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Aprons & Pearls Linkup

Having a several productive days is something that I desperately need this week! D has been cutting his molars, so he has fought sleep and been clingy.

We are finally in the second trimester of this pregnancy, so I can use our sleep aid oil roller again, that will be a big help in turning off my brain.

I had a couple of new posts, Helping the Poor and Walking Passed God.

There are a couple of posts that I am working on for next week, so I am looking forward to that. Not a lot of time to chit chat today, so I am off to start laundry, dishes, decuttering, and cleaning…

There is a new rule this week and a note this week…

‎While I personally do not see anything wrong with a glass of wine every once in a while, please do not include alcoholic beverage recipes. It is a stumbling block to many, and I am not comfortable including them. They will be deleted.

While the linkup is growing beautifully, it seems that people are not viewing other’s links. I revamped the linkup to remove the requirement that you must comment on a certain number of posts, but please take time to visit around.

On to the linkup!

The Aprons & Pearls Link-up

“If you want to experience consistent victory and see it played out in the atmosphere of your home, continually look for areas in which the Holy Spirit is leading to greater obedience, and ask God what your part is in making that a reality.

Cynthia Carrier

Aprons & Pearls Link~up @godschicki

This is a Christ-based weekly link-up to encourage others in their walks, and help Christian bloggers get their work out there.

Leave links to posts that are:

Homemaking/natural living/parenting/Christian walk related.

This could be natural living posts, recipes, cleaning, parenting, devotions, lessons, homeschool, Christian living, mentoring, modesty, gardening, homemade, diy, marriage, relationships, frugality, etc.

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2 thoughts on “Aprons & Pearls Linkup

  1. Robbi, I’m with Michele. I love that quote. It’s so easy (at least for me) to see where others are not walking in obedience, but we too often justify our own disobedience by saying, “I was just tired … he pushes my buttons … etc.” Thanks for that gentle reminder. Have a wonderful week.

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