School Shopping with Olive Juice

It’s time for the leaves to start falling and you all know what that means…

SCHOOL CLOTHES SHOPPING!

OK, so I homeschool and I can find a great reason around every corner to buy clothes for my kids. I have four girls, so I could go broke on a site like this. I mean seriously.

It’s a little bit (ahem) more of an investment than I am usually able to make on my kids clothes, but here’s the best part. For every item of this adorable clothing that you purchase, you will also be providing a child in need with an item of clothing. It’s one for one. Win-win. You get a precious little number for your cutie pie (or a great gift with a great story), and you give another sweet little one a gift as well. Whenever your kiddo gets compliments on his/her precious duds, you can tell them the details that make it even more special.
Love, love, love this pairing between clothes4souls and olive juice -thanks for the opportunity to share it with all my readers!!!

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  • http://www.thegiftofmondays.com/ colleen laquay urbaniuk

    what a great idea and how generous of olive juice to do this! i checked out the clothes4souls website and was amazed at what that company is doing not only internationally but right here in our backyard.  thanks for making me aware :)

  • Traci

    Couldn’t get the Olive site to load… I’ll be back to check it out Angie!  Love, Traci  at  Ordinary Inspirations
    http://www.ordinaryinspirations.blogspot.com

  • Alyson

    What a wonderful, life changing contribution Olive Juice is making in the lives of children. TOMS is another grenerous company that for every pair of shoes you purchase, they will give a pair to a person in need.

  • Courtney B.

     Love that you are doing a great job of raising awareness about people doing good ministry out there.  In fact, it was on this very blog that I first heard about the work of Sweet Sleep and I am happy to say that I have just taken on a year long term as an East TN regional rep for them, helping to raise awareness and funds about their ministry.  Thanks for sharing it with me!  :)

  • Courtney B.

     Love that you are doing a great job of raising awareness about people doing good ministry out there.  In fact, it was on this very blog that I first heard about the work of Sweet Sleep and I am happy to say that I have just taken on a year long term as an East TN regional rep for them, helping to raise awareness and funds about their ministry.  Thanks for sharing it with me!  :)

  • Toknowhim

    Angie,

    Just got back from Indy.  I have followed your blog a little in the past, and have loved to read your stories.  This was the first time I heard you in person today at WOF.  You did such a wonderful job!!! You have a gift…  You made a wonderful addition to the WOF team.

    I bought your new book and I can’t wait to read it.  I have had fear issues all my life, so I look forward to seeing what you have to say on fear….

    Blessings and I want to make sure to look at my God in the midst of life storms…

    A sister in Christ,
    Kim

  • Deanna McCullough

    Angie, Love your blog.  I searched everywhere to find you on facebook or on the women of faith site so I could email you.  Today, I heard you speak in Indy.  Within 2 minutes, I knew your story paralleled mine.  27 years ago, our beautiful Joshua was born with polycystic kidneys.  We had not had an ultrasound, so we found out when he was born and he lived 48 hours before dying on a ventilator.  There was so little known about it at that time and so little time to absorb and understand what had happened.   It nearly destroyed me.  But with God’s loving embrace, gradually I healed.I wanted to try to find you in the book signing line but knew there would not be time to really truly tell you how much your talk today meant to me and that I will continue to pray that God use your story in a mighty way to help other families heal.  I know a book such as yours would have really helped me. There was so little out there in the way of resources back then.  Praise God that Audrey’s life will be used ALWAYS to touch hearts and help families heal.  May God bless you and your beautiful familyas you continue to serve Him.  Deanna McCullough in Westport, IN

  • Kori

    I just wanted to say how AWESOME it was to hear you speak and meet you!  I jumped out of the stands on Friday, shook your hand, lost all rational thought and blurted out how much I love you!  Then was able to actually meet you today (Saturday).  We chatted briefly about homeschooling and loving My Fathers World curriculum!!  But homeschooling isn’t the only thing that draws me to your blog.  I had a miscarriage a few months before you lost Audrey.  I was only 5 weeks and we had not told anyone.  We only knew for a week before I began bleeding.  There was nothing to do but let nature run it’s course.  Only a very few people knew. I  sucked it up or thought I sucked it up and went on… actually I just sucked it in and left it alone.  Then months later you wrote a post to honor all babies that had been lost…it was in that post I realized I was one of those women…It had not occurred that I fit in this category until that moment.  Somehow I had convinced myself that I had not lost as much as everyone else that was posting because I was not very far along.  I had only spent 1 week falling in love while others had invested months.  Your post made me realize what my heart knew the whole time.  I lost a baby. That miscarriage was my child and in the 1 week I knew about him…I fell head over heals in love.  Your post freed me to grieve for the child I lost, not just feel guilty I was grieving a lost pregnancy.  Thank You!

  • tracey

    Hello,
    Just  wanted to tell you how much i enjoyed seeing you and listening to you speak  in Indianapolis yesterday. I have followed your blog since i knew i would be coming to the WOF and was so moved by your testimony.  You are an amazing speaker and have a gift of comfort in your beautiful spirit.  Thank you for sharing so much of yourself and family. You are a blessing~~~
    Tracey

  • Kellie M

    Just want to say thank you for sharing your story at the WOF event in Indy! I love hearing from you and would love to ask you what helps you thru your fear and as a child what got you thru and any advice to a mom with a fearful 6yr od daughter?

  • Jandtgoirish

    Check out Happy Blankie if you haven’t already. Similar concept, get one, give one. They are an awesome company!