Sunday, July 22, 2012

A Little Something


Hello, Dear Ones!
Hope you all have had a nice weekend.
Before I pop off to church I thought I'd leave a little tiny post.

We've had a little rain.
The sun is shining now.
I've eaten a bowl of Rainier cherries.
I feel so love and blessed.
I thank God for His love and His blessings,
I thank God for my family
and
I thank God for all of you who faithfully visit my little blog.

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Be a bunch of sweeties,
Shelia ;)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song ~

Thank You, Lord
 
For all that You've done, I will thank You
For all the You're going to do
For all that You've promised and all that You are
Is all that has carried me through
Jesus, I thank You
[ Lyrics from

And I thank You, thank You Lord
And I thank You, thank You Lord

Thank You for loving and setting me free

Thank You for giving Your life just for me
How I thank You, Jesus, I thank You
Gracefully thank You, thank You
~ sung by Dennis Jernigan

42 comments:

  1. Shelia we finally got some much needed rain too. Enjoy your day!

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  2. It's wonderful to know that a blogging friend is doing the same time I am -- a minute on the computer than off to church to give thanks and praise. You were my very first comment back in 2008 -- thank you for that! Have a great day. Sally

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  3. Have a wonderful day. I am inspired by reading your blog daily.

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  4. And I, too, am loved and blessed! Love this song and love coming here to share a moment or two with you early this Sunday morning, my friend.
    ~Adrienne~

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  5. Love this post today, Shelia. :) It is such a good feeling to remember our blessings and be thankful.

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  6. Shelia,
    Getting ready to head out to Worship...and breakfast out! This sweet little post made me smile this morning! Have a blessed day, dear friend!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  7. Beautiful thoughts-beautiful song. So needed to be reminded to thank God for all He has done. I love the milk glass,vintage mixing bowl. I think I'll have to start a collection. I have two at my shop that I've been eyeing for some time. Love the rolling pin and battered recipe book. This was a fun post. Blessings and Prayers to you and yours, Bonnie

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  8. What a beautiful post Miss Sheila! Enjoy your day. I adore that little mixing bowl and tea towel.

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  9. What a wonderful feeling. And I just love love love that bowl.

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  10. Dearest Sheila, your sweet and upbeat post was a dose of light and cheerfulness that I needed this morning.. Couldn't make it to church this morning, but I see the love of Christ in you this morning and that is a precious gift!! Have a marvelous day!!!

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  11. What a lovely little post Shelia!! Have a wonderful day!

    Jan ♥

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  12. Sheila, what a wonderful post! Thanks so much for the blessings and for being the sweetie that you are! Enjoy your day!

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  13. Yes, rain is a blessing that has not been bestowed on my home in a very long time.
    I just love that bowl!

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  14. Beautiful post in every way. Hugs ~ Mary

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  15. I love that red and white bowl! Never seen one quite like it.
    Brenda

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  16. Have a blessed Sunday, Shelia!

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  17. Sweet post, Shelia. We are blessed to know you, even if it is in cyberspace (it is keeping us all connected somehow!). xo

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  18. What a sweet post. Hope you had a good morning. XO, Pinky PS, I feel blessed and thankful too.

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  19. What a sweet post, Shelia! I hope you enjoyed church today. It was storming here yesterday so I am thankful it cleared so we could have church (ours it outside @ the lake).

    Cherries are in season, and I need to make my cherry almond coffee cake because it is fantastic!!!

    xo,
    RJ

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  20. Beautiful Post! How blessed we all are! That Better Homes and Gardens cookbook was the only thing I had in my hope chest when I got married! Thank goodness my new mother-in-law had a real hope chest for her son! (Have you ever heard of a mother making a hope chest for her sons?)

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  21. Sweet post, Shelia. Glad you are still getting rain. Send some more our way, please.

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  22. Shelia, darling post and we all have so much to be thankful for. It is trying to rain here now and I hope it does. xoxo, Olive

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  23. So sweet! So thankful to our loving God!!

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  24. What a sweet post. We have so much to be thankful for!

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  25. It's always good to be grateful for what you have and you certainly are (as you should be). Hope you're having a relaxing Sunday.

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  26. Dear One,
    Hope you had a blessed Sunday. I've had a super one!
    God bless,
    d from Kansas

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  27. Such a sweet strawberry linen! Today, I didn't FEEL blessed but I know I am and I cling to that. (Sometimes feelings lie!)

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  28. Lovely post! May God continue to bless you!:)

    Love the photos, and the objects that make it so charming and pretty!

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  29. For a minute, I thought you had gotten you sweet little hands of photos of my mother's kitchen. Thanks for the memories!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  30. A little rain!! That is a blessing- we are still praying for some!!

    I got blessed by getting to pick choke cherries today! WE have a tree and need a20 foot ladder to reach them! I just love getting up in those trees and picken! Now it's time to make some jam!

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  31. I love those little vintage items, and that is still the greatest cookbook...ever! And oooooh cherries in season- love. Thank God for his small blessings as well as his abundant grace!

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  32. Shelia, I love this wonderful vintage vignette. That bowl is fabulous, and the linen too. How clever to put the Betty Crocker cookbook in the vignette. laurie

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  33. Sweet post Sheila. I love the vintage vignette. We had a lot of rain but now it has stopped and we need it again.
    ~Clara

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  34. I have that same old Better Homes cook book, I love it that you managed to make such a retro vignette that reminds me of my mom, somehow. This vignette warms my heart dear Shelia. I love your blog and specially you, so have a blessed week sweet lady.
    FABBY

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  35. Awe! Your such a Sweetie! :) I just love these cute kitschy pictures.
    I hope church was good! :)


    ~Liz

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  36. Hi, Shelia, I love your sweet post. I love olden cookbook and rolling pins...
    and this song is one of my favorites. We sing it often at our weekly home fellowship.
    love you, too...:)

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  37. Love that bowl, it is so pretty!! You always do the prettiest vignettes!!

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  38. Thank you for this Sheila! I feel so full of gratitude for each day that I have to spend with my family...every day is a blessing. I love this display, too! I read somewhere that the different colors on the handles of rolling pins represent something...not sure what, but I love yours!! Christie at Three Pixie Lane Have a wonderful day!

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  39. Hi Shelia
    *hugs*
    What a sweet post....sweet towels and you've eaten some sweet cherries. Very yummy....
    We should feel so very blessed for all that we have...and all that we love...and for the beauty in a given day. *hugs*
    Judi

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  40. Sheila!!!! Wow!!!!! You are one BUSY lady!!! I'm so impressed! I love everything you do! I love everything you GIVE! You have filled me with excitement and gratitude! And reminded me to take time to show gratitude as well! Thank you!

    I love your glitter houses! I hope you don't mind me "snoopin" around a little longer! I wanted to say HI and THANK YOU! for sharing and caring! And now I'm gonna go snoopin a little more! Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a message too! You are just so kind!... I love visitors too!!!! :)

    Have a great week!!!!!

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  41. I have that same cookbook that was a wedding gift 39 years ago :-) We have used it over and over. I loved your glitter houses. They are so amazing.


    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  42. Love this picture! Can you tell me what kind of bowl that is? I love the rolling pin design:)

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