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Posted by Patience on August 1, 2009 at 7:00 AM in Supersister Weekend Roundup
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While Jen is off to her Rwandan home away from home collecting stories for Picture Hope, I've been left to pass on the Supersister Weekend Roundups.

So here are my favorite things from this week:

All things Julie Andrews lead me to this lovely version of the ever popular song.

I've been pouring over all the amazing things that keep Maine Momma's heart full of gratitude.

Moms that know how to say sorry to kids. It is the kind of stellar parenting that I take notes on.

Playing the emoticon game with my kids.

Blueberry picking which leads to a variety of baking, including to die for blueberry muffins. Enjoy!

Anything that involves hula hoops and fitness.

Tell me your favorite things in the comments. Links or no links, we'd love to read them.


amy writes...

summer, sunrises, seafood, water, blue, living rural, running, wise people, lavender, music/harmony, knitting, seeing the world through my camera....

kristin writes...

i am honored to be mentioned here for my 365 days of gratitude project. we know that every day is a new day to be present and mindful of even the smallest bits of our day. not all days are full of light. many bring sadness and struggles. my project is me stepping back from that, and seeing that indeed there is always something, even if it be small, to be grateful for.

thank you.
kristin (aka maine momma)

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