Saturday, October 9, 2010

Fabulous Friday (Saturday Edition)!

So this is a day late...the pace of things really picks up in the fall, doesn't it?

First of all, our winner of the calendar kit from last week is Babs (blog post). Babs, email us with your info so we can get your prize out to you. Thank you all for your sweet comments to the McLendon family and Keller!

I ran across a quote this week that I LOVE:

"There are two ways to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as if everything is."
-Albert Einstein

I just love this. Sometimes we get bogged down in the day to day or the worries of life. This helped me put a little perspective on things that I am going through, as well as others around me.

Now for today's giveaway-we're giving away one of our brand new wall hangings to help you get a head start on the holidays.

To be entered in the drawing to win, just leave a comment telling us what "little miracle" you are thankful for!

Have a great weekend!



Jenny McGee said...

WOW, I am the first to comment. That's a little miracle in itself, LOL. Little miracles are watching my son play soccer. Doing everyday things and looking at them in a different way.

Kristie Maynard said...

One of my little miracles is the wonderful relationship my son and daughter have. They are 20 & 18 and are very close, they even work at the same place and are so totally enjoying it. Someone commented to me today that they love how they are so close and hope their kids are like that when they get older. It made me realize that it is a true blessing to have them have such a wonderful relationship. Not all siblings do.

ALH1203 said...

Love this giveaway! Will def need to pick a few of these up!! The little miracle in my life is snuggling up with my munchkin. We were married for seven years before we had her and I never thought she was gonna get here. Now that she is ehre I know this is spot I am meant to be in. I love mommyhood!

GramNan said...

I have five little miracles (some call them grandchildren). My youngest daughter had very difficult pregnancies due to her auto immune disease. Through modern medicine and a lot of prayers, she & her husband gave us two beautiful grandchildren who are anatomically perfect...please note this doting grandma didn't say they were perfect because I cannot tell a lie!