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I can recall house hunting and touring what would become our home. The market was crazy competitive. We had placed a few offers on what we thought were the “perfect homes” for us. Each of those offers were declined, one after the next, likely won by the highest, most bullish buyer willing to waive every […]Read More Pantry Love: Functional Food for Thought
Thankful. Grateful. Blessed.Read More A Hope and a Future
I can still hear the worship flowing down the mountainside as we made the journey up to the highest point in Cabaret. Vision Church representing the city on a hill that could not be hidden. The vibrancy of the worship rings in my head as if I’m still there. A joyful expression of love and […]Read More Sunday: A Mother’s Heart
We arrived in Haiti full of anticipation, taking in each sight and sound. Off the plane smoke billowed in the distance. I thought for sure there was a house fire and instead learned they were burning trash. Upon moving through customs we experienced an aggressive baggage carousel where citizens literally peeled your bag from your […]Read More Saturday: Extraordinarily Ordinary.
About a week before we headed off to Haiti we began to experience great stress and challenges within our household. It became very clear to me that as a family we were under attack. The Enemy knew we were drawing closer to God and about to embark on a journey intended to make ourselves smaller […]Read More Turbulence
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Today is our fifth wedding anniversary. It literally seems like yesterday we were planning our big day. The memory of our wedding day plays over and over in my mind. A day of epic joy. Overflowing excitement. Fruition. I could relive this day over and over. Best. Day. Ever. And then life happens. Oh life. […]Read More This is Life.
Later this month we will be celebrating our fifth wedding anniversary. When we look back at the first five years as a married couple it has been filled with immeasurable joy and countless accomplishments. Welcoming two babies into our family, watching Ethan become an awesome big brother, home ownership, the advancement in our careers. Undoubtably, […]Read More Off to Haiti!
Last week I text Andrew midday with a simple message… “no plans next weekend, let’s get away”. And that was that. He took the wheel, booked us a hotel, and took a half day on Friday to pack up the car and ship the pup to the kennel. We adventured up to North Conway with […]Read More On a Whim