Monthly Archives: August 2014

Mr. Ted

“You deserve about 20 thank yous.” 🙂 These words were written to Mr. Ted from a special little guy. His family spent the night with us recently (the mom is my prayer partner and one of my besties). Mr. Ted … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Bread

I was busy in the kitchen this morning! I made a special loaf for the husband with lots of toasted almonds and one for me with chocolate ganache! 🙂 I love cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves – spices that make anything … Continue reading

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Privilege

I woke up yesterday feeling like I needed to switch up my morning routine! Instead of my normal breakfast, I drove to a local coffee house and ordered/thoroughly enjoyed a pumpkin muffin (love anything pumpkin!) with an iced chai. Highly … Continue reading

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Girls Night Out

Our church hosted an amazing dinner/music event last night. 200+ women showed up to the party! I’m still full – emotionally, spiritually, and physically. I even got to bring an extra cupcake home to enjoy today. 🙂 The theme of … Continue reading

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Katie Davis

She is 26 years old and already a mother of 13 kiddos (yes, she adopted all 13)! She is from Tennessee and serves as a full time missionary in Uganda. And she is single. WOW. If you want to hear … Continue reading

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Update on My Devotional Time

I mentioned in one of my earlier posts (Sunday, 8/17) that I felt lacking in my daily time with Jesus – distracted about many things (kinda like Martha in the Bible). It’s only been a week, but making two small … Continue reading

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Last Night

We had salmon, fellowship, pineapples, laughter, veggie kabobs, and prayer (the perfect dessert)! 🙂 My dear friend was the hostess with the mostess. She had so much food that it felt like Thanksgiving. 🙂 She even had a name for … Continue reading

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