Tagged with Summer

The Post That Never Ends.

The Post That Never Ends.

It feels a little weird to be blogging again.  I’m definitely out of practice.  I’ve always been told to “write what you know”.  Well right now, what I know, is that there have been quite a few events that I’ve been meaning to blog about since my last post.  This may or may not end … Continue reading

What I’m Loving Wednesday.

What I’m Loving Wednesday.

It’s hard to believe that just 12 years ago, our lives as Americans changed forever. [source] What I’m loving is that people still haven’t forgotten.  I can’t tell you how many posts I’ve read thanking those who have served and are serving our country.  The patriotism I’ve seen in all the social media today is … Continue reading

Labor Day Loving.

Labor Day Loving.

Allow me to put a disclaimer on this post by starting off with the fact that I, am by no means, a “TV person”.  I don’t particularly enjoy it much at all.  There are very few shows that can capture my attention long enough, or that I like enough to “make time” to watch.  Once … Continue reading

The Fabulous Fourth.

The Fabulous Fourth.

Before I get started with all the fun we’ve had over the 4th of July, I’d like to thank all of the men & women who brought us our freedom.  I pray that our country will be God fearing in the future and the our leaders always remember the faith and values that our country … Continue reading

26-Year Celebration.

26-Year Celebration.

I can’t believe I’m married to such an old man! 🙂  Just kidding, honey.  I’m only a year behind you… remember that.  Anyway, this weekend, we got to celebrate Jarid’s 26 years of life with a bunch of wonderful friends and family.  Before I get to that part, though, I’ll share our morning:  Oompa Loompa … Continue reading

Sunglasses Shop

Sunglasses Shop

Sunglasses aren’t typically something I spend a lot of money on.  I’m not a brand snob, and I don’t really care whether my sunglasses cost $5 or $45.  The problem is, I feel like I buy a new pair each summer, because the ones that I typically end up with are cheaply made.  When Mary … Continue reading

Feel The Burn.

Feel The Burn.

Friday during my lunch break, I ran over to Ann Taylor Loft, because I heard they were having a ginormous sale and snatched up these two gems The white Eyelet Swiss Dot Cotton Tee (originally $49.50) and the Textured Button Shoulder Sweater (originally $59.50) came to a total of $28.00 in yard-sale money.  I happily … Continue reading