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Welcome back to the After Thanksgiving edition of the #LMMLinkup. Because of the Thanksgiving Holidays, your hosts decided to extend last week’s linkup so we can have more time with our families.
As we approach the Christmas holidays, we finalized our #LMMLinkup holiday schedule. The regular linkup will return Monday, Dec. 4 and Monday, Dec. 11. The Monday, December 11 linkup will be extended until January 8th when we hope to return with a great series on New Year Goals. We are finalizing guest posts and the theme now.
If you would like to be a part of our New Year’s series email your ideas to Mary at marykatbpcsc45 @ gmail (dot)com.
We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday and are wishing you a blessed Advent season as well. Please link up your posts for this week below.
Last Week’s Top Clicked Post!
By Beth Steffaniak at Messy Marriage
In this post, Beth introduces her guest post at Sheila Wray Gregoire’s blog To Love, Honor, and Vacuum. She also includes a great resource to help you determine why you argue and how you argue and what your arguing style with your husband says about your marriage. The blog post also includes a prayer journal with guide questions and scriptures to help edify your marriage. Beth provide so many useful tools on her blog. Messy Marriage continues to be one of my favorite blogs. Her blog posts have been the most clicked several times because she delivers such useful information to help Christian women improve their marriages.
My Favorite Post(s) of the Week
In the spirit of learning and Thanksgiving, I have three favorite posts for which I am thankful this week. First:
We also had a post featuring some great reads from Melissa at her blog, Jesus Loves Me Devotions. Melissa features five of her favorite Thanksgiving books. I loved the book, A Very Thankful Prayer. Be sure to check her great post out today.
We also need to focus on spiritual truths for Thanksgiving which is why I enjoyed Diana’s post:
These characteristics will provoke and challenge you as you try to live up to each of them. She also includes a great resource for Thanksgiving: Blessed Thanksgiving Verses.
Now, it is time to link up to the Literacy Musing Mondays hop!