Jade stole Jim’s hat!
Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others. Philippians 2:3-4
The soap selling crew at the Louisville Christmas show.
Colter: “I don’t want pity – I like cold hard facts.”
Hayride at the Christmas tree farm.
Indigo: “Is there going to be food?”
Dad: “Yes, didn’t you hear me say that?”
Indigo: “I guess my stomach was growling too loudly for me to hear you.”
We get asked lots of questions when we’re doing farm tours, selling soap at craft fairs, or simply running errands. Since most of those answers are heard only by the person who asked, we decided to share some of the common questions here on the blog. And of course you can ask a question of your own!
Hewitt, if you could create a new soap scent, what would it be? ~EFranks1985
Hewitt: That is really really hard. I think I would call it WAR soap. It would smell like dirty boys with wooden swords “play” fighting! I think everyone who orders it should get a wooden sword or shield. When you’re fighting you get really dirty. So when you use that soap, you’ll still smell like you’re fighting but you’ll be clean. I’d paint it like two people were fighting with wooden swords. It would be the awesomest soap ever!
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Jade: “Being a boy is so much easier. You don’t have to deal with your hair!”
Indigo: “Well, you do have to cut it more.”
Jade: “I have to cut mine too!”
In this episode, The Jonas family shares their favorite Bible stories and what makes them so special.
Mom: “Greyden, why are you riding that princess bike?”
Greyden: “Because Jade said I could and I’m too lazy to get mine.”
Brett: “Being around people is draining.”
Dad: “That story changed.”
Mom: “Oh, I’m Italian – my stories get more impressive over time.”
This year, when we went to get our family Christmas Tree, Mom had the brilliant idea of getting a tree for the front porch of the soaproom.
The only problem was that we didn’t have any ornaments for it.
So the kids made some!
They took some of our packing paper from the shipping area.
Drew their ornaments and put some yarn on them.
And went out to decorate the tree!
Didn’t they do a good job? It looks so cute!
And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love. 1 Corinthians 13:13