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Monthly Archives: July 2015

Ruthie’s New Friend…

When a lil’ girl visits Geogia… and the Catalpa Tree in her Papa’s front yard is covered in caterpillers… it’s only natural to pick one off! And let him climb… And climb… Okay! That’s ENOUGH climbing!    

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Costa Rica (…the FUN part!)

I wrote about the BEACH-part of our 14-year anniversary trip HERE.  But, there was actually an entirely different experience waiting for us just 5 hours away that was JUST as spectacular! We rented a tiny, manual car and started our long drive to ‘Arenal Volcano’. Curvy, dirt roads… No street signs… No GPS… No English-speaking […]

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Costa Rica

I had only told her a few details about my anniversary trip when my sister sighs and says, “I’m sooo jealous.”  But, I understood.  I’ve also be guilty of allowing other people’s pictures and stories to steal my own joy when I start comparing my life to theirs.  So, I thought… BEFORE I start posting […]

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BE: Kids

I love meeting passionate people.  Since moving to a new area, I’ve gotten to meet a mom who is passionate about eating clean, a couple passionate about rescuing dogs and a friend passionate about her business. Although all of those things are great, God (lovingly and intentionally) put another person in my life who is […]

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Nature Photos {FREE downloads!}

As I’ve written about before HERE or HERE or HERE, I’m kind-of bad at decorating because I don’t like spending money on furnishings that, I fear, I might get tired of.  BUT, if you’ve been to my house, you’ve seen what I DO feel {very} comfortable putting everywhere–  PICTURES! I’ve had a few people ask […]

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Our Favorite Place To Be…

A year ago, Matthew and I pulled out of our church parking lot on Mother’s Day and started our 11 hour drive to NW Arkansas.  We knew we only had a few hours the next morning to find a house (before we spent the rest of the day driving back to Georgia). And within a […]

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