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Exhausted :|: Literacy Musing Mondays

November 20

Last week was no fun for me. First, my kiddo was sick all week long. Then I came down with it and am still in recovery mode. The weekend was spent with family for a Thanksgiving celebration and Sunday for my son’s birthday celebration. I am so exhausted.

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Today is my son’s actual birthday. He is five. Such a blessing in so many ways. Anyway, I am barely getting this post up and apologise for the lack of editing and a favorite post. I will make up for it next week.

Thanks so much for contributing, my reading friends!

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Last Week’s Top Clicked Post!

What I Learned About Myself by Doing an ‘Argument Autopsy’

By Beth Steffaniak at Messy Marriage



In this post, Beth introduces her guest post at Sheila Wray Gregoire’s blog To Love, Honor, and Vacuum. She also includes a great resource to help you determine why you argue and how you argue and what your arguing style with your husband says about your marriage. The resource is also a prayer journal with guide questions and scriptures to help edify your marriage. Beth provide so many useful tools on her site. Messy Marriage continues to be one of my favorite blogs. Her blog posts have been the most clicked several times because she delivers such useful information to help Christian women improve their marriages.



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  • Reply
    Maree Dee
    November 20 at 6:12 pm


    So sorry you have been sick. I hope you are feeling better. Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for hosting this link-up. Maree
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    Mary Hill
    November 20 at 9:18 pm

    I hope you son feels well for the holiday. Happy Thanksgiving. I hope you have a wonderful celebration. Thanks for cohosting with me this year.

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