Monday, May 15, 2006




I read about this post at Beth's and thought some of you may enjoy it. It discusses the importance of knowing and keeping our place in a society which rebels against that very thing.

In looking for a graphic to go with this post, I ran across this nice site. She has some nice practical helps here.

I really liked the post made at Mere Comments, which is the first link I've shared.
I do want to make a disclaimer. I have not read through all of the other site. I liked some of the homemaking things. I have no idea what their religious leanings are, other than Christian. Be warned, there is music so you may want to check your speakers as it is very clear. lol There are some lovely hymns recorded there, some of my favorites. "I Greet Thee Who My Sure Redeemer Art" is one I hold dear. I'll post the words another time.

Alright, just wanted to pass those on or I'll forget.

7 comments:

Mrs Blythe said...

Hi Lisa, I scanned through the post you recommended, it looked great I will have to look at it properly. I need to get off blogger now, been on far too much today lol :o)

Rondadebi said...

Thanks Lisa for dropping by my blog......Hope you had wondeful mother's day......I love the little froggy picture.....and great job spiffing your dress..great idea...

Lisa said...

Sarah, Oh good. After I went back to look it over, I saw that she's a tad harsh. But I guess we can handle it. lol

Hi Ronda, thanks for coming by here. I had fun doing that to the dress. I'm keeping my eye out for more things to spiff up. lol

Hulda said...

Your stitching looks so wonderful!

Mrs Blythe said...

I have read the post you recommended, I do agree with it. If we don't occupy the place prepared for us by God then we will never feel truly fulfilled, whatever dreams and aspirations we have. I must away to my bed now, nighty night. :o)

Cindi said...

Lisa, I have no problem with the post you recommended. Too many think certain jobs are beneath them. What kind of world would we live in without the garbage man? He shouldn't be looked down on. Look down on a plummer, try fixing your own broken pipe! No, there are so many young people who expect to get a management job with a high salary. We teach our children that no job is too lowly and no person to be looked down on. That you don't have to be rich and famous to change the world. We are just ordinary people and we love it.

Lisa said...

Hulda, thank you. I loved your geraniums and your graphics too, by the way and enjoyed your blog.

Sarah, I couldn't agree more.

Cindi, yes, absolutely. Ordinary is wonderful. I admire any man who gets out and does his job day in and day out to support his family. The rich and famous seem to be changing the world alright, but I think we could do without their changes.