Laudable Linkage

Here are some interesting things seen round the Web this week:

Six Helps for Sufferers from Elisabeth Elliot, HT to Challies.

How to Serve “The Singles” in Your Church.

Read On! by Patsy Clairmont, HT to Robin Lee Hatcher.

Affect Versus Effect. Great tip to remember when to use which. I tend to have to look it up, even when I think I am doing it right, just to be sure. Loved this cartoon at the bottom:

I do believe in using correct grammar, and I believe it can affect one’s readability, credibility, and testimony. But on the other hand, people tend to have no grace at all when they see grammar mistakes in others’ writings. When grading a paper or editing, that’s one thing, but in everyday reading I think we can overlook people’s grammar mistakes just as we would anything else.

Chicken and Cheese Lasagna Roll-Ups via e-Mom‘s Pinterest. haven’t tried these, but they look so good.

Free printable Christmas tags from Karla Dornacher.

Crafty stuff:

Stamp Storage System. Seems a little involved, but if you have a lot this might help you keep track of what you have and be able to find it.

Personalized “Happily Ever After” Plaque. Neat idea. Of course, you could put any phrase on it.

More phrases on canvas.

Love Button Wall-Hanging seen on Pinterest.

A simple tree tee — the design was made with scraps of trim.

Saw and repinned a number of neat things on Pinterest, too many to list here, but you can see them there if you like.

And finally, what would Saturday be without a couple of funnies:

For this to make sense you have to be familiar with the LOTR flms as well as the Jared jewelry commercials. It made me chuckle.

Hope you have a great weekend. I’m off to clean and cook for company coming tonight.

4 thoughts on “Laudable Linkage

  1. Pingback: WiW: Rooting Out Bitterness « bekahcubed

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