Get ready for the holidays with cozy PJs! Richard Leeds International makes some of the cutest PJs out there and these warm microfleece nightshirts are no exception. From cute prints to your favorite characters, you’ll find pajamas that are perfectly your style. Holly from Southern Mom Loves was sent three nightshirts from RLI to try out and you can read her full review here.
We have a HUGE giveaway for our readers! 32 winners will receive nightshirts from Richard Leeds International! (ARV $520!)
1st Prize: 1 (One) winner will receive an entire nightshirt wardrobe! 7 nightshirts!
2nd Prize: 2 (Two) winners will receive a 5 nightshirt wardrobe!
3rd Prize: 3 (Three) winners will receive a 3 nightshirt wardrobe!
4th Prize: 26 (Twenty Six) winners will receive a nightshirt!
The print nightshirts come in Leopard, Sheep, Owls, Love, Dots, Moons, Snowflake, and Scotties.
The licensed character nightshirts come in Batgirl, Classic Disney, Hello Kitty, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Betty Boop, and Eeyore.
Find all of the styles above in the Sleepwear section at Walmart in-store or online at Walmart.com.
32 total winners will be sent fun nightshirtsin a randomly chosen design from the styles shown above, in their Women’s size as they state it in the Giveaway Tools widget below. (ARV $520!)
Enter below, the odds are fantastic!
Giveaway begins on 11/27/15 at 1:00 am CST and ends on 12/18/15 at 11:59 pm CST. Must be 18 years or older, open to residents of the US only. Once confirmed, the winners will be added to the Southern Mom Loves Winner’s List.
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Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin;and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.Now if God so clothes the grass of the field, which today is, and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will He not much more clothe you, O you of little faith?
My uncle owned a small plane when I was young. I always wanted to go flying with him but somehow the timing never worked out. Ever since then I have had a pipe dream (more of a fantasy, really) of flying somewhere on a private plane, with that special someone, just to “do dinner”. Wouldn’t that be awesome?
Last Friday, my good friend Debbie texted me this:
Well, who could turn down an invitation like that?
Debbie’s husband Tim has his private pilot’s license. Until recently, he was only checked out for two seater type planes. But a few weeks ago, he finished his qualifications for four seaters. So, he rented a plane for the night and guess what? My dream came true!! (the photo in the title is of Debbie and I in the backseat of the plane). We flew to Monterey, had dinner at El Torito’s (don’t judge, it was what we could afford) and flew home.
On the way back to Napa, Tim got permission from air traffic control to give us a tour of San Francisco Bay.
This was seriously one of the absolute BEST experiences of my life!!
A few days later I reflected on this unexpected blessing. And I got to thinking, if God gave me this incredible gift, which really is just a pick-me-up, not anything I actually NEED, then why don’t I trust Him to cover the basics in my life?
This pondering brought to mind the verses from Matthew quoted above. If God can make the beautiful flowers and every other part of His creation, then why wouldn’t he take care of us? I’m going to try to stop worrying so much about my day to day life and start trusting God to shoulder my burdens. His shoulders are much broader and stronger than mine anyway. 😉