Se7en’s Fabulous Friday Fun #203…

Summer holidays. What can I say, lots of late nights, dinner out doors and swimming, swimming, swimming….


And se7en + 1 mini-figures lined up under the tree…


Here are some lovely links from this week:

  1. Brilliant Blog Photography Tips… on Mummy Alarm.
  2. The Very Best of A Beautiful Mess – 2013…
  3. Everything you ever need to know about reading The whole Bible in a year… on The Gospel Coalition and if after that you are still looking then here is a list of Bible Reading Plans for 2014 from Ligonier Ministries.
  4. Loved this on Tinkerlab: The Year’s Best Art and Creativity Books for Kids.
  5. So you want to be a travel writer then you have to follow Where’s Andrew, the Digital Nomad, take a look at his work and dream away.
  6. And if you still need some adorable Christmas cheer, we have watched these videos by StPaulsArtsandMedia about a million times… just love the Christmas story… acted out by kids with a large dose of cuteness.
  7. Everywhere I look folk are talking about John Acuff’s Empty Shelf Challenge… have to say I thought about it for more than a moment… and just can’t think where I would find that empty shelf… I would rather be reading than clearing a shelf – to be honest. Hmmmmmm still thinking about it!!!
  8. And the se7en + 1th link:

  9. A Blast From the Past: And here are a couple of links to posts, this week, from previous years:

That’s us, hope you are having a fun and fabulous weekend!!!

6 Replies to “Se7en’s Fabulous Friday Fun #203…”

  1. Thanks so much for the mention and taking the time to stop over on the blog. They’re great tips and I’ll let Lucy know that you enjoyed them too.

    Have a happy New Year x

  2. I adore Jon Acuff, and love that empty shelf idea. I’m thinking about how I can make this work as a Kindle fan 🙂 And thank you so much for sharing our post in this lovely round-up.

  3. Hi there Rachelle, I loved your fab post!!! Otherwise I have been thinking about your need for a virtual book shelf. If you only read kindle books then you can create a category of “read books” on your kindle, but you could also sign up to Shelfari and create a virtual bookshelf online… I think I may do that because I read tons of kindle books. Definitely something to think about!!!

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