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Here Comes The Sun


Playagirl

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Because Canadian winters are long and leave me craving sunshine, I decided to colour my very own sun. Done with gel pens since I love the way they flow.

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clueliss

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This made me smile.  Mid-Missouri with a couple of weeks of clouds hasn't been good for my mood.  

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Playagirl

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23 hours ago, clueliss said:

This made me smile.  Mid-Missouri with a couple of weeks of clouds hasn't been good for my mood.  

I hear ya. We have days on end of nothing but clouds, snow, snow and more snow. Really looking forward to spring.

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Curious

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This is gorgeous.  As previously mentioned I'm not a huge fan of yellow, but the color combos you used here are perfect.

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    • mysweetetc

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      Surprised that it was these two who won the game of Twin Roulette between the G2 Dugglings. As a twin mom myself, I was under the impression that fraternal twinning is passed down through the mom, due to it being a case of hyper-ovulation. And I'm guessing it's fraternal twins because they did a double gender reveal--if they were identical, they'd know the kiddos were boy/boy or girl/girl.

      ETA: What will this be, 4 under 4 for them? Yikes on bikes.

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      Laura and Katie are checking people in at Fort Rock this week. Jed is there too of course:

       

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      6 hours ago, Bluebirdbluebell said:

      There are some versions of the bible that clean up the story of Jacob and Joseph, so that the reader is missing something. Joseph wasn't the arbitrary favorite. He was one of the only biological children of Jacob and Rachel. His brothers who plotted against him were all half brothers. Jacob wanted to marry Rachel, but was tricked into marrying her older sister Leah. The Lord made Leah very fertile to make up for it. Rachel was almost barren until Joseph. (In the meantime, Rachel and Leah both sent their maid servants to have children by Jacob.) Jacob and Rachel were eventually able to have 2 biological children: Joseph and later, Benjamin. Benjamin was too young and not apart of selling Joseph into Egypt. Some versions clean up the story to just say that Rachel and Leah are the bio-moms of all the kids and Joseph just happens to be the favorite, but this is incorrect. 

      Jacob's father-in-law arguably started the problem when he tricked Jacob into marrying the wrong sister. 

      They really don't do Biblical marriage like they used to.

      I think the best part of Gary's retelling is struggling to remember any of the names or relationships, that's what people look for in a preacher. Although I can see all the women in the story going through all the kids names until they hit the right one!

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