Monthly Archives: January 2008

You make the world a better place – Award and E-Card

I was so pleased with the success of the bloggin’ blessin’  I thought it would be fun to create another means of letting our online buddies know how much they enrich our lives…so here’s another little slushfest idea. This time … Continue reading

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Day 2 of the Novena to St. Joseph

  Today is the second morning of the St. Joseph novena. Read about the novena in a previous post which can be found here. If you aren’t yet praying the novena with us, why not think about joining in? You … Continue reading

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Handcrafted Notelet giveaway!

Just a gentle reminder that as yet, 16 bloggers have entered my latest handcrafted Notelet giveaway. The winner will be chosen by random number generator at midnight on Tuesday 5th February, so if you haven’t entered the competition yet and … Continue reading

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Novena to St. Joseph

Please also see my free St. Joseph E-Cards here I mentioned the other day that I received a beautiful letter and prayer card from my equally beautiful blog buddy Alexa, but I want to share them with you because I … Continue reading

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Brother Lawrence’s Third Letter

An excerpt from Brother Lawrence’s Third Letter: “A little lifting up of the heart suffices. A little remembrance of God, one act of inward worship, though upon a march, and a sword in hand, are prayers, which however short, are … Continue reading

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Ignore me, I’m just having a (almost dyed) blonde moment….

I stared aghast at my reflection in the  mirror….a rash seemed to have emerged rather suddenly and was spread splatter-style across my face in little dark purple dots.  Having had scepticemia previously and also having had suspected meningitis, I’m pretty … Continue reading

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Sobernuggets anniversary of sobriety!

I sometimes think that we become so desensitised to addiction that it really doesn’t touch us like it should when we hear of this person or that person fighting a battle with crack cocaine or alcohol etc. We need to … Continue reading

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