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Fun & Super Easy Acorn Treats

Posted by Hallee on Sep 27, 2013 in Desserts, Food Art, Hallee's Galley, Parenting, preschool activities, Recipes, Snacks

My boys love gathering acorns on the walk to school. They both have acorns in almost every pocket of their backpacks, and there is no telling how many they’ve buried in our yard, hoping to grow a tree.

So, when I saw this snack, I couldn’t help but get the supplies needed to make it!

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Speaking!

Posted by Hallee on Sep 26, 2013 in Speaking

I’ve added a new venture in my ministry — speaking! If you’re looking for a speaker for your small group, women’s group, book club, conference, etc., please contact me!

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Visuals

Posted by Hallee on Sep 25, 2013 in Writing

That said, the other night, my husband and I watched Safe Haven. I didn’t recognize the lead guy (Josh Duhamel), so when I saw him, I was kind of surprised. He looks EXACTLY like my character in Burn (an unpublished novel), Ian MacDermott. EXACTLY. The entire movie, I couldn’t get over how much he talked like him, moved like him, looked like him — it was almost eerie.

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It’s Time for Fall Cleaning!

Posted by Hallee on Sep 21, 2013 in Housekeeping

seasonal housekeeping!

:)

At the turn of every season, I perform the following tasks:

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Coming of Age

Posted by Hallee on Sep 13, 2013 in Blog Stuff, Parenting, Raising girls, Raising teens

This is the first picture I ever posted of my Kaylee on this blog.
I’ve been blogging for over four years now, and it’s AMAZING the difference four years makes in the life of a child. From 12-16, there’s a transformation from little girl to young lady and such a gradual way that you have no idea that it’s happening. And yet, we go from this:
To this:
In less than 1600 days.

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War & Peace

Posted by Hallee on Sep 11, 2013 in Life

It’s awful to think that there are teenagers today who were too young to remember 9/11/01, and yet we’re STILL at war.

God help this generation growing up where war has been their entire life, and yet where this nation is so apathetic about it that no one who isn’t directly affected even remembers it.

7000 troops dead, over 32,000 wounded, and the cost of war on soldiers and families that impacts homes in ways we can’t even comprehend. How about we “remember” this date by remembering we’re at war and then demanding an end to it?

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Changes

Posted by Hallee on Sep 6, 2013 in Christian Faith, hospitality, Life

Gregg and I prayed about it and decided to bring her and her son into our home indefinitely. We’ve told her that this is her home, that we don’t expect anything from her in return, and that they are part of our family now. She came here Wednesday night – which is the first time we met. There are a few things that require some prayer about it:

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The Walking Bread; The Bread Will Rise! Is Now Available!

Posted by Hallee on Sep 3, 2013 in Blog Stuff

Book 2 in my Parody Cookbook Series, The Walking Bread; The Bread Will Rise! is now available! It will be available in ebook form ONLY on Amazon for the time being. You can get it at this link. It will be available in paperback everywhere.

While confronting and redeeming a recent popular secular phenomenon, Hallee Bridgeman, A.K.A. “Hallee the Homemaker” finds every grain of truth in her second whole food, real food cookbook with in-depth analysis and amazing recipes of yeast breads, quick breads, sourdoughs, and breads using grains other than wheat. The Walking Bread is a cookbook wrapped in a parody surrounded by a comedy with a tongue firmly inserted into a cheek — but the recipes are “dead serious” and may leave readers searching for all the tasty bread crumbs.

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Sapphire Ice is 99 Cents ALL Month Long!

Posted by Hallee on Sep 1, 2013 in Blog Stuff

Robin’s heart is as cold as her deep blue eyes. After a terrifying childhood, she trusts neither God nor men. With kindness and faith, Tony prays for the opportunity to shatter the wall of ice around her heart. When a frigid phantom from the forgotten past threatens their future, Tony’s unshakable confidence and Robin’s new-found faith must melt the threatening maelstrom.

Sapphire Ice can be purchased in e-book format for only 99 cents at the following places:

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