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chicken counting eggsSummer is the perfect time to lay around sippin’ iced tea and thinking profound thoughts such as, “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?”

I know that in some areas of the world like the Pacific Northwest, most of us go a little crazy with the appearance of the sun and we do a lot of socializing. Getting together with friends and family is so much fun but be sure to carve out a little time to listen to the quiet and mull over a few things.

It’s good for the soul.

I’m here to give you some food for thought! Ever wonder if it is more valuable to hang onto good old-fashioned books instead of downloading them onto your Kindle? Research reveals some surprising benefits to keeping a little bit of book clutter around!
Little Red Hen Kids need to move and play outside in the summer. Don’t buy the lie that your children will miss out if you don’t take an extended out-of-town vacation. Nope. With a little ingenuity and a change of pace and schedule, summer can be a lot of fun right in your own backyard. I love the following ideas because most of them will work if you rent instead of own! Have fun!

Are you pro-life and discouraged about the state of our world? Be encouraged by the work of a fledgling ministry called And Then There Were None. Its goal is to see abortion workers leave the industry…and it’s working! I’ve had some personal contact with the organization and seen first-hand that they financially support men and women who want to quit their jobs but need financial help. It happened it our area and Planned Parenthood lost an employee!

Need an awesome book to read this summer? The founder of And Then There Were None is Abby Johnson. Her story Unplanned will give you a good idea of the choices that lead a woman to get deeply involved in the pro-abortion/pro-death industry. Reading it may bolster your resolve to continue to fight for the unborn in your community!

Blessings to you!