Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Raising Homemakers "Reunion"

Recently we were blessed to have the Brookshire family come out to visit our church. We said it was something of a Raising Homemaker's "reunion" since we all write for the new, popular site and were all together at one place! Here are some pictures from their lovely visit:




From left to right:
Breezy Brookshire of A Bowl of Moss and Pebbles
Rhonda Devine of Walking With Sarah
Robin Brookshire of Robins Egg Blue
June Fuentes of A Wise Woman Builds Her Home (me!)
Emily Rose Brookshire of Simply Vintage Girl

We tried really hard not to laugh and giggle too much for the shots but it took about twenty or so to finally get it right!



Mother and daughter (Breezy and Robyn)

Robin was just as lovely, sweet, and sincere as you would imagine her being from reading her blog. She is also one busy mama as she helps her industrious daughters through the many new, exciting projects that come their way.




*Lovely Daughters*

(Naomi Fuentes, Breezy, Janai Fuentes, Emily Rose)

Emily Rose and Breezy are two wonderfully accomplished daughters who are striving to live godly, counter cultural lives. Their giftings range from beautiful art, knitting, cooking, poetry, writing, photography, sewing, to web graphics and design. They are also the special gals behind the beautiful and historic 'Daughters of His Story' paper dolls sold through Vision Forum.




My daughters own the whole set--they love them, and play with them constantly!I highly recommend these high quality dolls for your daughters...be sure to visit Noble Rose Press to purchase them for the lovely young ladies in your life.


For more pictures of this special day click here.

Also---did you know there were more writers added onto the Raising Homemakers team?

The West Ladies, creators of Homestead Blessings
and
Miss Jenny Leding of Blessed Femina


Have a blessed day!






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6 comments:

  1. Beautiful ~
    This just blessed my soul to pieces!

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  2. Oh, how I wish that Raising Homemakers was around when I was raising my own little homemakers! My two older daughters are 24 and 19, and pretty well raised already. I do have a younger daughter, but as she has Down syndrome, I don't imagine she'll be able to be a homemaker herself. She is a sweet, hardworking and home-hearted young lady, nonetheless♥

    Looks like you all had such a wonderful time together!

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  3. I'm sure you all had a wonderful time together! :o)

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  4. What a blessing to be in the fellowship of each other!

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  5. I really enjoy your blog! Thank you!
    Feel free to visit mine if you want.:) Let me know you came:)
    God Bless you.
    So nice to have other people out there with a passion for Godly roles and encouragement for the same!

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  6. Oh, what a special day that was. Your church family made us feel so welcome. Thank you.

    It was so nice to be able to meet you and your family, even though we already "knew" you all, it was great to be in person.

    Thank you again for all of your encouragement and your sweet spirit. May the Lord be praised.

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