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Online Math Course
Music and more at eBay today Country Bloomers
Page of the week: ParentQuest!Raising Teens With Faith, Hope, and Love!

Team Kid at West Oaks Baptist Church
Glory Gals-Women in the Word Rusty's Custom Computers
FibroMama's Chat

Travel Texas with the Goodlife Journal
See where Beth and Sam went this week!
Sunday school helps /Extra!
A growing church in the West Oaks area:

See beautiful baskets and gifts:
Harvest Creations
Priscilla's Crochet--100 free patterns

  • "What are Pam and Beth making this week?"
    You never know!
    Country Bloomers by Pamebeth

    Wreaths of All Kinds!

    Health sites:
    FibroMama's Chat
    Lupus Forum
    Lupus Community
    Discoid lupus chat

    Fibromyalgia info:

    and other informational web sites
    Lupus Around the World
    Healthzone--good Lupus article
  • Women's Interests:
    Sarah's tent for inspiration and Fellowship

    Gateway to Joy
    By Elizabeth Eliot

  • Hilarious and Sweet Easy Submit
  • Have you ever considered homeschooling?
    Need more info?
    All the info you need
    about Homeschooling:
    "Eclectic Homeschooling Online"
    McDougal Spelling
    Homeschool for Real People

    Southeast Texas Homeschoolers Association
  • New Missionary Page--read about Missionaries in Cancum

  • CrossDaily.com

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    Pam and Beth's
    New Recipe--Rocky Road Cookies!

    Fun pages by and about kids:
    See Sam's Pet
    Krystal's Music Reviews
    Melanie's Soccer Hangout
    Red Bean Soup With Andouille Sausage
    Smoked sausage or kielbasa can be
    substituted if andouille is not available.
    Serves 6-8
    1 pound Red beans, dried
    8 ounces Ham hock
    4 cups Chicken broth
    4 cups Water
    1 medium Onion, diced
    3 stalks Celery, diced
    1 teaspoon Hot sauce
    3/4 pound Andouille sausage, diced
    2 teaspoons garlic, minced
    Salt and pepper to taste
    Soak beans overnight. Drain. Place all ingredients in a
    large soup pot. Slowly bring to a boil, skimming any foam
    or fat off the top. Reduce the heat and simmer for about 2
    1/2 hours (or until the beans are soft).
    - Nick Sundberg
    Great Youth Group Ideas
    West Oaks Youth