So today is July 31st. The last day of this month. I am fully aware that I haven't posted in nearly a week. I had planned great things! Photo shoots with my little, tutorials, recipes, and if I was lucky, more rainy day rambles. I wanted so badly to go out with a bang! To end … Continue reading Day thirty one
In the last few years I've eurged myself to collecting moments instead of items. Flares of value that steal my breath and capture my being. While doing this month's challenge, I've noticed myself recognizing the abundance of beauty surrounding me. | moment. waking up, in a familiar daze between reality and dream. The … Continue reading day twenty five // random valuables
Goodness me. Its such an adventure being married to a magic man. I just adore "plain ol'" evenings with this Curly headed greatness. Not much to report, but man does it mean everything to me. And I guess that's what brings genuine value. I wouldn't trade even the occasional spat with him, for anything in … Continue reading Day 24
Today I shall introduce to you my little baby succulents! I adore every type of succulent plants. I own quite a variety as well. My first of which I named Sprightly. Now I have way too many to name each. About a month ago I didn't think Sprightly was going to make it, so I … Continue reading Day twenty three
Currently obsessed with two songs. One of which I received free from the Starbucks app. Never Stop by Safetysuit Flagship by Jason Isbell (free from app) Check them out. Or don't. 🙂 Love, a dreamer.
Short and sweet, You guys should check out my Sissy's blog. She writes letters to her unborn babies and her life as a newlywed. The Havenlet Have a good evening, I'm off to play cards and binge on cookies with Curly! Love, a dreamer.
I'm going to be honest. And raw. And real. I talk of living life fully, dreaming big, and loving fiercely. And I do. Or I try. But it gets very difficult. I'm a chronic worry wart. I easily get down over sin, or failure, or disappointing someone, or not being able to fix the broken souls … Continue reading day twenty // thoughts