Wednesday, January 13, 2010


As many of you are already aware, Haiti suffered a major earthquake last night and they desperately need our prayers. I have a friend who travels to Haiti, to work in a orphanage, and she reported that there wasn't damage done to the one she goes to but I have also heard from others that the damage is overwhelming and the loss of life is high. This is such a poor country with so many orphans-please remember them.

Tuesday afternoons, hubby and I join our dear friends and go to the movies. It is wonderful to get a bargain movie, especially in the midst of winter and spending the afternoon with our friends is great fun. The movie we saw yesterday was Leap Year with Amy Adams; it was filmed in Ireland and the scenery was so incredibly beautiful. It was a light-hearted fun flick with lots of laughs.
I am always cautious about movies I recommend but this is one I do. In fact, I'm hoping our youngest daughter will see it with her hubby for their anniversary~because she loves Ireland as much as I do.

Our days are short, live life to the fullest, seek the Lord while He may be found.
Hugs, Noreen


  1. What fun to go to a movie that you really like (o:
    I will have to talk hubby into going.
    Yes we will have to set up a lunch date. Fridays are my day off.
    Have a great day.
    Kids went down for a nap, so my day is half over (o:

  2. What a fun time.

    As to Haiti, unreal what happened there. My heart goes out to them. Hugs

  3. It really is sad what's happened over there. Soo many people.

    Thanks for the heads up on the movie. I am looking for a fun light hearted girly movie for my granddaughter and I to see Sat. Blessings, Debbie

  4. Holding all in Haiti up in prayer.

    Nice that you have weekly movie dates! I like that.
    Hugs, GG

  5. So many thousands of lives lost ... such devastation :o(

    My daughter told me about this movie as well ~ she and her friend loved it so I'm glad to hear that you *second* that opinion ....

    Blessings to you and yours!


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