…i want this to be true of our home. perfect doesn’t mean everything looks put together and always in it’s place. it means that Christ is the center and we are living out the gospel authentically.
i want our kids to experience this type of home. i want their friends to experience this. my flesh will not do this naturally.
but i’m thankful that i am loved by a father who is always patient with me and gently brings me back to him.
well, it’s official. i’m in my mid twenties. yuck. i guess saying 25 is less downhill sounding.
i can’t believe i’m 25 years old. i feel like i just had my 21st birthday. i am definitely now into my twenties and quickly on my way to 30. i hope time slows down. on the up and up, my family came in town to celebrate with Scott and I and it was really fun to have them here. i always love having them here, but it’s even more special when it’s for a celebration! we went to koolz beanz for dinner and it was delish, as always. after dinner, scott had people waiting for us at chez pierre (just a short walk away) and we had cupcakes from lucy and leo’s and coffee and just enjoyed hanging out on their deck outside. it was a perfect evening! scott knows how to make me feel special and loved!
so far, 25 is turning out to be great. also, i’ve taken up spinning. have you done it before? it’s kind of addicting. i’ve done it everyday since last tuesday and it gets your energy up like nothing else i’ve tried! you should try it if you haven’t.
how was your weekend? hopefully great.
**shout out to my mother-in-law…today is her birthday! we love you!**
this is my hubs. with his nanny and paw paw. he was just a wee little boy (obviously) but isn’t he so cute?? you should see his other baby pictures. whew, so cute. i can’t wait to see what ours look like! maybe i’ll find a baby picture of me and we’ll put them side by side and vote on who’s cuter he may win…