I crashed my website yesterday.
It made me late for a ministry thing I do each month with women battling addictions.
I’m also behind on a project I’m working on with my friend Diane Bailey.
I’m staring at 2 mountains: one of mail, one of laundry.
My grass is knee-high and weeds threaten to take over the mulched beds.
Compassion International assignments come out on Monday, which squeezes me to post by Wednesday.
As I worked on the CI assignment and pulled out letters from my kids, I realized that the things causing my frazzledness are blessings. Every last one of them. So no complaining from me. I just need to get busy and finish some projects. Including…
If you’re not familiar with Pinterest, you probably need to go ahead and set up a Pinterest account so you can waste as much time as the rest of us. I’m kidding of course, but like everything else online, it’s easy to lose track of time.
Pinterest is like an online magazine with tips about everything you can imagine –
Recipes, craft ideas, art, fashion, photography, vacation ideas, parenting tips, COMPASSION INTERNATIONAL …
It’s easy peasy to enter — just create a board and a couple of pins! And the best thing? All gifts go BACK TO THE CHILD. To enter the contest, click here –>
Compassion International Pinterest Contest
If you’d like to check out my board –> Susan’s Compassion Board on Pinterest
I have a BUNCH of pins you’re welcome to re-pin:
- how to choose a child to sponsor,
- letter writing tips,
- reproducibles you can send to your child,
- ways to pray for your child
CI is halfway to their goal of getting sponsors for 3,108 children. If you’re not a sponsor, would you click over to their site and consider it?
Now, off to my blessings. First on the list, laundry.