Our city holds city-wide garage sales twice a year, and my husband and I get so excited.
I am by no means above pre-owned anything. If I can get something in good condition for a great deal, I don’t care if I’m the tenth owner of the item, so garage saling is totally my thing!
This year I got something amazing!!! Continue reading “A Guide to Garage Saling”
Yep, it’s my birthday! 25 years ago, in a Tennessee hospital, I was born! What a blessing these 25 years have been to me – and I hope to other people as well. I am grateful for my friends and family who have walked with me. I am thankful for Jesus, who keeps my heart beating and calls me to greater things. I am thankful for the love of my life and the son we got to hold for a time. And in honor of me turning 25 and being a QUARTER OF A CENTURY old, I decided to share 25 things I’ve discovered about life (in no particular order): Continue reading “25 Lessons in 25 Years: Happy Birthday to Me!!”
Things have changed a lot since I was a kid, and I’m only 24. I can’t imagine how people in their 80s feel, but I suppose that’s how it goes. As I look at all of the technology we have today, I can’t help but feel a bit nostalgic. So, in honor of the nostalgia I am feeling today, I present 12 things I miss about the 90s and early 2000s – aka my childhood – that today’s kids will never know. Continue reading “12 Things Kids Today Won’t Experience”
The title just felt right to me even though the grammar makes me feel like I’m dying a little inside.
I’ve been convicted of a lot of things in the last year (by the Holy Spirit, not the legal system for clarification), and time is one of those things.
If you would ask me what are the 5 most important priorities (things, people, values, etc) in my life I would say the following: Continue reading “Time Don’t Lie”