My daughter, Ms. Burrito, brought home this project they made in religion class that says "My house is built on the word of God." This reminds me of the song that my father-in-law used to sing to my daughter when she was a baby, the "Little House in the Prairie."
"Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do... but how much love we put in that action."
"Love begins by taking care of the closest ones - the ones at home."
Ruby Tuesday 2
What a great lesson! I imagine they read about the house built of sand in the Bible.ReplyDelete
Michael Landon would be pleased.ReplyDelete
ROG, ABC Wednesday team
That's the way I want my "house" built, firmly on The Solid Rock.ReplyDelete
A very true lesson.ReplyDelete
that's so cuteReplyDelete
Sweet project and girl!ReplyDelete
Something that you will hang on to forever, for sure! Sweet project!ReplyDelete
That is a great artistic work.ReplyDelete
Yes, love must begin at home. That was a nice house project that Rylie brought home from school. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.ReplyDelete
I love the Laura Ingalls Wilder book House on the Prairie when I was a child. Carver, ABC Wednesday TeamReplyDelete
enjoyed this.. the house on the prairie is super cute..ReplyDelete
As someone who exists in the image of love, you have to first love yourself before you can fully love another. When you have love within, it's easy to give out.
Ms. Burrito is very creative.
Thanks for sharing & visiting.
good job, ms. burrito! agree that love begins at home, and sabi nga ng song, "wherever there is laughter ringing, someone smiling, someone dreaming, we can live together there, 'cause love will be our home... wherever there are children singing, where a tender heart is beating, we can live together there, 'cause love will be our home..." :)ReplyDelete
My house -- home -- is built on the Word of God, also. Bless you.ReplyDelete
Hi Rose, wonderful photos of Ms. Burrito. Great project and I love the quotes too.ReplyDelete
Very nice take on this week's letter. Have a wonderful evening.
Love begins at home...how true! I like the series of "The Little House on the Prairie" by Laura Ingalls.ReplyDelete
What a nice house and a beautiful girl.ReplyDelete
That shows lots of imagination and hard work too. It is great!ReplyDelete
that is one beautiful house Sis, Ms. Burrito is so pretty :-) Visiting from Ruby Tuesdays 2, hope that you can return your red visit too.ReplyDelete
creative little girl, good work ms. burito!ReplyDelete
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