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Hearts For Home: August 11th

In my weekly ‘Hearts for Home’ post I am encouraging myself and others to commit to thinking about what 4-6 things we can do each week to bring our thoughts, prayers and actions to keeping our ‘Hearts for Home’.

1
To continue our daily nature rambles.
It gives me a whole new perspective, to be out daily in the sunshine.

2
Recommitting to my internet/phone resolutions.
Making progress here:)

3
Read 3 picture books a day with my littles.
There I’ve written it, first step to doing it.

4
To find joy in the little things.
To smile and laugh alot is a must;)

Please consider joining in and supporting one another in our vocation. I look forward to meeting you at Cherished Hearts for Home.

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3 Comments

  • ~ Judy ~

    Oh Erin, what a GREAT list!
    Perhaps a picture book at the breakfast table, at the lunch table, and before bed time would help you stick to that one!!! (Spoken by the woman who is striving to read ONE each day!) Thanks for the inspiration! My son and I have been visiting the blogs of your children…you must be so proud…they are SO talented and creative! We corresponded with Legolas so that we can get instructions to their LOTR game!

  • Erin

    Judy

    What sweet, encouraging words to leave me:):)
    I am proud of my children, actually Legolas wants me to ask you for your email address, he wants to send your children the spreadsheets.

    I like your ideas re through the day; has a lot of merit. Regards uninspiring you I've decided to launch the Beauty idea, just trying to decide on the right name that says what I want.

  • Pam in USA

    Dear Erin,
    Hi I just read that you were looking for some fantasy type books for your ds-have you all read The Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander, wonderful Welsh inspired tales of growing up in a magical wrld. We also like the Madeline L'Engle books-A Wrinkle in Time & A Wind in the Door. Enjoy!

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