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  1. test by Michael Edwards  
    test

  2. Change the Standard by Abby Kelly  
    When it comes to a clean house, I need to let go of my ideal standard of hairless floors, but, I will still need to vacuum and scrub the toilets. Change the standard.

  3. Helplessly Hopeless? by louis gander  
    I woke up from sleeping and found myself eating
    a piece of old barley bread.
    While feeding on breakfast, I thought it most unjust
    that yours was a warm one instead.

  4. African American Home Decor by Miriam Kinai  
    Need to revamp your home interior decor? Learn how to create the perfect African American home decor themed home by choosing the right home decor accents.

  5. Looking for cash for homes? Know how to calculate the cash in hand by Harry Hayden  
    A large chunk of cash for home that you receive becomes usable when you work with cash home buyers. Moreover, professional cash buyers let you stay in the same house as a tenant after you sell it off. You can avoid a lot of expenses and hassles as well.

  6. Home by veronica cressey  
    This poem may be used for many an occasion.
    It is written in ryhyming couplets, which I believe gives the reader room to contemplate it's message.

  7. The Rising Womn by Hilarie Roseman  
    A sculptur tries to bring out a rising woman from stone. What does she see?

  8. Get the Job Done by Robert Hooker  
    Just a thought for getting the job done daily - I call it ROPEF. In Ezra 3:4 They kept also the feast of tabernacles, as it is written, and offered the daily burnt offerings by number, according to the custom, as the duty of every day required.

  9. Pray With Your Little Children by BILL HUNT  
    Our little family prayed together. The young children received the gift of the Holy Spirit. Our family lived simply by faith, receiving God's care in a modern world.

  10. House Extension by Argrove Construct  
    Argrove is one of London's most prestigious building contractors managing high-end projects predominantly within the domestic market. All types of extensions including side, rear and additional floor/roof extensions.

  11. Plaster Coving by Regency Plaster  
    We provide a complete range of services from new to matching existing decorative plaster.Coving is the process of fixing ornate plaster mouldings around the join between the ceiling and the walls as a way of both joining the two, and also as a way of extending the design styling of a room or house.

  12. North London Plumbers by Plumb Enfield  
    Plumbing Wise is a family run heating and plumbing business based in Enfield, North London.

  13. Control Freaks by   
    God has given us this wonderful ability to manage our families. They would be so lost without us. But it is good to remember that our "managerial" and "controlling" qualities have their place and their time.

  14. Addicted to the Botanical Buzz by Bridgette Mongeon  
    Are you addicted to the botanical buzz? Do you have a horrible horticulture habit? I'm a pusher. I know the need. Check out my stash, trade for some of yours. The habit is addicting, but I love the horticulture high.

  15. This Old House by Pam Ford Davis  
    The Old Home Place

  16. Cuttings by Patty Wysong  
    Sometimes things get out of balance in our life and God trims us back. You can rejoice when that happens and here's why...

  17. August Delights by Roger Keough  
    After you enjoy corn on the cob. Remembering how Mom and Dad canned corn in the "good old days".

  18. Too Tired to Cook? 5 Ways to Create Fast Healthy Dinner Plans by Lisa Copen  
    Life can get chaotic when you are chronically ill and healthy dinners are one of the first things to go in many families. How can you maintain dinner each night when you are too tired to even stand at the stove?

  19. House Guests by Scarlett Farr  
    Sometimes the daily rigors of life make it hard to remember to be a good hostess to the most important house guests of all.

  20. Add a Scripture to Your To-Do List by Jessica Gerald  
    Cover your daily chores with God's Word.

  21. Learn How to Pace Your Housework by Jessica Gerald  
    In the past, I used to drive myself into a frenzy trying to get my housework done - in one day. I worked full-time outside of the home, and I basically tried to get everything done on Saturdays. Because housework is never really done, I could never seem to stop for the day. I would always see something else to be done and tie into that.

  22. Ten Ways to Make Your House a Home by Jessica Gerald  
    Our home is such an important part of our family's life. Whether we work outside the home or are able to be at home, there are some basic things we can do to insure that our home is a place of refuge and security for our husband and children.

  23. Through the Ages by Beth LaBuff  
    Are home groups and home Bible studies a new idea?

  24. Capable and Committed by Victoria Tkachuk  
    In the bathroom, the faux bamboo tissue, cotton ball and soap holders seem to mock me. "Even we have our place," they whisper. "You care about the wrong things." I scrub the tub solemnly, making small circles of lemon-scented cleanser, washing away dirt that isn't there.

  25. Home Is Where the Heart Is by Alan Allegra  
    Home is where the heart is. That's a saying that is familiar to most of us. It's also a sentiment that is familiar to many of us. We may live in a house, but do we live in a home?

  26. Five Minutes by Angie Clayton  
    How long does it take to arrive at chaos? No longer than the ringing of a telephone.

  27. No Slum Lords in Heaven by Marilyn Schnepp  
    True Story of Emmanuel Ku, New York Slum Lord...and Final Judgement

  28. Vine Covered Shack by Marilyn Schnepp  
    From a vine covered shack to a mansion on high

  29. My Homemaking Notebook by Jessica Gerald  
    Binders and notebooks are so popular right now, and with good reason. They are a perfect way to keep everything organized in one place. I would like to share what I have in my notebook. Maybe some of the suggestions will be helpful.

  30. Going Home by Julianne Jones  
    Life was good. We had everything we could want. God wouldn't ask us to move - or would He?

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