Cooking has always been a joy of mine and I believe it's in my blood. My Italian grandmother was always in the kitchen, and sadly, even though I didn't get to meet my father's mother, I've learned she always was, too. (: I'm not the type (yet) that creates my own recipes, but I do [...]
Ahhh, my favorite time of day: coffee. Wait, I mean morning. There's nothing I love more than the smell of coffee in my kitchen as the morning sun seeps into my home. Okay, maybe I love my son WAY more than that, but you get the point. I NEED coffee to love someone WAY MORE [...]
Hi mamas! It was my hope to get this out while pregnant, but better late than never. I feel like that's going to be a common phrase out of my mouth until Dallas goes to college...lol. Here are some products that I couldn't live without during my pregnancy. If you have any questions, feel free [...]
You can shop my favorite picks on my last Nordstrom post, as well as on my LiketoKnowIt at: learnprayteach.
Alright, alright...it's not Christmas time (which, let's be honest - NOTHING can compare), but it is close! It's Nordy's Anniversary Sale, and I miss the days spent with my mom at the mall where we'd get there in the morning, shop, have lunch and maybe a Frulatti, then shop again until I fell asleep. (This was when I was itty bitty.) BUT, we've still managed to find our shopping days up until the quarantine. I miss a mall! Do you?! At least we have online shopping, which brings me to this online sale!
Then I saw “a new heaven and a new earth,”[a] for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and there was no longer any sea. 2 I saw the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride beautifully dressed for her husband. 3 And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, “Look! God’s dwelling place is now among the people, and he will dwell with them. They will be his people, and God himself will be with them and be their God. 4 ‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’[b] or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.”
We finally arrive in St. Lucia at their teensy tiny airport. If Warner Brothers is looking for their next idea for a romantic comedy, THIS SIGHT AT THE AIRPORT IS IT. Everyone, and I mean everyone, is honeymooners or is on some sort of anniversary trip. My bridezilla came out once again (let's call her Sherry) when I noticed that so many brides got married on my SAME wedding day! How could they?? Didn't they get the hint -that was My Day?! We also stuck out like a sore thumb because we decided to dress as individuals that day. Do you know what I saw before me? Thousands upon thousands of dollars from Etsy shops surrounded us, with shirts in white, black (even pink!) that said "Hubby/wifey," "Husband/wife," or some other "cute" saying. I knew husband would have thrown up if I'd given that to him, so I decided to save myself another $100 (as if I had $100 after this wedding) by not purchasing the "Honeymooners at the Airport" uniform.
Well, we've made it to June & it still feels like we're in the twilight zone. Since March, my husband & I have moved cities, BOUGHT A HOUSE, (!!!) and somehow still love each other. Now that quarantine "seems" to be relaxing, even though that's a debatable subject, we are getting out & changing our [...]
Okay, Bachelor fans...this one's for you. (: People that know me well know that I am OBSESSED with all things Bachelor. And, in these trying times full of anxiety and talks of quarantine and "the world ending", I'm writing this because: Might as well partake and enjoy some entertainment when we're all practicing "social distancing" [...]