pretty is the burpcloths I made for an old friend's new little baby sweetie girl. . .
funny is Ben leading singing, but the really funny part is the songs he cobbles together and words he supplies. . . . Philadelphia Chickens meets "Jesus has forgiven me, the blood He shed on Calvary. . ."
real is our old car and how we counted down the miles to 200,000. It turned over when Ben and I went 2 miles down the street to drop off a trunkload of styrofoam for recycling.
Linking up with Leila's collection of everyday contentment.
Hurray for old cars! Especially if they are paid for! :)
Leading singing...I do believe every church going child mimics this. So sweet.
I love the lyrics children can think up :) Philadelphia Chickens is one of our favorites too.
I love those burp cloths!!!!
And I LOVE that singing boy!!!
We are high mileage drivers too. My husband's last car met an untimely death at 375,000 miles. His current car is at 270,000 & he considers it 'young.' frugality at work!!!!
Ordinary life is beautiful and real. I love, love, love the soap photo. Nice shot.
You son is a hoot. I would have loved to be at that singing!
Adorable burp rags! When we have our next baby I'll have to make some of my own. They are super sweet and I love that you can pick out any cute fabric that suits your fancy!
Also, I really like your Chesterton quote! So true.
"Happiness is. . .
a fat new bar of French lavendar soap. . ."
Philadelphia Chickens! We have that at the library, and I sometimes play it while working in the children's dept. Hilarious!
I want that Lavendar soap!
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