Holy Hard Work, Batman!


I was redesigning the header yesterday (did you notice?) and I examined the links along the top of this blog for the first time in a long time. The FREEBIES link brought a vague memory of listing free downloads which I created exclusively for this blog.

So I clicked on the link and.....fizzle!
How disappointing! It was barren.

So I spent the evening listening to a new CD (which you simply MUST check out) and updating the FREEBIES tab. Go check it out. I think you'll be impressed.

Hopefully, I'll update it more often now that I remember that it, in fact, exists.  And, on a side note, I was kind of amazed at how much I have done for this blog.  When you see it all together at once you realize it was a lot of work.  But, I get such amazing comments and occasional emails from you blog readers, that I am always motivated to keep going.  So thanks, the Thank You's mean a lot to me.
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In return for providing you with free FHE plans, I request that you add comments on your Year of FHE experiences to encourage others. Feedback on lesson plans, photos of your family and stories from your FHE are so inspiring! See CONTACT button for email instructions.

5 Way Righteous Comments:

Deanna said...

What you have done is AMAZING!!! I look at this blog (and your others) anytime something is posted...but we're struggling with FHE...WHY is it so hard to get FIVE people to gather nicely for twenty minutes to listen to sweet messages of the gospel? Why???

You're amazing. And inspiring.

Thank YOU!

Jewelle said...

I'm glad you mentioned your header. I use googlereader and normally wouldn't have seen it. I LOVE the new look though. Home is where the heart is comes to mind. Thank you for putting this blog together. I know it has helped are family tremendously even if we don't use it every week. I can't wait to take a peek at the freebie section and start downloading away :D

Kaylynn said...

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Your blog is wonderful! I truly appreciate all your hard work!

SuzanneF said...

I noticed!
Why don't I recognize all of the freebies? I'm sure we did all of your plans this year. Maybe we opted out of some activities?
I Love your ReverANT book!! It turned out so cute!

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