You know that we have this tradition of decorating our rooms each Christmas with our “roommates”, and then having a “showing” for the rest of the family to see…usually at night to show off the Christmas lights and candles 😉
I graduated high school in June, and celebrated in August. Just because summer is super busy for us! Being graduated is nice, but then also kind of scary because hey, it’s time to grow up!! ; ) I’ve said a
It has been quite a while since we’ve done an update on our everyday lives and what’s happening! I know this isn’t a part of summer, but I got my permit in January, and am pretty close to getting all
Every year we kids shut our bedroom door and decorate it, then have music and have a ‘showing the room’ for the family to see. (and yes, this does get competitive!) We’ve been doing this ever since I can remember, and
Part 1 || Part 2 || Part 3 || Part 4 || Part 5 || Part 6 || Part 7 || Part 8 ||Part 9 It has been much, much, MUCH too long since I’ve written about my journey
It just hit me the other day that I am leaving in 4 months. But I’ll start from the beginning! I’ve always wanted to do mission work, something God placed in me since I was little. It just felt ‘right’.
It’s that time of year again! When eating ice cream for breakfast while petting your goat, dressing up llamas in costumes, and sleeping in the tack pen are normal everyday occurrences 😀 Today was the first big day…the goat show!
One day about two years ago, I found this watch company that made absolutely beautiful women’s aviator watches. One especially stood out to me. I pinned it to my “Favorite Things” board on Pinterest and thought to myself, “Someday…when I’m
If you’ve been following our Facebook, you already know what I’m about to tell you! But we’ve been so quiet here on our blog, and we wanted to update anyone who isn’t on Facebook on what’s been happening! A
Remember THIS post? Well, I said I was never going to Guatemala. I’ve always felt called to the mission field, but I was pretty sure (and set on) going to Uganda Africa. I don’t think a day went by without