger had a bunch of oils on clearance this week so I bought several I've never used before, coconut oil being one of them.
In the News
Everything Else
Well, that's all for this week. What caught your eye?

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2 comments:

Milah said...
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Kelly said...

I totally agree with the "admit, believe, confess" article. I never understood the difference between "admit" and "confess", but my senior year I heard someone explain the ABCs as "admit, believe, commit" and everything CLICKED. I use it overtime I get to share the gospel with a friend. (Also, the cross chart from the Gospel Centered LIfe Bible study, which is possible THE MOST influential study I've ever worked through. Seriously worth looking into.)

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