Thursday, February 2, 2017

Home Sweet Home #308

What does love look like? : The Charm of Home
Hello and welcome to Home Sweet Home!  This week I shared, What does love look like?

Date, Nut, Honey, and Chocolate Chip Cake

Gianna Jessen: Story of an Abortion Survivor
Here, I normally tell you I will feature the posts I enjoy, but this week I will feature this post with the most views.  I did not enjoy this post.  It made me bawl all the way through it.
I want to give all glory and honor to the Father above for allowing this little infant to live and to give her testimony glorifying Jesus so, that the truth may be know as to what the spirit of evil is.  
The post is Becoming Harder by JustJanBlog. 


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Unknown said...

Yes, it isn't a pretty post but I felt like I had to post it. Maybe it will contribute to someone pausing over this decision. Bless you Sherry.

La Table De Nana said...

I will peek at the link later or Littles will be here soon..but can I just say your Valentines are precious.♥

Susan Freeman said...

Thank you for choosing Janet's post. I am pro-life. It is often hard for me to attend gatherings at my in-law's homes because they are pro-choice. My sister-in-law, and daughters all marched in the women's parade recently. My mother-in-law was also pro-choice. She told me that if abortion had been an option when my husband, her youngest child, was conceived, she would have aborted him. She also wanted my other sister-in-law to abort her child because she and her husband could not afford another child. Thankfully, that sister-in-law chose to keep the baby. Today that baby grew up to be a lovely and talented young woman who has just been accepted into Texas A&M University. I am happy she is here. I am also happy my husband is here because he is a wonderful, kind and generous man. Like me, he is also a Christian and he is pro-life. No, it's not politically correct to be pro-life, but I believe in my heart that it is the only choice we should make.

Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Hi Sherry! Your vignette is so beautiful, you know how I like romantic vignettes and that cake on that Country Roses plate looks so good! Thanks so much for hosting and Happy February!

Antiques And Teacups said...

Hi Sherry and thanks for hosting. Definitely a powerful post feature. Your pretty Valentine vignette is lovely. Will be passing on the nuts for awhile due to dental issues, but boy does that look wonderful! Have a great week!

Poppy said...

Hi Sherry, it's been a while! Glad I can join you again for your wonderful party!


Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Thanks so much for hosting each week and thanks for taking the time to visit!!

Deanies Stash said...

Hi Sherry. Thank you for hosting this party. May the Lord shower you with blessings this week.

xo Dianne

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

There is always something scrumptious looking here that you have made! Oh my that chocolate cake! I know I would love it. Not much blogging time lately, but always nice to be able to join the party. Thanks so much Sherry!

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you for the party Sherry! Have a lovely weekend!

Unknown said...

Thank you for hosting a great party!
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