Thursday, March 18, 2010

Tea Talk

I am delighted to be able to share with the other wonderful ladies Tea Talk that Ruth Hosts each week.
This is my small edition for the week...

I'm having.... Caramel milk with the children

My Mug is..... a tall glass, these are very few in our home. We buy them - we break them...a truly vicious cycle. Humbled by the love of my husband and children. They love me despite all my faults. How Blessed I am.!!

I'm feeling....
Humbled by the love of my husband and children. They love me despite all my faults. How Blessed I am.!!

On my mind.... Plans for Holy Week and the Joy we have in the Easter Celebration.

" As long as we make the best effort we are capable of, we cannot feel discouraged by our failures. We cannot claim any successes either. WE should give God all the credit and be extremely sincere when we do so." MOTHER TERESA.

Please Lord help me achieve this goal.

Thank you for allowing me to have tea with you all.
I pray you each enjoy your own "Tea Talks."



Katia said...

Dear Gae,

Unconditional love is a beautiful thing!
I love your quote, I am copying this for my quote collection.
Yes, me too, I can't wait for the up coming Holidays. My family celebrates the Lord's Passover along with His glorious Resurrection.
Blessings to you, sweet sister.

Footprints Diary said...

Hi Gae,
You sound just like our home - glasses in general are very few in our home. We bought 12 at Christmas time, and there are very few left. :P

Caramel milk sounds delicious!

Have a wonderful week,
Jillian ♥

GrandmaK said...

Glasses were always a rare commodity in our house when the kids were growing up...I lived for the day when they would al MATCH!!! :) Wishing you well!! Cathy

Ruth said...

Your caramel milk sounds yummy. You are indeed a blessed woman. You have a good bunch around you who love you so dearly.

Don't worry about your glasses. You can always buy a new one. :-)

I'm praying for your family. God bless your home.

~ Maria ~ said...

Hello Gae!

I am also awaiting the celebrations to Easter! It is a joyful time for everyone that has given themselves to Our Lord Jesus!

Boy, I sure do understand that cycle you just described. I had to purchase plastic cups, because the glass ones, well, they were just not making it to the end of the month :)

The quote is lovely! We have to give Our Lord and Saviour the credit for everything. Every good thing comes from God!!!

What lovely thoughts you have my friend - unconditional love is the greatest gift ~ isn't it?

Many blessings to your lovely day,


Anne said...

Thank you for the quote from Mother Teresa - give God all the glory.
Caramel milk sounds great! Do you just add caramel syrup to the milk like you would chocolate?

Owner of Homeschool Faith and Family Life Website said...

Oh my...Carmel milk sounds tasty!
Never had that before!
Thank you for inspiring us with the words of Mother Teresa!
So nice to come over and visit you for tea Gae:)
Enjoy your lovely time with the kids:)

Joyce Marie said...

Stopping in for tea...hope you had a great day today.

Joyce Marie


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