Saturday, November 07, 2020

Listen As You Manage Your Home, Homestead Story Intro


 

Hello Ladies,

Here's something to keep you company while you go about your homemaking today. I've also included some other links I heard in the last couple of days. 


In the video I talked about the power of the news media to depress us.
Here are some more positive news-type videos done by common people , without big media paychecks,  in their offices at home, 
that put great perspectives on the current trials before us. It is good listening and Mr. S. also likes them. 
 
On this site you have to scroll down to a “latest  X22 report” and click on the right video. It will have a picture of the president on it.
X22 Report -the current video is number 2322 which is on the picture.

Conservative Resurgence  good one today

The Next News Network  - one of the speakers in this video was amusing 

Open Source News - (Black Conservative Patriot)

This is his recent post:

Listen to this one by Diamond and Silk:


Diamond and Silk in this one a man carefully teaches the procedure of elections. The media does not decide. It only announces it after it had gone through the constitutional process.

In this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oybCqWG6k6Y They emphasized prayer today and then they started talking about food--it was delicious.

Candace Owens Farmer talks about “fact checking “



Homemaker Challenge Today :
Pray
Personal Care and Dress
List a home making routine
Follow the List

Post Script:

State, city and national elections are decided and called by election officials











7 comments:

Janine said...

Thanks for all the links! Also, greatly enjoyed hearing about your living in Alaska!

Amelia said...

Very nice and encouraging video Lydia. I viewed the Diamond and Silk video, You have to just love those girls, Father Pavone does a good job explaining things, he's a prolife advocate as well, he and Alveda King. I may have to borrow that video for my blog too. People need to know the truth on all of this.

Just wanted to drop a comment to let you know I'm watching your videos and I appreciate you and the videos very much. I feel like we really need to stick together in prayer at this time.

Loved hearing about your family, we love the movie, 'The Magic of Ordinary Days'.

God bless!

Christine said...

You are amazing! Your hard work is paying off.
I appreciate your advice and lessons.

Lydia said...

Dear Lydia,

I gleaned more helpful information today. Thank you so much! Your talk about watching our words and making sure we’re building one another up is something I need to be mindful of. It is so edifying when someone ends their exhortation to us on a positive note of encouragement.

I am praying for our country and leaders... finding great peace and rest by praying through the book of Psalms. I would encourage anyone who is fretting over current events to read Psalm 37.

Well, I finally found an older woman who shares my interest in toys! When my husband and I take little shopping trips, I always seek out the toy stores! My adult children know I will always have a new game, puzzle, or craft when they visit over the holidays.

The family history account of growing up in Alaska is something I look forward to hearing more about. Have a blessed week, Lydia.

❤️Holly

Gigi said...

I just love your videos. They are so encouraging. Thank you for taking the time to make them! You are an amazing woman.
P.S. Where are you taking your art classes (online)? I am looking for something for myr 14 year old who is very interested in art ... thank you!

Lydia said...

Gigi. The art classes are Susan Rios and they are $20 for each session, which lasts approx 3 and a half hours. I don't stay for the whole thing --I can't sit still that long ;-) but you can find her online . The address is sriosart@yahoo.com Email her and get on her email notifications and then you can choose which picture you are interested in painting. She is in California so its pacific time. I chose her classes because they were in my time zone.

Laura Jeanne said...

Lydia, I enjoyed listening to this talk while I cooked supper. I especially enjoyed your stories from your childhood. I have wanted to read your book for some time now, but I haven't been able to find a copy anywhere. There is one on Abebooks right now for $80, with $50 shipping. haha. I do want to read it but not that badly. :D Please do let us know when some more reasonably priced copies are available. I think your book would make good reading for those cozy winter evenings cuddled up under blankets. :)