I allowed too much time to pass since my last blog and I am making an early New Year’s Resolution to avoid this again! However, it might be understandable given our newest addition to the family! We call him “littlest baby.” After receiving our first foster son last November (2012), we accepted another infant on July 1st! He was only a few days old and is a bundle of pure joy!
Our first foster baby, Jaxson, will legally be part of our family very soon! We are what people call “paper pregnant”! The adoption is in progress and will hopefully be More >
Join us for a wonderful Christmas Luncheon on Wednesday, December 11 from 12:00 – 1:00 at the lovely home of one of our members. 17340 Club Hill Drive, Dallas, TX 75248. We will have a wonderful lunch and a great Christmas message from Karol. Please RSVP: www.RoaringLambsministries.org Cost: $20 which includes lunch and a special gift. Looking forward to celebrating the Holidays together!
Welcome to December! How did the holidays come upon us so quickly? I hope you are enjoying this time of the year. I want to share a few of our family Christmas traditions which created delightful memories for us during the Holidays. I’d love for you to email me and share your favorite ideas at Karol@karolladd.com. Remember to make every memory with love. Allow Christ’s love to flow through you and bless your family and friends. Consider adding the following to your Holiday traditions:
Caroling – Whether it’s in your neighborhood or at a local nursing home, you can give More >
That won’t cost a Dime
1. A Smile – Everyone carries around too many frowns of their own to be bothered by yours. 2. Forgiveness – Give your family and friends the gift of ending all bitterness and resentment. 3. Encouragement – Offer sincere and specific words that lift up others. Everyone needs a good word. 4. Helping Hand – Lighten someone else’s load and your spirits will be lifted as well. 5. Listening ear – Put away the distractions and truly listen to the people around you. Listen to their hearts, look into their eyes and let them know you More >
As the kids sleep in this last morning of November, I am taking the opportunity to sit for a bit and tap out some things I learned this month. I am also taking the opportunity to sneak a piece of pecan pie for breakfast. So as I munch on pie and sip my eggnog chai latte, here it goes.In November, I learned:
1. Deep fried turkey obliterates all turkey-prep competition. Our darling neighbors spent Thanksgiving with us, and they brought over some of this tender, juicy deliciousness. I never had deep fried turkey before, and now that I have, I More >
We give thanks for you and your participation in PWC. May you have a blessed Thanksgiving. Take time to thank the Lord for all the blessings He has bestowed upon you in your life, and take time also to thank the people around you for the gift that they are to this world. A Positive Woman is a thankful woman! Let your heart of gratitude shine brightly every place you go this week. Our Holiday PWC schedule is a little different this month. PWC in Los Colinas/Irving will meet on Tuesday Dec 3. PWC in North Dallas will meet on More >