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Something you should know about me—I confess…

that my love langage is not normal. Therefore, Gary Chapman chose not to put mine in his book. Shame on him;)!

One of my VBFFs just picked me up—took me downtown and ministered to my soul…

Seriously. Minister. To. My. Soul. Ikea sweet rolls. I got a pack of 6. There are now 4 left after our ride home. Now you know what this momma will be having with her coffee tomorrow! YUM. (Thank you Addie for a much needed night out girl! And thank you for entertaining me with endulging in my love language with me. It’s just not as fun to eat one by yourself!)

OK…so now you know.

Forget gifts…quality time…acts of service…affirmation…affection—yes those are great…but if you really want to make me feel loved…

Ikea sweet rolls…cinnamon buns…whatever you want to call them—DELISH.

Just thought you should know;).

P.S. Needham family…ya like my t-shirt?! JUST got mine in the mail today! LOVE sporting “Simply Love” India around…and I’m praying our Abby girl HOME!

kristi johnson - March 25, 2010 - 11:34 pm

i’m right there with ya…you’re so speaking my language too…love me some sweet rolls 🙂 kj

Amy @ Filled With Praise - March 25, 2010 - 11:44 pm

So funny! I am glad you had some fun time tonight. You think you could run some of those to our house? Maybe next time 🙂


Elle J - March 26, 2010 - 12:50 am

Now I am curious ~ will have to swing into my Ikea and get a box. Got my 147 Million Orphan necklace today. YAY! Can’t wait to sport that around with my Wiphan Tee.

Jenny - March 26, 2010 - 8:18 am

Sounds like my kinda night! Glad you had such a fun time and have been blessed with such a dear friend. Enjoy your sweet rolls and your weekend!

Renea - March 26, 2010 - 9:33 am

Okay, here’s the deal….. I send you e-mail and pretty comments and you send me sweet rolls! 🙂 LOL I have NEVER been to an Ikea…. don’t even know where I’d find one! But I’m willing to travel for sweet rolls. 🙂

Kim - March 26, 2010 - 10:00 am

You are so funny. I haven’t seen those at the Ikea in Hong Kong. And for a girl who hasn’t had any sweets during her first lent … they look and sound amazing! My love language could be changing!
Love & Blessings,

emily v - March 26, 2010 - 10:57 pm

Girl, we are such kindred spirits! One can never begin the sure-to-be-exhausting adventure through Ikea without first dropping $1.50 for a drink and sweet roll in the downstairs cafe. Yes, yes, I am quite sure we are going to be dear friends once we finallllllly meet! 🙂