All in a Sunday.


In church this morning our Governor ( Bobby Jindal) shared his testimony with us.

What a blessing it was.

It's kind of refreshing to have have someone like him in office.

(wonder what's up with my puffy face this morning)!!??





It was a nice lesson for Madison too.
Good people can do great things if they put Christ first.
She adores Him!


I could not wait to get home today and kick off my shoes
change my clothes
have some home cooking
(thank you Maw Maw)
and maybe a nap!
I love Sunday's!

34 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great day and a great message!

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  2. I bet your governor had a great message. Your daughter is so cute!!! Hope you have a wonderful week. Love & blessings from NC!

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  3. Wow! All I can say Susie!

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  4. Love him too!!!

    Bobby for President!

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  5. Puffy my foot! You are absolutely beautiful! :)

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  6. Here's a Texan who absolutely LOVES Bobby Jindal. His outstanding leadership during the oil spill mess has been amazing. God bless 'im. And you too. Very cute and blessed family!

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  7. I think your Governor has a big career ahead of him. He seems to really care! That is the kind of politicians we need. Action not just talk:) Love the pics.
    ~Debra
    Blog: Capers of the vintage vixens

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  8. Yes, yes, yes, we need followers of Christ in his position. We have a battle going on with good and evil and we need his faith to lead us. Love your blog.

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  9. Susie -

    I like Bobby Jindal. NJ finally has a good Governor as well, Chris Christie. I'd be pleased to see either of these men on a ticket to the White House. So, what did Maw Maw make for dinner?

    Your Friend,
    - Deborah

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  10. Sounds like a special morning! It says alot about a person that he comes to a Sunday morning service :)
    Wendy

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  11. You and me both - there is nothing better than a Sunday nap after church!

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  12. How neat that he came a shared his testimony.

    I am so glad you had a good day. Hope your nap was great.

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  13. That is so neat. Puts your faith back in leaders. All the ones around Memphis are crazy. Well, I think the current mayor isn't, but his predecessor is a nutcase who is running for Congress.

    Sorry, didn't mean to get on a soapbox! : )

    I hope you got your nap today...I sure did! Sundays are my favorite days of the week!

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  14. How awesome that you got to meet him and hear his testimony. I love Bobby Jindal too. He seems like a great man.

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  15. sounds like a wonderful day.
    hope you got your nap!

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  16. In a day and age where politicians can't be trusted and hide their beliefs as not to offend anyone...this is such a wonderful example of how folks should be!

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  17. I think we all need a little change in our so called perspective. Maybe he'll be the new trend :)

    Sounds like a great way to spend a Sunday ~ nap included.

    Jo

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  18. What a wonderful experience!

    Cxx

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  19. So cool...I love Sunday's too! :)

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  20. What a blessing!

    You look great by the way, you always do!

    Hope you are having a wonderful summer~♥

    Robin~♥

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  21. I think LA is on the right track again. But sorry, BOBBY JINDAL FOR PRESIDENT!! He is an honest, sincere, faithful man who has a brain as well. Living on the Gulf Coast as I do, I've been able to see more of him and his part in the oil spill. He has been a giant among men here.

    And last but not least WHO DAT????

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  22. Sounds like you had a GREAT Sunday!!!♥

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  23. WOW! What a privilege you had! I think Governor Jindal is a great leader...I'm with several of your other readers~put him on the presidential ticket in 2012! WooHoo!

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  24. I'm a Floridian, who loves Bobby Jindal. I agree w/ Donna and others, hope he is on the 2012 ticket.

    It is so cool you got to meet him and have a picture made w/ him!!!

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  25. As a Louisianian, glad to hear this. For me, it makes the political scene a little more bearable.

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  26. Sundays are a joyful way to energize the beginning your week and I'm glad you and your family had such a wonderful time. And no, your face doesn't look puffy. You look beautiful!

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  27. It makes me feel proud to know that our governor is a follower of Christ, thanks for posting that. And BTW, Gov Jindal rocks!

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  28. I would have LOVED to have heard his testimony. Wow! I didn't know that he was a Christian. I just knew that I liked him a lot. I sure wish we had someone like that in the White House. :(

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  29. I read you all the time, don't comment too often.

    I hope your Governor runs for President one day, I am from Massachusetts and I just adore him !!! So sorry for all the problems you had with the oil leak !!!

    All the best,
    Kathy :)
    jokaj@comcast.net

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