Weekend Links

Thank you all so much for your sweet words on this post yesterday.  Women in community is a beautiful thing, my friends.

Source: peasinourpod.com via Joy on Pinterest


Here are some beautiful posts that I have enjoyed so very much over the past few weeks.  I hope that you will enjoy them as well!!

It seems trivial….the making of a home from Crunchy Peas

Top Ten List for Mothering Without Smothering from Joy-Filled Days

Being Intentional With Our Words from Angela at The Better Mom

Home Sweet Home from Megan at Beautifully Rooted {which is just such an amazing new space!!}

Journey Through The Holy Days from Monica at The Homespun Heart {which has been my favorite blog now for over 5 years!}

What I Learned: Less and More from Megan at Contented Sparrow

Date Night In from Elise at A Path Made Straight

And, do you want to know what post I still continue to receive emails about?  This one: A Kind Wife, a post I wrote for Darlene at Time Warp Wife.  Apparently, a story of my failure continues to encourage women.  Go God! I’ll share my weakness any day if it helps someone else!!

What are your favorite posts from the week? I’d love to hear!!

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  • http://www.time-warp-wife.blogspot.com/ Darlene Schacht

    Thanks for the linky love, Joy! That was definitely a popular post!! I love it.

  • http://www.joyfilleddays.wordpress.com Sarah Beals

    Thank you, Joy! Although I can hardly take credit for the post! :) A reprint of Elizabeth George’s wonderful material that I loved! I should entitle my blog “Highlights from Elizabeth George”….or “Elizabeth Elliot”….or “Corrie Ten Boom”. :) Have a great weekend.

  • Stepholangylangy

    Hi Joy my name is Stephanie Olinger. I am friends of the Pellegra’s and I came across your blog through a link that Amy shared. I caught on that you were M’s but it wasn’t until tonight that I realized it is in Indonesia. My husband and I and our 2 kids have felt a strong pulling toward Indonesia for about 2 years. Just him and I took a trip to Jakarta and flew into a few other places around October of 2010 . I guess you could call it an exploration trip. Although things happened that turned the trip upside down in a good and scary way. My husband has been back since then and we believe this is a place that if the Lord wills we will be living full term. Would love to hear more from you on where you are in Indonesia, how your family ended up there. and what it has been like. I know you are extremely busy with five kids and living in a third world country so no rush at all. In case there are things that you cannot share on a public blog for safety reasons I will leave you my email. stepholangylangy@gamil.com. Thanks =)