Thursday, September 22, 2011

Roses on your pillow...


Let us not give up meeting together, 
as some are in the habit of doing,
but let us encourage one another...

Hebrews 10: 25

My sister and niece have a sweet night time tradition, created when my niece was very small... they begin their good night to each other with the bidding: "Roses on your pillow..." I, too, have sweet morning and evening traditions that have been cultivated with others. Today, I am visiting with you, hoping to encourage you and trusting that you know how grateful I am to meet with you here...

What are your morning and evening traditions of meeting and encouraging one another?



4 comments:

Sarah said...

Hey Aunt Karen I love your blog, sorry I haven't been posting lately i've been busy with school. I hope to see you soon.
Love, Sarah

beth said...

i think we need to work on this to be honest :(

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

i love this...to tell you the truth...i wake up in the morning and sing to my Teddy and kittys....

" good morning to you...good morning to you..we're all in our places...with sun shiny faces....good morning to you, my loves"

happy to stop by..

happy first day of Fall

kary
xx

Karena said...

Hi Karen,

Really being thankful for all we have and those loved ones in our lives.

xoxo
Karena
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