Happy New Year! I am indeed still alive, and trying to get back to writing regularly again. I enjoy writing so much, but my writing muscles have weakened some over the past year from neglect. I either haven’t had the time, or I haven’t had the brain strength (#mombrain). For me writing is a bit … More I’m Still Alive…Happy 2019!
Wow, how are we already in September?! Here are some of my favorite pictures (in a very random order) from June, July, and August. As I sit here and go back through them, I am just so very thankful for this little family of mine that God has blessed me with, and for all of … More Life Lately: June to August
Bet you didn’t know I have a long board (it’s a kind of skate board), and I LOVE to ride it with my husband. I know, I would be surprised if I knew me too. 😉 Growing up with a bunch of brothers, I had many opportunities to experience and enjoy skateboarding and long boarding. … More Longboarding
Another lovely Friday is upon us! This week we celebrated our 3rd wedding anniversary with a little trip to Cincinnati. We had to leave after Nate got off work, so we only had a little over a whole day together, but I loved it nonetheless. Adventuring with my man will always be my favorite, so … More Friday Favorites 5.26.17
When I found out we were headed to Michigan for my brother’s wedding, I googled how far it was from The Found Cottage. When I saw it was only about 20 minutes away from where we’d be, I got so excited and started planning a visit there. The Found Cottage is a lovely shop owned … More Visiting the Found Cottage
I promised I would post about our trip up north for my little bro’s wedding, so here goes! Nate and I traveled to Grand Rapids, MI, last week for the wedding of my brother Trev. I got the privilege of being a bridesmaid in the wedding, and Nate was an usher (the most handsome usher … More Our Michigan Adventure
This week marks the beginning of yet another semester of seminary for Nate (in case you didn’t know, Nate is working on his MDiv in Christian Ministry from Southern Seminary. He hopes to graduate in 2018 and then pastor somewhere). So I thought it would be fun to start a series of blog posts called … More Mee Seminary Life: New Semester Emotions
We all need to take a break from life and rest sometimes. To get away to recharge and refocus because life has been wearing us thin. One of my favorite ways to do this is travel somewhere and disconnect from everything. Back around Thanksgiving time, Nate and I decided we needed to plan a little … More Our Getaway in the KY Woods