Giving Thanks · Journaling · Worship

…as this season of the journey ends…

One year ago, I began what I called my “Journey to Forty.” It was my year of restoration in preparation for the start of what is commonly accepted as the second half of life. I began a journaling project where I would learn to write all that I heard from the Lord as I sought… Continue reading …as this season of the journey ends…

COVID-19 · Giving Thanks · Worship

[COVID-19 Diaries] Good Friday…so Much More Than I Thought…

Growing up in a Christian home (attending church since even before I was born), the story of Jesus dying for my sins on the cross, as well as the subsequent rising from the grave on the third day, was an accepted fact. It was the story that we banked our entire lives (and afterlife) on.… Continue reading [COVID-19 Diaries] Good Friday…so Much More Than I Thought…

Bullet Journaling · Family · Giving Thanks · Infertility · Simply Wardrobing · Worship

Living in 2017: What I’m Hoping (and Planning) to Learn and Love

So as a follow-up of last week’s blog post, where I recapped the top five life lessons and loves of 2016 (quite honestly, my favorite blog post to date…check it out HERE), I thought I would share some of the things I hope to learn and love as I am living through 2017. I say… Continue reading Living in 2017: What I’m Hoping (and Planning) to Learn and Love

Bullet Journaling · Fashion (My Style) · Giving Thanks · Marriage · Parenthood · Simply Wardrobing · Worship

Living in 2016: What I Learned and Loved

We are well into the new year (10 days in). Coming out of the┬ábusyness of the holidays and New Year, I was left drained physically, mentally, and emotionally. I had given everything I had to my work and my family, and it took some time for my body to forgive me for going non-stop for… Continue reading Living in 2016: What I Learned and Loved

Family · Infertility · Parenthood · Worship

…and just like that, you’re two years old.

Christmas Day, 2014. Just 32 minutes into the day, you came screaming into the world. You were exactly 1 week past your due date by that point, and then decided 37 hours of labor would be a great way to make your grand entrance into the world. The moment you landed in my arms made… Continue reading …and just like that, you’re two years old.