Free Photos from York

It’s been awhile since I scrapbooked on a regular basis. I suppose this place has become my “virtual scrapbook,” hasn’t it? But that doesn’t mean I don’t want prints of my sweet ones. And who wouldn’t mind getting those prints for free? Sign up with York Photo and receive 40 free prints. These would be […]

Frugal Friday: Budget Gifts for the College Grad

Last week I shared with you gift suggestions for the high school graduate. This week I thought I’d address college graduates. While both have accomplished great things, their situations are a tad different. The high school graduate is headed off for the military, a job, or further education. He or she is still pretty young […]

Great Gift Idea for Father’s Day, Graduations, Weddings

Looking for a special, personalized gift that you can afford for upcoming special events?

To Be More Joyful: Watch Your Words

We’ve all heard about the dangers of the tongue. How we use (or don’t use) our words has a tremendous impact on those around us as well as on our own attituds. How we speak has a direct impact on how much joy we will find in life, especially “life as MOM.”

Frugal Friday: High School Graduation Gifts that Won’t Break the Bank

Graduation season is upon us. And before you go out shopping, consider a few frugal but fun tokens of congratulations:

Booking It: The May Update

I have been updating my original reading goals for the year. You all have supplied such great book suggestions that I have to add them. I think I’ve found some kindred spirits amongst those who link up or comment each month and share their good reads. Thank you! I don’t know a lot about these […]

The Solid Rock

Photo Source: Mike Baird People will disappoint you. Plans will not go according to plan. Life will have its bumps in the roads. These words remind me where to stand: My hope is built on nothing less Than Jesus’ blood and righteousness. I dare not trust the sweetest frame, But wholly trust in Jesus’ Name. […]

Frugal Friday: Budget Anniversary Celebrations

When a special occasions rolls around, it brings with it the temptation to “do it up big.” Usually that signifies “do it up expensive.” A few too many “special” occasions and you can find yourself in the poor house. Or at least with a few too many bills and too little money.