Thursday, September 30, 2010

Thrifty Thursday

My friend found these simple floating frames at Wally World for $8 or $9 dollars. She needed one more and sent me on a mission. I decided I needed some as well... so we now own several. I haven't totally decided what I am going to do with them, although I've been given several awesome suggestions and I have a lot of ideas.
I did find this great website: http://dailydropcap.com/, which lead me to use 1 of my frames.





So, this simple $9.00 project seems fitting for "Thrifty Thursday".

For another "thrifty" treat check out www.eatprayparty.net

for the FREE Fall giveaway: http://www.eatprayparty.net/2010/09/fall-printable-freebie-download.html

Monday, September 27, 2010

Good Luck CB

Our niece, Conner Beth was invited to play in the Viking Classic tomorrow! We are so proud of her!
Have fun and Good Luck CB!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Happy "Belated" Birthday Grandad

Happy Birthday to Grandad!
We love you and enjoyed our visit with you Thursday night very much!


Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Krutz Twins!

We are so excited to share some wonderful family news! Cindy and Bryan are pregnant with TWINS! We couldn't be more thrilled for the Krutz and for these amazing little blessings that will be joining our family.
This sweet little man will become a big brother in April 2011!

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Update: Spencer Perkins

Spencer Adams Perkins, age 17, passed away Sept. 17, 2010 at University MedicalCenter in Jackson, MS. Spencer was born January 17, 1993 along with his twin brotherSawyer Alexander Perkins to Timothy and Paula Perkins. He was a junior at HeritageAcademy and member of First Baptist Church. Spencer had a zest and love for lifethat was evident by his joyful and caring spirit. He is predeceased by his paternalgrandparents Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sparks Perkins and maternal grandfather Mr. CharlesThomas Perkins. He is survived by his brothers, Joseph Sparks Perkins II of AtlantaGA, Sawyer Alexander Perkins of Columbus, MS and sister Sophie Davis Perkins ofColumbus, MS; maternal grandmother Kitty F. Davis of Tuscaloosa, AL;aunts and uncles Lucia and Duval McDaniel of Katy TX, Kay and Richard Ottinger of St. Louis,MO, Patricia and Robbie Litton of Shreveport, LA and Leigh Williams of Tuscaloosa,AL, along with numerous and cherished great aunts, uncles and cousins. The family isextremely grateful and honored for the abundant outpouring of love that they havebeen shown during this most difficult time. They have felt compassion from family,friends, and from many who did not know Spencer but were touched by him. They
have truly been blessed.
The family request that memorials in honor of Spencer be
directed to the “Because He Lives” building fund at First Baptist Church or HeritageAcademy in Columbus, MS.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Please pray for Spencer Perkins & his family

The information below was provided by The Commercial Dispatch:

Heritage Academy student in critical condition after hunting accident

A 17-year-old Heritage Academy soccer player was in critical but stable condition today after accidentally shooting himself with a shotgun Sunday while dove hunting in Noxubee County.

Spencer Perkins was on family owned land off Highway 388 near Brooksville when the gun went off accidentally at about 5:30 p.m., said Heritage Academy Athletic Director Bruce Allsup.

Perkins was hunting with his brother while his father, Tim Perkins, owner of Monroe Tufline in Columbus, hunted nearby, Allsup said.

The junior was airlifted from the scene to the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson in critical condition.

He was still listed as in critical but stable condition in the intensive care unit early Monday.

"The main thing is he is still alive," Allsup said. "We've just got to pray for him and pray that the doctors do a good job."



He replied, "I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there' and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you." Matthew 17:20

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Thrifty Thursday

This weekend I stopped by a local thrift store and found these filthy dirty $10 lamps! They were brown when I bought them, but under all that dirt was beautiful marble.
I should have taken a good before pic, but by the time I thought about it, I had already started cleaning them.
I found the missing finial and just need to get shades for them!






"Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised." Proverbs 31:30