*Note to readers: I wrote this up a while ago, but never got around to posting it. After stumbling upon it, I had to post….better late than never, right? It’s been whole two (now SIX) months since Derek and I tied the knot. Every time I catch myself daydreaming about that day (which is a … Continue reading WEDDING MEMORIES.
Yes, yes, I know. It has been a while since I’ve made a post. But it’s time! The past two weekends are definitely something to write about. On two separate occasions, I was able to have normally separate areas of my life…collide. Let me explain:
My college career has come to an end. Dunzo. Complete. Finished. Over. Concluded. Accomplished. Done. (I guess if I didn’t learn anything else, I at least became a very skilled synonym generator!)
November is a month when we put a special focus on giving thanks. And boy, do I have so much to be thankful for:
September is almost over and I haven’t blogged…not even once! I’ve only got a few hours left before the end of the month, so I better go quick! Here is a recap on Joeli’s September.
Some exciting news before I dive into the Summer Recaps Ft. Alaina. (Drumroll please…!)
Last week my family set out on a mini vacation to Northern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. We visited this neck of the woods about 6 years ago and absolutely loved it. So, we decided we must go again! My dad mapped it all out and found the most beautiful landmarks to stop and … Continue reading Northern Adventure
(Read Part 1 first!) Unaware to me, this trip was not justtt because Laina did so well at her appointments, or justtt because it was a beautiful day — although both good reasons. But it was also to get me out of Waupun.
It has been one week since one of the most memorable days of my life. I’ve been meaning to sit down and type this out so I don’t forget a thing! Let me tell you all about just how wonderful it was:
Fathers Day, 2015 Top 5 things about Dad: 1. Christ-like. This one is #1 for a reason. He has influenced and helped guide my family towards serving God. His desire to follow the Lord and train up children in God’s way is evident in his day-to-day activities.