For those of you who know me, you know that I don’t emote well. That is, I am a fairly even-keeled woman. Not much ruffles my feathers, and I am not prone to bouts of any emotion: anger, joy, distress, happiness, sadness, excitement, worry, etc. But I am in the middle of a wild transition …
Phew! I just turned in my final grades for my final semester of online teaching. Saying goodbye to teaching is somewhat bittersweet — goodbyes always are — but I am so excited to see what God has next for me and my little family. I have had a somewhat steady influx of freelance editing and …
Love me an organized spice cabinet. // via Instagram http://instagram.com/p/XcnXvhDSpb/
Breakfast tastes the best after a blood work fast. // via Instagram http://instagram.com/p/XZ3ZBzDSkV/
Someone’s been taking pictures in my phone again. Also, this is an #ifttt test. // via Instagram http://instagram.com/p/XXkNfkDSk6/
Thankful that I have billable work to do and that I have a few hours to do it while E is at school. Still not sure what’s going to make the cut today.
Thick, wavy hair is a blessing and a curse, am I right? I have struggled to style it my entire life; it’s more straight in the front and more curly in the back. I most often refer to my hair as “naturally weird.”