Saturday, October 6, 2012

Friday Faves


*Favorite moment: watching my Mom and Dad get off the plane after being in China and Japan for two weeks. 

*A song: I sure wish I could sing like Grace Potter.

*Best example of God meeting my needs this week:  running into a former student's Mom at the hair salon and hearing her say, "Is that my favorite teacher ever?"  I really needed it that day.

*Book of the week: Grace for President by by Kelly S. DiPucchio (I use it to teach several topics.)

*Quote of the week: "I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength." ~ Philippians 4:13

*Image of the week: see above, taken by my Mom in Japan

*Weekly favorite: pin board: Snapshots

*A steal of a deal: These are the same product as Mr. Clean, melamine foam.

12 comments:

Chris Graham said...

I love the picture and the post.
It gives me a "snapshot" of you and your life-neat idea.
Glad your Mom and Dad arrived home safely.

Isa Lisboa said...

Lovely post! Moments like that at the hair saloon are realy nice!

Jennifer Richardson said...

your lists make me smile
and help arrange my heart
like flowers in a vase:)
(i love Grace Potter too!)
may these days be sweetness
and light,
Jennifer

Amy said...

Ooh, that was a fun board! As always, thanks for a bit of Friday inspiration! :)

Claire said...

Lovely post!

Mac n' Janet said...

Love Grace Potter, particularly the song she does with Kenny Chesney. Lovely photo.

S. Etole said...

What a remarkable photo ... so many interesting links here.

joyce said...

I didn't know you are a teacher....kudos to you for a job I could never, and would never, do!

Roban said...

Your mother's photo is amazing. I love the perspective. Oh, and that snapshot site on pinterest. How cool was that find?! Very neat!

Hindsfeet said...

so encouraging, as always, Relyn....thank you....

Tracy said...

WONDERFUL photo by your Mom! Japan... I've long wanted to travel there. It's on the some-day list. :o) Happy Days, Relyn ((HUGS))

Ally said...

I like the Snapshots board. Made me smile.

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