Hospitality, Friendship, Encouragement

Monday, November 14, 2011

This Week....


I am working on plans for Thanksgiving - you'll hear more about that tomorrow.

I am also working on our Ladies Christmas Tea at church.  This year will be a bit different - we will be doing a really special project - hoping to bless some of the families in the hospital where are friends the Mussers' will be with their adopted daughter KaterinaTheir blog The Blessing of Verity has the ongoing story.  They get to go to the orphanage today and get her!  We realize that families with sick children are under a lot of stress, and we want to be able to bless them!

The girls are working a lot this week - the Christmas show has begun....

Lots to do, so I must run....

Have a wonderful day!

7 comments:

Becky K. said...

Have a great day!!

Thanks for your hospitality yesterday. I needed, needed, needed that.

Vee said...

Oh I'm so happy to see that you are doing the Thanksgiving Party tomorrow! Yay!

Christmas Teas are so delightful. I'm sure that whatever you do for your dear friends will bless them beyond measure. Today is the day? Good. I am so happy for them all and will be praying.

sherry said...

so much wonderfulness . .
rest now then, hm? :o)

no spring chicken said...

How wonderful! You really are busy, but busy blessing is definitely the only busy to be!! I look forward to hearing your Thanksgiving plans... I'm beginning to formulate a few of my own.

Blessings, Debbie

Mama to 12, so far said...

Sounds like fun! I am just sitting here resting! LOL! You know we busy mommys never rest! Al is home for baby and I have been just sitting here doing nothing. LOL!

Hugs and thanks.

Blessed Homemaking said...

You have reminded me how close Thanksgiving is! I need to get ready too :)

Object of Maya*ffection said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love the story about the china - so sweet!

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