Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Did You Know.... can recycle infant car seats?  Yep, it's true.  I just read it over at The Snyder 5.  Molly Snyder does a regular post on recycling "cans" and "can'ts" and she just posted about this great company called Baby Earth that will accept all kinds of baby items like strollers, high chairs, and car seats and will recycle them.  It's free and you get a $5 gift certificate to Baby Earth.  They carry all kinds of eco and organic baby items.  Wow...this is really exciting!

...that aprons are really big right now?  I posted about the adorable ones Starla had made.  And her and I have been adding all sorts of  "stuff" to our pile-to-keep at Ruth's Room to turn into too stinkin' cute aprons.  And....Disney over at Ruffles and Stuff just posted a tutorial on how to make an apron from a t-shirt.  Way Cute!  I love aprons and I think they add a bit of femininity and nostalgia that is so needed in this day and age.

...Piper, the daughter of one of my besties had a well-written Letter to the Editor published in our local newspaper?   This girl is a testament to what a loving, stable, God-fearing, Christian family can accomplish if they set their minds to it.  Piper is a college freshman who was recently told by her Public Speaking teacher that she COULD NOT give a persuasive speech against abortion, although someone else in the class is being allowed to give a speech on the benefits of assisted suicide.  Piper decided to change the topic of her speech to the benefits of adoption.  And then she wrote this letter to our local paper.  Way to go, Piper!  You make us all proud.

...that I'm so appreciative of all of you that read my ramblings and say prayers for me and my family and leave comments of encouragement and support on this blog?  You are all such a blessing and I thank God each day for those of you that have made me feel extra special.  I pray for blessings of heaven to rain down on each of you.

1 comment:

  1. I love that you can recycle car seats. Thank you for sharing that.

    Woohoo for Piper!


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