Monday, September 26, 2011

I'm Backkkkk

Sorry I haven't been around lately!!! Finding it hard to get to the computer these days...let alone post on my poor lonely blogs.

I do miss them!!

Now thanks to modern technology...
and my Android market...
I now have an app on my beloved phone...
without I wouldn't update my Facebook or Twitter statuses.

So now, hopefully, this will be the first of many more posts!!!

**Note to self----> Update backgrounds!!!

Thursday, January 13, 2011

The 'WEIGHT' Is Over!!

Follow this 'WEIGH'---->


Tuesday, January 4, 2011

I'm Ready...I'm Ready...I'm Ready!!

I'm pushing myself to be be better for the New Year!!
Check it out HERE!!


Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Tiny Pieces **REPOST**

Original post: 12/7/08
"Long ago, a glittering star led the way to a Holy Child.

And today it is said that snowflakes are tiny pieces of that very star, sent to lead our hearts anew to Jesus, the Light of the World."


Tuesday, December 21, 2010

To my little Princess....

My bloggy friend posted this on her blog recently, so I thought I'd share...

Part of me wishes you could stay this age forever,
while another part can't wait to see
the woman you grow up to be!!


Christmas Crown **REPOST**

Original Post: 12/6/08

A circular wreath is an emblem of Christmas, perfection, and unity. The holy wreath first symbolized Christ's suffering and ultimate triumph over death.
It's sharp pointed leaves resemble the crown of thorns worn by Jesus on the cross.
The red berries represent drops of his blood.
Wreaths were later formed using evergreen boughs, which remain colorful in winter,
to illustrate that Jesus has eternal life.


There's No Man Like A Snowman *REPOST*

The Meaning of the Snowman
Original post: 12/5/08

The white snow stands for the purity of souls filled with Gods grace.
The circular snowballs represent Gods everlasting love.
The pieces of coal used to make the eyes, mouth and buttons symbolize Gods almighty power.
The carrot nose reminds us that God gives us everything we need to live and grow.
The scarf suggests the warmth of Gods tender care.
The top hat reminds us always to keep faith our top priority.
The twig arms are outstretched to us, as God's always are.
The broom made of straw and wood signifies that Jesus was born and died to cleanse us of sin.
May your heart be ever warmed by the good news of Gods great love for you!