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I'm Done Reading

And might I just add that I haven't started my chores?

I know - I am so bad. But there were so many great reads!

I read an article debunking some of the myths of cloth diapering.  (For the record, I never used them.  But if I were to have another baby, I would probably try them.  Have you seen how cute they are now?  I'd probably also ask some of my homeschooling friends to make me some - I'd be helping them out financially and I'd know where my diapers were coming from and what materials they were made out of).

I read a beautiful bit on keeping it real with God when you're going through trials. (This blog is absolutely beautifully written.  I highly suggest you keep it in your blog roll or just save it to favorites.  The author always has something wonderful to say - although not always pleasant).

I saw some beautiful photography posted over at Pioneer Woman of her sister and new nephew.  I'm not sure if they're good because P-Dub is a great photographer or if she just has great subjects.

I haven't gotten caught up on my blog roll, however.  I plan on catching up sometime today or tomorrow.  But for now, my blog reader is empty (save for the next installment of P-Dub and her man's love story) and I feel very happy about that.

Keep on posting and I'll get to you before Sunday - I'm almost sure of it!

Until next time...

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  1. Thanks for commenting on my multitasking post with the Sampler. It is so nice to relate to other mother's that struggle though this thing called life and raising children.

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  2. Love your blog, your ramblings, your recommended reading....Have added you to my favorites!

    Susan
    http://www.raisin-toast.com

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