My Favorite (Fill-in-the-Blank) EVER

(OK, I’m coming back on here about four or so hours after putting up this post so that I can tell you that it turned out to be one of “My Favorite Comment-Sections EVER”! I’m not kidding. You guys are the world’s biggest blast. But, I’m now in the shopping mood again.)

Good Monday Morning, Sweet Things!

I hope you had a wonderful weekend and that you were able to observe some Sabbath rest and be still for a few moments, knowing that He is God. I had an usually wonderful weekend with unexpected joys. For starters, this was a weekend off. That means I got to awaken slowly on Saturday with no plans whatsoever then had an impromptu call from Amanda saying that she had a few hours to hang out. Turned out Melissa did, too. (The joys of having her back are too many to count!) As we were trying to think of what we wanted to do (and were shopped out and grossed out at the thought), Amanda said, “Let’s go see Aunt Gay’s new apartment!”  I’m hoping it won’t be long before you get to know my big sister here on the blog. She has a story that might hit those of us presently slogging around in faithlessness with a fresh bolt of lightening. Her boys (25 and 15) also headed over to her new place at the same time and the thought of us all being together was better than a bubbling plate of cheese enchiladas with chili gravy running all into the rice and beans. (Man, I hate that I just did that to myself.) The six of us were inseparable in the early years when my mom, our Queen of Everything, was still alive and in complete control. (I say that with great affection…and without deception.) I have almost as many pictures of my sister’s boys as I do my own girls. Then a whole lot of life happened and that’s a story for another time. We had a blast together Saturday and laughed our heads off, which has always been a Green (my maiden name) family trait. What we lacked in emotional health, we made up for in humor. As my older brother, Wayne, says, we all have a keen sense of the absurd. And I might add, we earned it.

If you only knew the whole story…but, then again, you could say the same thing to me. Some whole stories don’t need to be told in public but they do indeed need to be redeemed. (To me, the line is drawn where the glory to God and the good to the listeners profoundly exceeds the pain of the testimony. If the listener will likely be left with graphic visuals and oppressive thoughts or pervasive sadness, we need to refrain from telling it in detail. In those occasions, generalities are best. We don’t have to tell people everything to tell them an important something. We also have to be very sensitive to the other people – often family members – whose secrets are inadvertently told as we tells ours. These are HUGE issues that need to be worked through with great sensitivity. Mind you, I’m talking about audiences here. I’m not talking about counseling sessions. We do indeed need to find someone trustworthy and mature in the faith, with a gift for counsel, to hear our whole story.) All this to say, if you’re alive enough to read this blog, you’re story is not yet finished and you’ve got time for a really great turn in the narrative that leads to a brilliant finish. I know that for a fact.

OK, can you switch tracks really fast? I thought we’d do something fun today. I was thinking again yesterday while I was putting on my make up and getting ready for church how ticked I am that L’Oreal discontinued the mascara Melissa and I used to use. It was our favorite EVER and no other mascara does lashes like it did. It’s so annoying when that happens. And what a double whammy after my favorite pen got discontinued! Some of you remember that nail biter. No wonder it’s been such a hard year. (Of course, I’m being ridiculous. I don’t want to insult those of you going through tremendously hard times. Like many of you, last year actually was really rough but, oh, that it would have been over pens and mascaras.) I decided it would be fun today to share your favorite ___________ ever. By all means, don’t share something that’s been discontinued or you will dangle a plastic carrot in front of your Siestas. Beyond that, it can be anything! (Suitable to this blog, of course) It can be your favorite mascara. It can be your favorite book. It can be your favorite recipe. It can be your favorite meal. It can be your favorite memory. It can be your favorite song. Share ONE FAVORITE THING of yours (only 1!) with your Siestas today. It may mean that some of us find a new favorite something this very day.

Start it like this: My favorite (fill-in-your-blank) EVER is… (then, for crying out loud, tell us)

I think this is going to be fun. I’ll start with a really stupid one.

My favorite lip plumper EVER is Sally Hansen “Lip Inflation.” It’s dirt cheap and it feels like you’ve rubbed Tabasco all over your mouth. If it plumps like it hurts, move over Angelina.

What’s your favorite something, Siestas??


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  1. 51
    Carol says:

    My favorite Bath & Body scent EVER is Pink Grapefruit. Now I have to find it at outlet stores or when they bring back older scents during specials – bummer! 🙂

  2. 52
    Hannah says:

    My favorite splurge-food EVER is dipping Oreos in peanut butter. I know…a little gross for some, but oh so delicious for me!

  3. 53
    Ola Mae says:

    My favorite lipstick is L’Oreals Color Riches #625, Mystic Mauve(promise it’s NOT pink!). I do not like the lipstick you have to take off with makeup remover!!
    And I have 4 sisters and we ALWAYS take a “sister” picture when we are together. One day last year we all needed to put lips on, because after a certain age they disappear without artificial help, for the picture. My 3rd sister had this lipstick and darn if it did not look GREAT on ALL 5 of us. We were all shocked. And, yes I will cry if it is discontinued!!

  4. 54
    Kim B in AZ says:

    Chocolate is forever my favorite food. We recently had a friend visiting and she kept saying “I have never heard of putting chocolate in ___.” My response was “You are at the B’s house, so you should know we put chocolate in just about everything.” Wondering what I am talking about. Well I made chocolate tapioca, have chocolate yogurt, made chocolate roll (cinnamon rolls with chocolate instead of cinnamon.), chocolate smoothies, etc. I have even been known to put a little in spaghetti sauce. I sure you get the idea. Ok, now that I am craving chocolate, I think I will get on the exercise bike before I eat something I shouldn’t. Oh yes I forgot if something already has chocolate in it I usually find a way to add more. ok, now the bike is really calling my name.

  5. 55
    lucky girl says:

    My favorite song EVER is He stopped loving her today by George Jones! I’m 29 yrs old and George Jones is my favorite!!! Thanks to my mom for giving me the love of classic country!!

  6. 56
    Mindy says:

    My favorite vacation destination (thus far) is Berlin, Germany. I went there with low expectations only because the whole WW2 history has never really captured my attention. (Went more for the company than the sights.) But everything I saw and learned while I was there was amazing. I left Berlin with an appreciation for the history of that city, how they’ve tried to move on (since the war and since the wall came down), and a greater understanding of how the wall impacted families and the Christian church. All I can say is WOW! Ich bin ein Berliner! 🙂

    • 56.1
      Ann says:

      Wow, I am so glad you like our city! Next time ur here we should meet up as Siestas in Christ!

    • 56.2
      kathypinkbicyclearkansas says:

      I LOVE Berlin. It was before the wall came down the last time I was there, would love to go back. The architecture of the old church still standing in ruins, KA DE WE (SP) Dpt store….loved going down there and just watching and soaking it in

      • Ann says:

        Yes, I am in love with KADEWE myself! Cannot go there to often though!

        The church is being renovated at the moment so you should come back and have a second look!

  7. 57
    Sue says:

    One of my favorite things to do in the winter months is go down in the basement and light a fire in the woodstove, put on my favorite blanket, read for a little while and take a nap on my comfy couch! AHHH!!!

  8. 58
    Renita says:

    My favorite COLOR ever is PINK!!! Pink makes me happy 🙂

  9. 59
    Lucy says:

    Hahaha! Lip plumper?! That has just put a smile on my face for the entire day! I can with all sincerity and humility say that my favorite bible teacher is . . . Beth Moore. I love that every point is backed with scripture and every word uttered is inspired by God. Thank you for the smile today and thank you for teaching with a godly heart.

  10. 60
    Mona - Rome, GA says:

    My favorite sound ever is to hear a baby laugh – you know, when they are laughing so hard, they have to stop to get a breath, then sigh and laugh some more. Love it!

    • 60.1
    • 60.2
      Amy Storms says:

      Yes! My favorite sound, too. My friend and I were just talking about this the other day. Love a baby’s belly laugh.

      • Mona - Rome, GA says:

        There are some great examples on YouTube if you ever just need a giggle, but the best ones of all come from my grandkids. 🙂

    • 60.3
      Lynn - Louisville, KY says:

      That is absolutely one of the best sounds ever!! Thanks for the smile, Mona!

    • 60.4
      Deirdre says:

      oh you are SO right. I especially love when my two year old cracks herself up. We overheard her in her crib one day giggling to herself, then she stopped and said “I’m FUNNY!”
      oh what a blessing.

    • 60.5
      Marsha says:

      If you like to hear the baby laugh, you can google baby laugh, and download for 99 cents for your phone. Very funny.

      My favorite thing right now is remembering what my little 4 1/2 year old grand-boy said, when I was patting him on the shoulder, while he was coloring so intently. I said to him, you are such as angel. To that he replied, “I not no angel, but I was a shepherd in the Christmas play.”

      Thank you God for letting me enjoy my husband’s grandchildren.

  11. 61
    Kristin says:

    My favorite body lotion of all time is the Bath & Body Works “Tranquil Mint” Stress Relief Body Lotion! My best friend gave it to me after I had my first baby 7 years ago and I’ve been buying it ever since. It has the most refreshing and relaxing scent!

    • 61.1
      Gayle says:

      I got the Lavender Chamomile for Birthday in Dec. (great before sleep)… so I went in to see what else they had and wow..Tranquil mint is awesome. I use it at work to refresh me!

  12. 62
    Janice, Ravenna says:

    My favorite thing to wear are my UGG slippers or boots! Incredible, and well worth the cost.

  13. 63
    Joyce Watson says:

    We arrived at the women’s retreat and the view was beautiful in the mountains surrounded with trees and streams of water. The cabin we had chosen for our group of ladies seem just perfect. Outside the window you could see a huge, white cross on top of the mountain. There was also a nice pinic area where we could sit and enjoy talking.

    It was not long before we got settled in and started our journey. Somehow, we all expected God to just greet us here.

    In the quiet times and in the worship time, we were always looking for Him to show up in our lives. We looked for Him to rescue those who were broken hearted, we looked for Him to tear down the walls and build a place of peace and contentment, we looked for Him to bring joy into our busy, everyday lives, and we looked for Him to stretch His arms out to us and say, ” Come, I am Here.”

    Our time with God was special. We sang our songs in praise and worship. Some held hands and gave hugs. Others lifted their hands with their eyes closed so nothing would distract them. Their hearts had melted and God’s touched their lives.

    And finally a speaker that gave God’s Word. Words that seem to flow, to speak to hearts, and lead to prayer.

    It was the sound of God’s voice echoing into the minds and hearts of those around. As He spoke to all of us, we could see the changes that were taken place, the restoration, the letting go and the peace of His presence within each one. We saw lives that were broken, now healed,_ walls that were built, now torn down, and a joy that passes our own understanding. Women who came to the cross of Jesus and placed their burdens in the hands of God. Women who prayed for forgiveness with heartfelt tears. Women who left their homes and families behind, for just a day to follow Christ_yet, find Him in their darkest hour. Women who came searching for Hope that would go with them the rest of their lives and touch others around them.

    God had shown up_in our lives and He reached out with His love. And yet, when it came to leave and go back home we hesitated, but then we remembered His presence is with us always.
    So, we carried our thoughts, our praise, our peace and joy back home with us. We know it will effect who we are, but it will effect our family and friends around us as well_for we have spent time with Our God.
    My favorite place is with God somewhere special in the mountains.

  14. 64
    Holly says:

    My favorite ice cream ever is Breyers mint chocolate chip. oh for a big bowl of that right now! breyers just has such a nice clean taste.

  15. 65
    Mary H. says:

    I love this blog!
    My favorite mascara ever is Maybelline Volum’ Express The Falsies Waterproof Mascara Very Black.

    It is so awesome…only around $5.00.

  16. 66

    My favorite mocha EVER is the white chocolate one at Starbucks. I’ve done the dirty, hard work of market research (ahem) and declare them to be the best!

    Now, give me an “S!” Give me a “Bux!”

  17. 67
    April says:

    My favorite lip balm is… Nivea (a kiss of smoothness) I can’t go anywhere without it! I have it in purse, car & nightstand.

  18. 68
    Pat says:

    My favorite thing is a fine point Sharpie! Right now I am totally into the 80’s Glam limited edition set with cool colors like leg warmer orange and banana clip yellow!

  19. 69
    hilary says:

    My favorite pencil EVER is Ticonderoga Sensematic 0.7mm. It puts all other mechanical pencils to complete and utter shame. 😀

  20. 70
    Linda Thompson says:

    Since I just got some yesterday lol…my favorite seasonal candy is Cadbury creme eggs!! Ooooh just thinking about them makes my mouth water lol…I almost hate that you can only buy them when Easter’s coming around! But then, that sort of makes them a little more special too. 🙂 Such smooth chocolate and yummy creamy filling though! Think I’ll treat myself to one tonight. 🙂

    • 70.1
      kathypinkbicyclearkansas says:

      oh yeah! Now I need some. My nephew does not do their commericials…..he does York Patties, Almond Joy, Moundss and Reese’s…..I suggest he do Cadbury

    • 70.2
      Christi says:

      That’s my favorite too! Love, love, love them 🙂

  21. 71
    Kelly says:

    My favorite movie EVER is You’ve Got Mail with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks.

  22. 72
    Beth says:

    My favorite milkshakes EVER are Red Robin’s Rookie Magice shake, MmmmMmmm, and a hometown ice cream story Max’s with their amazing peanut butter shakes!

  23. 73
    Colette says:

    My favorite app on the iPad is Talking Tom!! Talk about a good laugh!! Provides hours of laughter!! Everyone should have a Talking Tom!!! 🙂

  24. 74
    Shannon Wilson says:

    My favorite thing to drink EVER is a fountain Coke from McDonald’s. I don’t know what they do to it, but I’m fairly certain that it will be served in heaven!

  25. 75
    julie says:

    My Favoite poem EVER:

    A day at the fair

    Physics and Astrologers…….
    For you I have some questions:
    What to do is what I ask
    Of the outcome of your projections?

    Like if they predict the future
    By watching stars to tell the way
    But what if it is foggy???
    Do they make it up that day?

    What of all the constellations
    That they’re using for a sign
    Should it be misinterpreted???
    (what if it’s the same as mine?)

    What if you do not tell me…
    of what will come instead:
    What if the sign meant shouldn’t
    (Could I not end up dead?)

    I did once have a meeting
    With a psychic at the fair
    I was needing a lot of help
    (and she was standing there)

    ‘I can do a reading
    Just by looking in my ball
    Or what your aura’s saying
    Yes; I can see it all’

    Her sign said knows all tells all sees all
    But she… just didn’t know
    Of that which I was seeking…..
    And where I needed to go

    It wasn’t that my problem
    Needing solving by a sleuth
    (I just needed a restroom)
    ….located right behind her booth

    I didn’t feel to comfortable
    Of a psychic intervention
    How could I trust my future….
    If a restroom’s not in mention?

    I realize that it’s all in fun
    To see what they have to say
    But if you do believe them…..
    They change your life that way

    Just for kicks and giggles
    I grabbed a Bible copy
    Opened up and pointed
    (And yes this methods sloppy)

    But just like reading horoscope
    You can interpret as you will
    But this is just the history
    …..Of people that are real

    Mostly it’s the story
    Of people who wanted to know
    They used psychics and astrologers
    To tell which way to go

    It’s also has predictions…..
    Starting way back when
    With perfect accuracy to the tee
    That goes from now to then

    It connects you to the spirit world
    And you say ’wow, this sounds like me
    I’m in that situation……
    And I can see what comes to be

    And suppose you should believe it
    You know: give an equal glance
    Just a couple little phrases
    About your daily chance

    I mean it’s only positive
    Despite what you have heard
    And the logic you can’t argue
    Because it’s written down in word

    I don’t want religion
    To spoil my psychic fun
    And tell me not to seek
    Of a higher powered one

    Sorry psychics and astrologers
    But I have no need of you
    For you can’t answer questions
    That I’m needin’ answers to

    I’d rather trust in readings
    That have been passed throughout the ages
    Nothing changed or altered
    That is written on those pages

    It’s becoming clearer
    …I’m responsible for me
    And I should find my future
    And should be the one to see

    I hope there’s no hard feelings
    We’re both seeking now the same
    but if I go with your predictions
    …I’d be the one to blame

    I don’t want to risk it
    So if I do as ‘they ‘ have done
    I’ll connect to spirit
    You know…..the blameless one

    If we’re hangin’ out together
    I’ve the answers to my seeking
    It can guide me to the REST room
    (metaphorically speaking)

    One thing that is made clear
    unlike your crystal ball
    I can read on further
    Yes….I can see it all

    -Kaptain Obvious

  26. 76
    Kristi says:

    My favorite dip ever is called Hog Wild Dip from a restaurant called Godsey’s in Jonesboro, AR. Cream cheese, pulled pork, sausage, bacon, served with homemade potato chips….I must stop now before I gain weight just talking about it.

    • 76.1
      Shannon says:

      I’m just “down the road” in Little Rock…have to agree that Godsey’s is good!

    • 76.2
      kathypinkbicyclearkansas says:

      Will have to go there, never been. Are you from J’boro? Would love to meet you sometime, I have family in Paragould and go to J a lot.

      • Mary Jane says:

        I used to live in P’gould from 1980 to 1985, worked at the hospital. Commuted to A-State from there. Love that part of Arkansas!

  27. 77
    Linda Matsko says:

    My favorite simple sweet treat ever, Trader Joe’s Rhasberry Sticks, for that hormonal moment when a tiny bit of sugar is the only cure 🙂 (Keep them in the freezer at all times!)

  28. 78
    Joyce Watson says:

    My favorite thing, Chocolate of course! I wrote this right after Valentine’s Day, hope you enjoy it.

    Alright, I confess

    I ate the last piece of chocolate and licked the bottom of the box

    and if I had the chance I would do it again, I’m sly as a fox

    Afterall, chocolate is a girl’s best friend.

    It just kept starring me in the face,

    and saying eat me, eat me_slowly at your own pace,

    So, what chance did I have

    my mouth started drulling and my tongue hung out in disgrace.

    I finally gave in and took it out of its misery and set it free__

    That’s all I could do, wouldn’t you if you were me?

    Each bite tasted just like the first, melting in my mouth

    then, I heard footsteps and I knew it was not a mouse

    It was my husband and my kids coming in the house

    Oops, I swallowed the last piece as fast as I could

    Although, the chocolate was all over my face and I tried to look as harmless as I should

    I was caught eating the last piece boy, was it_ worth it,

    Although my family may not forgive me and throw a fit

    Chocolate is my best friend__

    And will be until the very last bite,

    I hid another box for tomorrow and it is hidden out of sight!


  29. 79
    Rebecca says:

    My favorite OPI nail color is Cha Ching Cherry! Oh so delightful! 🙂

  30. 80
    Warm in Alaska says:

    My favorite perfume is Paloma Picasso. It’s THE best!! (Nordstrom stopped carrying it – so bummed – but then I found it in a little perfume kiosk at that big shopping center in Houston last year (was it the Galleria??) that I went to while down south for the Siesta memorization palooza last January. Who knew I would be so rewarded for bible memorization by finding my favorite perfume?? And the very sweet woman who sold it to me turned out to be Middle Eastern and has relatives who live out in Bethlehem near friends of mine!! So fun!)

  31. 81
    liz says:

    My favorite movie ever is The King’s Speech.
    GO SEE IT.

  32. 82
    Erin says:

    My favorite thing to do after a long day in the glorious summer sun is to soak in the bath, and then crawl into clean sheets with freshly shaven (hopefully sun-kissed!) legs. It’s the best!

  33. 83
    Lisa McGriff says:

    My favorite thing to do when I’m stressed is: Drive 90 miles to Panama City Beach, put my toes in the sand, watch the ocean and meditate with God… OH HOW I NEED A DAY AT THE BEACH…

    • 83.1
      Kimberly says:

      I love to do tht in the late fall and early spring. There’s just something about Panama City Beach during that time of year. Delightful!

      • Gayle says:

        Yah we have been going to Panama City Beach for fall break for the last couple of years. -3 hr. drive:(-
        that is THE best time to go…yes His Glory and majesty are in every wave and grain of sand……

    • 83.2
      Nichole's Mom says:

      God blessed me with time at the beach… I got to stand in front of a stormy ocean and cloud filled sky reciting my memory verses! He is so good to us!

  34. 84
    Sharon says:

    My favorite seafood gumbo is Sea N Suds in Gulf Shores, Alabama. It’s a little spot out over the water (sand now, but used to be water) that’s been there for eons. Went there in college and now no trip is complete for grandkids without it…in fact it’s our first stop while waiting for check-in time!

  35. 85
    Erin VT says:

    My favorite shampoo is Living Proof Full shampoo. I mean what’s not to love – great name ;), helps my fine hair get a little closer to Beth-ness, and it smells yummy too :).

  36. 86
    Delta Dawn says:

    My favorite salad is O’Charley’s pecan encrusted chicken tender salad. I always get them to bring a to go container and divide it before I ever even put the dressing on it so I can have some later.

  37. 87
    Kay says:

    My favorite hamburger of all times was/is from Bob’s Better Burger in Midland, TX. Haven’t lived there in ages but make a point of getting one anytime we pass through.
    …if any Midland transplants to the Houston area have found a suitable substitute, I’d like to know.
    And if any Siesta across the country can still find Nabisco’s Baronet Cream Sandwich cookies in any store – I’d put the place on a vacation itinerary.

  38. 88
    Tina says:

    My favorite guacamole ever is from Chipotle. My wonderful husband just took me there for lunch and it rocked. Again!

    • 88.1
      Meredith says:

      Chipotle is my favorite fast food restaurant! Our church is doing a church wide “get healthy” campaign called The Daniel Plan and you can still eat at Chipotle, enjoy yourself, and be healthy and stay on the plan!

      • Jennifer says:

        Oh how I wish we had a Chipotle nearby! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! There used to be a Chipotle on my way home from work… and I miss it so much now. I usually don’t eat out, but when I do, I always think about Chipotle.

  39. 89

    My very favorite iced tea is the mango peach tea at Schlotzsky’s with two Splenda’s and a squeeze of lemon. That’s saying a lot, because anytime I see Cherry Coke on a soda fountain I can not pass it up! There is just something so light and refreshing about that tea though, I have no guilt (when not pregnant) about drinking refill after refill like I do about my soda!

  40. 90

    My favorite warm drink is the Starbuck’s Caramel Macchiato with whip and extra caramel.

  41. 91
    Meagan says:

    My favorite time of day is 9:30pm when I sneak into my babies’ room and peek at them sleeping so peacefully. My heart is 100% full at that moment. I;ve waited years for those moments

  42. 92
    Kalyn says:

    My favorite ice cream ever is Gifford’s Peanut Butter Cup ice cream. It’s incredibly rich and creamy! They only have stands in New England, but I am fortunate enough to have found a place that does sell some in little Marathon, NY. Really craving a cone right now!

  43. 93
    Christina says:

    My favorite sandwich is from The Bake Shoppe and Cafe- (Cypress, TX) -chicken salad sandwich- been eating it since I was a child!

  44. 94
    loving life says:

    My favorite thing is to open all of the windows – especially when it is raining or the smell of fresh cut grass lingers in the air. Reading a book or studying while hearing children playing in the backyard – it makes me smile every time.

  45. 95
    Vicky says:

    My favorite vacation ever – the 7 day Caribbean cruise my husband and I just finished. Awesome!

  46. 96
    Beth in Bham says:

    My favorite thing to do on a Saturday is when my husband and I are home together, we don’t have alot of running around to do, and it is a pretty day – we can work in the yard together!

  47. 97
    Karen says:

    This is my favorite salad!! If you have never tried kale…you will fall in love with it when you eat this.

    Simple and Yummy Kale Salad
    Wash and destem kale.
    Destem = tear the leaves from the main stem. Use the leaves only and
    tear them or cut them into smaller pieces.
    Combine the following ingredients for dressing and pour over leaves:

    3 tablespoons extra virgin cold pressed olive oil
    2 tablespoon raw apple cider vinegar (Braggs brand is best)
    2 tablespoons honey
    1 teaspoon sea salt
    1½ teaspoons garlic powder or 2 minced garlic cloves
    ⅛-¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper

    Optional to add any of the following:
    Chopped onions, raisins, cranberries, tomatoes, peppers, shredded
    carrots, raw sunflower seeds, raw cashews.
    My favorite combination is to add raw sunflower seeds, a little chopped onion and
    shredded carrots.
    Let set for atleast 2 hours with dressing before eating.
    This keeps for 2 days in the refrig well.

  48. 98
    Vickie C in Houston says:

    My most favorite contemporary Christian artist is Chris Tomlin & I am so excited that he & the boys are coming to Houston this weekend with Christy Nockels & Louie Giglio & Rend Collective Experiment! WooHoo! 🙂

  49. 99
    Cara Parker says:

    My favorite children’s book is You are Special by Max Lucado. Love it. (The questions from my four-year-old after every sentence are an added bonus.)

  50. 100
    Debbie in Tennessee says:

    My favorite thing is to have my daughter here from Texas and all of us be in the car headed to church!

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