“How fun!” I find myself exclaiming this many times throughout the week. Here are just a few things that touched me or made me smile:
I wrote my very first guest post this week. How fun is that? I want to thank Charity again for hosting me. She is a kind and generous person and I love reading her blog. You can read my post, Worry is Like a Rocking Chair, here.
Thank you, Charity.
We are also hosting another giveaway. This time, you get to pick the photo and the verse that will be printed on the photo. Get all of the details here. Contest ends Sunday, March 16th.
My husband has been at it again… He made these free printables for you! They are tags you can download and print out. There is a dotted line you can cut along so they may be hung from kitchen cabinet knobs, a bathroom medicine cabinet, or maybe your car’s rearview mirror – but please keep your eyes on the road! 🙂 Really, anywhere you might need a little dose of beauty and a reminder to praise Him, pray to Him, or simply trust Him. Click here or click the image above to download the 8.5″ x 11″ pdf file. It’s best to print these out on card stock if you have some.
“What We Are Eating This Week” will return for Vol. 16
I took the photo for the meme below as the sun was shining through our kitchen window. I love the soft textures and shadows. So… have you picked up on my theme for today’s How Fun! yet? 🙂
Link-up as many posts as you like that are lovely, excellent, or praiseworthy. Share a wonderful piece of writing, a DIY project, a recipe, or anything else that strikes your fancy!
Thanks so much for participating! I appreciate links back to Beauty Observed. Either a text link in your post, or feel free to use my button. Please visit some of the other links and pass them along to your friends. Let’s spread loveliness everywhere!
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Have a great weekend! Remember Philippians 4:8. “whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”