Reading my new bible in story form

*I was given the CSB Reader’s Bible to help facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are my own and 100% honest. My bible is slowly falling a part. Pages have been torn out, the binding torn and tattered. I have needed a new one for a long time. However, …

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Pumpkin Patches in Southern Minnesota

Our family loves fall. I don’t know if it’s because my birthday is in September, but autumn has always felt magical. The crisp, cool air, the colors changing of the leaves, apple and pumpkin pies. They are all some of my favorites. There is also a feeling of slowing down …

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Inspiring an All in All relationship not religion

We were given the book All in All by B&H Publishing to help facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are based on our experience, they are honest and 100% ours. The moment I knew I was pregnant with each of our kids I began praying they would come to …

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The Great Serengeti Indoor Waterpark, Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites

Our family had two weeks of unforgettable fun in August. A dear friend of ours from Madrid, Spain came to visit us. We were able to meet his wife and two kids. It was amazing how well our families meshed. It was as if we had always been friends. Our …

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Charles Spurgeon and Thomas Johnson, Steal Away Home

* I was given Steal Away Home to help facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are based on my experience and are 100% honest and my own. There are certain points in my life when I have prayed for specific wisdom and understanding. A bridge to help me sort …

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Trust meets the Insane

I had to share another favorite song of mine this morning. I have it set to wake me up every morning, it is the first thing I want to focus on when I roll out of bed, Laren Daigle’s, “Trust in You”. The lies often swim in my head, especially …

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Music changes our attitude

Music is important to our family. It can be a game changer in an emotionally hard day. When I am writing it is often what helps me convey the right feel in an article. Similar to writing, music helps me process the world around me. I am going to start …

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Please, adults, don’t let your kids run crazy at the hotel

I started working at a local hotel in Albert Lea folding laundry for six glorious hours. It may not be for everyone, but for me, it’s fantastic. The general manager and assistant manager are both amazing. An accommodating and friendly experience is the goal of whole team. I have watched …

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The Minnesota Children’s Museum is Now Open!

*We were given a membership to the Minnesota Children’s Museum to help us facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are based on our experience. They are honesty and 100% ours. It has been as exciting and suspenseful as the reopening of the Willy Wonka Factory. The Grand Reopening of the …

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