Monday, February 18, 2013

Here in Tennessee

Since my camera is not working I haven't been able to take and post pictures of my time here in Tennessee.
:( However Annie{the other Above Rubies helper} has a camera. Here are just a few she has taken since she has been here. I hope you enjoy them!

This is little Breezy, she is one of the Campbell's many grandchildren. She and a few of her sisters came over to watch some movies with Annie and I.
One of the movies we watched was The Adventures of Robin Hood{starring Errol Flyn and Olivia de Havilland, 1938.} Love to watch vintage movies!
Annie, Rashida{the Campbell's grand daughter} and I went on a nice walk in the woods. Our destination was to Campbell's daughter, Serene's house. When we got there we had to climb through a fence and up a make shift ramp to their deck. That was quite a fun experience especially since I had a skirt on!
Here I am getting ready to climb up the ramp.
And this is Annie{from Michigan}. She is one of ten children and is such a sweet person.
I hope to post some more photos some time soon!

Ever seen The Adventures of Robin Hood{1938}?
Had a movie night lately?
Please leave your comments below!

Love in Christ,
~Sarah~


 


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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Book Giveaway!


I have followed a blog called Tinkered Treasures for a couple of years now and I love it. Elyse Major is the woman behind this cute and creative blog. I love her style and her super sweet and simple crafts. She has just recently written a book filled with her craft ideas. It's now being published and Elsye is giving away a signed copy of her book. So why don't you check out her blog and enter the book giveaway. I'm sure you will love it!

Love in Christ,

~Sarah~

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Little Rubies

So I've done something else from my list and that is to try a pomegranate. I know you are probably thinking,"What? You've never had one before!" The truth is no I haven't. It is not a fruit that was ever bought in my household. The Campbell's buy them all the time and the other day Becky{Above Rubies volunteer from New Zealand} bought one and gave me some. It was delicious! They are such a gorgeous ruby red color. My friend Annie{Above Rubies volunteer from Michigan} said that they are what she imagines rubies would taste like if you could eat them and I think so too. It is very fitting that I tried a ruby red fruit while working for Above Rubies, don't you think so? :) Have you tried any new food(s) this week?

 Love in Christ,

~Sarah~