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Friday, November 25, 2011

I Had to Share This

A couple of times a year one of the families in our neighborhood has a garage sale/sample sale. They sell samples of discontinued items at a very good price. The other day we stopped there to see what they were selling this time. When I saw the little tins with Arizona scenes pictured on them I was interested. Of course the one that caught my eye and I just had to buy was the one with the picture of the chapel in the header picture for this blog.
I knew the little tin contained mints but how surprised I was when I opened it and saw that the mints were in the shape of rocks. Above is a picture I took of the tin and below is what I found when I opened it.
We sampled the little rock mints. They're very good. I wish I could share them with all of you but since that isn't possible I did the next best thing and shared these pictures.

Now it's time to share our spiritual/inspirational posts again. I think it's great that new people are discovering Spiritual Sundays almost every week. If you are new to Spiritual Sundays and would like to share, you can click on Linking Info under the header picture to find out how to do it.


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Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God - John 1:12 (NIV)

15 comments:

  1. Hi CHarlotte! I was sad not to meet you in Arizona but perhaps there will be another time. Wanted to share my SS post this week. Love that rock candy/mint. What a sweet treat and your header is so lovely! Hugs Anne

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  2. Hi Charlotte:

    I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. The tin is lovely - how neat that you find one of the chapel at Sedona.

    Thanks for hosting each week!

    Blessings,
    Joan

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  3. What a great find!Thanks for sharing...I can almost taste the mints from here! lol

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  4. The Chapel is beautiful! I like the tin filled with rocks, much better than regular mints:)
    Charlotte

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  5. The mints look like real stones and pebbles! I would have loved to buy a souvenir for myself, but since it's thousand miles away, I thank you for sharing it.

    Have a blessed weekend,
    Rina

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  6. How cute! I remember buying gum that looked like rocks and pebbles and it was quite tasty. :) Have a blessed week. I'll be popping back in on Sunday am with the first of my Advent / Christmas posts, always a fun way of leaving a sweet spiritual legacy in the hearts and minds of our families, :) See you then.

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  7. God is so wonderful when He surprizes us with blessings that seem small to others, but to us they are simply awesome! Your tin and mints are lovely and not an accident that you found them.

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  8. what a neat treasure...those mints are so cool shaped in little rock pieces. Thanks again Charlotte for hosting SS....hope you're weekend is wonderful.

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  9. Charlotte, this was an amazing find and doesn't it represent us with the variety in the tin???? So glad you said it was mints. I was thinking "nuts" and that would change the dynamics of the whole thing!

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  10. What a nice surprise..those mints look great!
    Thank you for hosting Spiritual Sunday each week.
    It is such a blessing to so many!

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  11. That is so amazing! It is a serindipity thing and I love it!

    Shalom and blessings to you and yours

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  12. Thanks for hosting, Charlotte! I love the idea that dry, dusty desert rocks could actually be refreshing! Blessings to you,
    Laurie

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  13. Hi Charlotte, That was a great find! Thanks for sharing it with us. The chapel in Sedona
    is such a special place. I hope everyone who follows this blog gets there someday!

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  14. How awesome that you found one that matches your header!

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  15. The mints are amazing ! I hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving !

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Thank you for taking the time to comment. I appreciate it.
Blessings,
Charlotte