Thriving Thursday 9/12

It’s Thursday again :)  You awesome ladies bless me every week with your posts!

It’s been a busy week here. Did you enter to win the calendar giveaway? I am giving away THREE of these great calendars and there are low entries so far…great odds! Check it out here.

Thriving Thursdays Link Up!!!

Thriving Thursdays is a link up for family-friendly bloggers, who are choosing to THRIVE in their lives. It’s a place for us to encourage and inspire one another to live life to the fullest–in Jesus Christ. Link up your posts about thriving–in marriage, faith, parenting, homemaking, relationships, in the kitchen, in frugality.

Everything we do can be a ministry and worship to our Lord. Link up as many posts as you want, and I hope that you’ll take the time to visit some other participants as well.

I am so blessed by the posts you all share! I really look forward to seeing all of the encouragement shared here each week. Keep it coming! Sometimes I highlight posts here, and I also pin my favorites to the Thriving Thursdays Pinterest Board.

PS–don’t forget to visit my new co-host, KM Logan :)

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  1. says

    I remember getting that “but what about socialization?” question a lot. People just couldn’t understand. I reminded them that as homeschoolers, my kids went with me to the store or doctor’s office or to garage sales (lol!) and they met people of different ages, backgrounds and cultures.

    They chatted with doctors, firemen, postmen, etc The butcher at the grocery store used to love to chat with them and talk with them about how to recognize a good cut of meat, etc. and the librarian knew them by name and saved books for them, lol! Meeting all these people was a wonderful socialization as they weren’t limited to their own peer group on the playground! :)

    And of course, just like kids from public/private schools are able to socialize and meet many different people at school events during the evening or church activities or whatever during evenings or weekends, my kids were also socializing at evening or weekend events as well. (And we belonged to a homeschool co-op too). Anyway, thanks for hosting!

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