Thursday, November 20, 2008
Monday, November 17, 2008
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
"JERUSALEM — Israeli archaeologists have discovered a 2,000-year-old gold earring beneath a parking lot next to the walls of Jerusalem's old city, the Israel Antiquities Authority said Monday".
When my Mom showed the article to me one of the first things that went through my head was that if you had to say that it was either in support of evolutionism or Creationism, then I would say that it would be in support of the Creationists theory. If people way back to the time of Christ could make something so beautiful (just like some of the earrings made today) then why say that people 3 or 4,000 years ago or more were not just as smart? I love to see examples just like this, it shows even more that people were made "smart from the start". You can probably tell that from what I just said that I am a 110% Bible believing, Creationist. :)
Comment on this post and tell me which you would say and why. :)
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Today is the third week of A Homemade Christmas, click the icon above to learn more about A Homemade Christmas, and it's host Miss Emily Rose. Today she not only posted about a Christmas gift, but she also is having a giveaway. Click the icon below to learn more about it. If you would like to participate in A Homemade Christmas and/or put an icon on your blog or site then visit her blog by clicking one of the icons.
Last Christmas we wanted to make something for each of our cousins, so we made aprons for the girls and marshmallow guns for the boys. (We have alot of cousins :) Both the apron pattern and the marshmallow gun instructions we got online, click here to get the apron pattern and here to get the marshmallow gun instructions.
The apron pattern was very simple, and you only need one yard of fabric to make it. The marshmallow guns were alot of fun, we had to test them you know. :) I am just kidding, we made a few for us too. I am sorry I don't have any pictures to show you. :( We are still trying to figure that out. Thank you for reading my post!