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Reboot & Celebrate

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2011 has been the most amazing year and I firmly believe 2012 is going to be even more awesome!  In order to get read for 2012 I am going to have a little rest from my computer and reboot my system so that I am refreshed and ready for what God has planned!  

Have a lovely Christmas, please consider buying some lovely books or one of our Cd's as gifts for your loved ones and I will see you back here on King's Daughters in the New Year, ready to start the year off with a 21 day Daniel fast. 


  1. Hi Angela,

    May God bless you as you focus on Him in the coming weeks. I shared a story with you on Ruby for Women a few weeks ago about my and my husband's experience with God working in our life and also in the life of our church in reaching out to and ministering to people in recovery from addictions. If you want to read more about that, please check out my latest post on the "We Believe" ministry established at our church a couple of years ago. I think you will be encouraged. I'd love to hear your thoughts. My blog address is God bless you and your family!
    P.S. I LOVE your worship music!

  2. Thank you Jen, I am really looking forward to some down time! We Believe ministries is amazing, just read your latest blog post and will continue to follow your fantastic work.

  3. Enjoy your recharging time and let us know when you are ready to rock the blog world again!
    Hugs, GraceinAZ

  4. Thanks Grace, I will be back in the first week of January, I have loads lined up for 2012 so watch this space :) XXX

  5. I'll miss you, enjoy your holiday xoxo

  6. Thank you Katherine, just about to pop over to your blog x

  7. Keep resting...just wanted to say "Hi!" I am blog hopping from Katherine's Corner. Hugs, GraceinAZ

  8. Enjoy your break, and thank you so much for coming by from Katherine's Corner!

  9. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas. I hope you have a lovely holiday. I look forward to your return. xo


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