Hey there, welcome to another Good Morning Mondays. I hope you all had a great week and are ready for another one.

I was blessed to be able to stay home most of the week with only one trip to the Dentist with my husband and our usual music lessons on Saturday and Church on Sunday.

The local eisteddfod is in two weeks time so the count down is on. The children are getting excited and really enjoy it but it does involve some nerves on the day.

Our No 2 daughter is going skiing this year so we went to Aldi this week and got her ski gear. She is all set up now and is very excited about it. She didn’t know she was going until we went to get her gear. I think this may be all we hear about for the next 12 weeks but thankfully she has a birthday and other events before then to keep her mind off it.

Our older two children have been going skiing each year for about 7 years now and our son-in-law’s sister has offered to take our daughter with her. This is such a lovely offer and we feel quite comfortable with her going and her sister and brother will be there for her as well.

This is a good learning curve for our youngest as he isn’t going. He was a bit disappointed but that’s okay, his time will come.  We will have a good week with him with just the three of us.

I managed to preserve some more apple juice this past week but I didn’t get to can any more mince (ground beef), hopefully this week.

I don’t have any family pictures this week but I wanted to share this one with you.jothamThis is Jotham, he is the son of our good friends. He was 12 months old in February and has just gotten his new glasses. I thought he looked so cute and he is such a blessing. His mum and sister are the ones we have sewing days with so we get to see Jotham a little bit.

Thank you to everyone who linked up this past week. I have had some computer issues so I apologise if you didn’t get my comments.

Okay our top three posts were….

thmb554f4fe6801c3The 1950’s style and modesty by Jo at Stop…have a chat

thmb554f85008ff92To Those Who Are Barren…on Mothers Day by Cheryl at Homespun Devotionsthmb55503f093a4ec

God’s superabounding Niagara Falls grace… by Beth at Beth Willis Miller’s Blog

and my personal favourite…


Blog Authors Finally Meet by Chris at So Much At Home

Thank you again to everyone for linking up. They are all great posts and I would love to feature every one, but it is just not possible.

This week is a bit busier for me, we have our Bible Study on Tuesday night and a sewing afternoon on Thursday.

Our youngest granddaughter is turning one and she is being dedicated on Sunday at their church and then they are having a bit of a party afterwards. This will be fun, so you will get bombarded with photos next week :-).

Mr H has his first chemotherapy session on Tuesday and I ask that you keep him and his wife in your prayers.  He had another port put in last week and it is giving him a bit of pain.

I hope and pray that you all have a great week wherever you are.

Blessings to you all dear friends xxxx

25 thoughts on “GOOD MORNING MONDAYS #31”

  1. Sounds like a good relaxing week for you. I think it sounds like you needed some quiet time, and will really enjoy the one on one time with your son–what a special gift.
    Yes, that little guy is adorable 🙂 .
    Praying for Mr. H and his wife. What an inspiration he is to all of us out here in internet land.

    1. Thanks for your lovely comments, I so enjoy it when you stop by. Yes Mr H is quite amazing and I am grateful for all the prayers for him and his family. Hope you have a great week. xxx

  2. Oh, dear friend! I am in tears! Thank you for featuring my post…I felt so humbled when I saw that, I just started crying. Thank you for featuring Chris’s post, too! It was such a special day when we met. I will never forget it. You are such a dear, precious blessing to all of us out here. Wish the miles didn’t separate us. Chris and I were just talking about you the other day when we met. You are just such a blessing to both of us, and I know you are to so many, many others, too. God is using you in amazing ways…all the way across the world! Love and appreciate you so much!

    1. Thank you so much for coming and linking up, your post really touched my heart and I am sure it touched others as well. Thank you for your kind comments too they are so encouraging and I look forward to Mondays when you all stop by. It is amazing that although miles of oceans separate us we are “kindred spirits” all wanting the same for our homes, families and nations. Blessings to you this day dear friend. xxxx

    1. Oh praying that it all goes well, moving isn’t my favourite job so I know where you are coming from. It will be such a blessing to have your own space again, enjoy putting everything in its place.. Have a great week and blessings to you and your family.

  3. Hello friend, I just read Cheryl’s comment, and she took the words right out of my mouth. Thank you for the feature! It’s so special to me knowing that someone in Australia knows and cares about me. You are a kindred spirit as well. Love you!

    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by and encourage me and thank you for your support. Though we are separated by oceans God has brought us together, what a blessing. Have you started your job yet and is it going well??? Hope you have a great week. Blessings and love to you and your family. xxxx

  4. Praying for successful chemo treatments and celebrating all the milestones for your children and your grandchild’s first birthday. Thanks for sharing such a cute photo too. I love this linkup every week. I visit even when I don’t add a post. 🙂

Leave a Reply to Emily Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *