The little prince has a new baby sister and she won’t stop crying… So the brave and loyal knight is sent on a quest to find the softest and fluffiest pillow in all the kingdom – and fast! Will he be up to the challenge?
‘This is a wonderful read that is bound to win first place in the bedtime reading stakes.’ ~ The Lady
‘A warming bedtime tale…’ ~ Publishing News
‘…lively …humorous.’ ~ Carousel
It was quite exciting and funny to begin with, but then lost it towards the end. Still, I think it’s an OK bedtime story.
Chocolate and the greed of big corporations
Now I am finally on the mend, I can muster up the energy to say my piece about something which bothered me earlier this month.
Seriously, what is this? An Oreo milk bar in what is supposed to be a British chocolate maker pack? I knew it was a huge mistake selling Cadbury’s toMondelez International (formerly Kraft). Their promises to keep this brand British were empty, and amongst other things, this just proves my point. How dare they take out Fudge for this nonsense?
I for one HATE Oreo. It is absolutely disgusting, and so is Hershey’s. Hence the reason when I am in the US, I hope and pray my lovely friends will send British chocolate to me, and never eat chocolate unless they do. It is also the reason I continue to send British chocolate to my beloved best friend who moved to the US some time ago.
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Anxiety and God
God has given us everything we need to live confident, peaceful lives. But we can spend so much time wandering about in our misery, we fail to seek out the best way to peace—time with God Himself. My guest today shares a cute story regarding her midnight-roaming feline to illustrate an unshakable truth.
What My Cat Taught Me About God by Karin Beery
When my husband and I got married, we moved into a small rental house. With less than a thousand square feet, there wasn’t room to move things once we put everything in its place. That’s why we never rearranged our bedroom furniture – lack of options.
And that’s why my cat’s 3 a.m. cries always surprised me. After four years in our small house, Midgie would still wake me up in the middle of the night as she stood in the living room meowing. Even though I…
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When you look at what all is going on in the world around you, do you get a sense that we are living in the final days before the Lord’s return? Do you see the signs of his soon return in world news, and in the church, and on TV, in our culture, and in the schools, in the workplace, and in the home?
The Lord Jesus led me to read 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 (ESV).
Now concerning the times and the seasons, brothers, you have no need to have anything written to you. For you yourselves are fully aware that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night. While people are saying, “There is peace and security,” then sudden destruction will come upon them as labor pains come upon a pregnant woman, and they will not escape. Vv. 1-3
One of the signs of the…
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We’re going on a bear hunt.
We’re going to catch a big one.
What a beautiful day!
We’re not scared.
“A dramatic and comic masterpiece … a classic work for any age at any period.” ~ Independent on Sunday
Absolutely brilliant book, although a little sad at the end. We know the story from watching the short animated film year before last. Initially, the title made me believe they were setting out to find a bear to hurt it intentionally. What a relief it was to realise this was not the case. Phew!
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