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,



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,


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,