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 The girl's school is celebrating being drug-free.  Today they had to dress like a pirate.  When I got the note, I thought, "well they can just forget that."  BUT....my sweet friend Tracy brought these pirate accessories to church last night so that the girls could participate.  The girls were soooo excited!!!!  So was I!!!!
I learned about this Bible at Dot Mom last Feb.  I bought the Bible this Summer and we LOVE it!!!!  I LOVE the way everything is explained.  It is a wonderful Bible!!!!  Get it for your children.  This week, I was in bed with Sarah Kate reading her the story of the Last Supper.  Here is what it said," Then they sang their favorite song. And walked up to their favorite place, an olive garden."  Sarah Kate lifted up her head and said, "uh...they went to Olive Garden?  That place made me throw up!"  We got a good laugh!  Several years ago SK got a virus after eating there.  She will not go near the place now.

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Sasha said…
We have that bible too and I agree- it's wonderful!
Nancy said…
They look adorable!
odomfamilyfun said…
We have been reading this to/with our children since they were tiny and we all love it. A couple of years ago, our son realized that every story-Old & New Testament ends pointing to the cross & resurrection. He now gets so excited to announce that he knows how each story ends :)
I've heard so many good things about that Bible. I'll have to find one for my niece and nephew!

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