For a few years now, I’ve given up on new years resolutions and chosen a word of the year.
Something I’ve learned as I gotten older is to never diminish another’s waiting. We are all waiting on something, the bus, that phone call, him to get on one knee, on our next meal, test results, and so on. The list goes on forever.
I like to post on or near Thanksgiving about thankful and gratefulness. Especially when the biggest shopping day of the year is the next day. SMH.
It’s spring! I seriously can’t believe it January would never end and now it’s basically April/Easter/Spring.
Hey there! It’s 2018, already?! Where did the time go? I cannot believe 2017 is over, so much happened…and was tweeted about…but now it’s a new year and time for a new beginning.
On April 29 my best friend got married and I along with my sister & my friend’s friend Tiffany stood by her side on her special day, I guess that’s what happens when you’ve been friends for 24 years. But this special occasion was in Austin and I had to pack creatively for all the … More Wear It Wednesday | Packing for an out of town Wedding
So incase you missed it my word for 2017 is brave, which is ironic & obvious in so so many ways. One of the brave things I did in the last few months was host an ethical fashion party at my church, this is a VERY big deal to me.
I’ve had a tough week, seriously, I’m in desperate need of resurrection Sunday. When we visited Israel in 2011, we visited the Church of Agony & I know I mention this story every Easter related post but that’s because it really means THAT much to mean and putting that experience into words is way way harder … More Easter Reflection | 2017
We signed up for OHM Connect in the last few weeks and have had I think 3 or 4 OHM hours (all in one hour increments no more than one a day), where we turn off all unnecessary electronics and lights, including our nest which runs our ac/heater. We don’t always have an OHM hour each … More What to do during OHM hours
In the fall, the grounds crew at our apartment complex trimmed the trees. As a nature lover, it was heart wrenching to watch. I cringed with each falling branch and nearly cried when it was determined trees simply had to go, for the sake of the foundation of our apartment. Mostly ours, there was a … More New Growth