Weekend RoundUP March 31, 2012

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A Walk Through The Bible In One Year
Bringing the Story to Life

Week 9 reading plan per day:
Click on the colored link to read each day’s scripture.
Monday (Deuteronomy 1) Tuesday (Deuteronomy 2)
Wednesday (Deuteronomy 3-4) Thursday (Deuteronomy 5-7)
Friday (Deuteronomy 8-10) Saturday (Deuteronomy 11-13)
Sunday (Deuteronomy 14-16)

“I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” Psalm 139:14a (NIV)
As I write this blog post the end of March is bearing down on us with beautiful promises of spring.  It seems like only yesterday I was lamenting about March arriving in like a lion.  It is definitely going out like a lamb!  As I was reading from Proverbs 31 Women this week  this message from Micca Monda Campbell stayed with me and I would like to share it with you.  She writes “During elementary school, my daughter was friendly and outgoing. But when she entered middle school she changed. Being friendly to everyone in sixth grade wasn’t cool. Peyton quickly found out if she didn’t conform to her friend’s new standards she’d be an outcast. Worst of all was the betrayal. When she didn’t change to be like her friends, they spilled her secrets.”   Continue reading.

I hope you will have some time for refreshing, cooking, and resting this weekend! Looking ahead to Easter next week and looking back over the week here are a couple blog posts that I bookmarked for you!  Starting with Mexican Chocolate Cream Pie from Scarletta Bakes.
What about chocolate cake donuts with buttermilk glaze from Simply Scratch?  I definitely need one of these donut baking pans!

Are you catching a central color theme here?  Here is one more hint from my own archives and one of my first Tuesday With Dorie recipes:  Chocolate Truffle Tartlets!

Have a wonderful weekend!  Start out with some hot and tasty  homemade  moving on to a healthy but don’t forget to take time for sweet and salty .

Many Blessings and Happy Cooking!

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