I can only write about my own personal experience and what works for my husband and I. But I hope that through some of these words, you'll find something helpful to bring into your own relationship. The last while has been a season of life that I look back on and say... 'that was … Continue reading Supporting Your Spouse Through Tough Times
My body has let me down for what feels like the thousandth time. I can't even feed my own child. I am constantly fighting off the thoughts of fear / doubt that say I'm not a good enough mother because of all these things. I'm not capable. I can't provide the way I should be able to. I'm not doing enough. BUT THESE ARE SUCH BIG LIES.
Looking back at the timing of things this month, it's actually kind of amazing. As soon as I said I was going to essentially quit social media, I had the most encouragement I've ever had saying to STAY on social media. Keep sharing our story. Keep being real with the world.
I want my world to be surrounded by color and creativity. I'm okayy with mess and sugar. As long as it's things I actually LIKE.
While we have been waiting for a job to happen for Neil, there have been many jobs that seemed like they were 'the one' that haven't panned out. And each time I say "God? What on earth? Why didn't you let this one happen? You know we are struggling!"
Did I sing myself down the isle? Yep. Did I do it without crying? Nope. I have thought about this 1000+ times since that day.
How often do you look at your Facebook feed? Scroll through Instagram? Or check the latest tweet from that celebrity you think is hilarious? Maybe you're obsessed with that news site, that YouTuber or the newest Snapchat filter. I know I am. I love social media. I love reading your updates, following your vacation photos, … Continue reading Shutting Down My Social Media
Today marks 5 years of marriage. 5 years, 3 homes, 2 kids and 1 strong love. As I sit down and write this, many words come to mind to describe the past 5 years, and I have may topics floating around in my brain of things I could write about. I could tell you our … Continue reading 5 Years Married
Today I am reminded to live in light of eternity. Not for today. Be kind to one another friends, we are here for just a moment. May God shower you with His peace this season.
Our new normal looks a whole lot different than our 3 weeks ago normal. But honestly, it's the best normal we've ever known. Thank you Lord for this glorious gift.