Thursday, January 12, 2012

A Morning Visit


One of my favorite, vintage books.  {Do you see the bookmark? It is an empty m and m wrapper.}


 I am slowly feeling better.  But I will have several Jane Austen days before I am ready for normal activity.  Last night, I did a little sewing and finished an apron. I plan to cut some new material this morning. 

I am going to read passages from Beautiful for Thee, which was published in 1978. It is a charming pink book full of godly messages for wives and mothers. Each chapter is a transcript from a speaker at an event that was hosted by The Sword of the Lord publishers.  I love the vintage photographs of each speaker, and the brief description of who they were.

I am looking forward to a restful day by the fire. I will not care that chores are not being done, but I will do my best to make things look pleasant.

Blessings
Mrs. White

A gentle reminder - Fighting the Hectic Life.

The One Condition of My Agreement to Marriage  - The Housewife Contract.

Please don't give up! - The Homemaker's Despair.

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11 comments:

Sarah said...

I love your pretty pink book! Just wanted to let you know I'm praying for your health this morning!

Sarah

Laura {{* *}} said...

While my routines and duties
are curtailed due to broken bones,
I am reminded of and grateful for this:
The Lord uses physical needs and means
to teach me spiritual truths.

Praying refreshment & healing for you there
by the home fires.

{{* *}}

Lori said...

Sharon,

I have been praying for you...esp. last night and this morning! You are such an inspiration. I put this book on my 'wish' list.

Blessings,
Lori

Jessica@MakingHomeSweeter said...

So glad to hear you're starting to feel a little better. {{Hugs}} to you.

God Bless you

ChristyH said...

I have recently found your blog and all I can say is WOW. You have really inspired me to be a much better homemaker, Don't tell anyone but I can be a bit sloppy. Usually from my baking, too bad I don't enjoy cleaning as much. I have prayed for you health.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for all your gentle words1 I found a used copy of this book and just ordered it! Blessings, Dee

LV said...

You have realized the first step, that you have an issue. Now take a stand and overcome it. You can do it. Where there is a will there is a way.

Nancy said...

Happy Pink Saturday! And, wow! Were you here while I lived in Stowe? I am amazed that anyone in Vermont dares to speak of God, and am so relieved to find someone there who can. I do hope you are feeling better soon. I imagine it is just freezing outside.

-from Sunny CA now, a year

Leah H. said...

It was hard to notice the bookmark. Thank's for revealing it:)


Visiting for Pink Saturday! Here's my share-hope you can stop by:)

http://www.loveablecassandra.com/2012/01/pink-elephant.html

chubskulit said...

Glad to know you are feeling better! Happy Pink Saturday.

Sarah said...

After seeing your post I just went and bought a copy should be here between 2/16 and 3/6 (hopefully sooner LOL) I had to get the paperback but I can't wait to enjoy it.

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