I have always loved cameras and photos, even as a kid. I remember my mom let me have the responsibility of taking pictures of my brother's Kindergarten graduation and I was so excited that I accidentally used the entire roll on just the ceremony. My mom was so upset at how much film I wasted! I always poured over the albums of pictures as a kid making connections from names to faces of relatives I had never met. I loved it when my parents would let me get a disposable camera...Read More
Oh. My. Gosh. Y'all! IT'S MAY 31st!! This month just FLEW by! I know, I know, I say that EVERY month! But it is so true!
Usually, with these posts, I've tried to break things up into categories, like events and then favorite shows, books, podcasts, and blog posts I've stumbled on in the month. However, we had so much going on this month, I'm changing it up a little and here's a little bit of "a glimpse in the life."
We kicked off May with not just one, but TWO...Read More
Let's Be Real by Natasha Bure is a fun read on being authentic in all aspects of life for teen girls. She talks about friendships, faith, family, health, friendships, beauty and being true to who you are. Natasha down-to-earth voice resonates throughout her book and you truly feel like she is talking to a girlfriend or a younger sister. Natasha gives some great advice and shares some fun stories of her experience growing up and finding herself.
You must be thinking... wait a second, Kayc, you're not a teenager. Why in the world did you read this book geared for teen girls?Read More
I completely missed March, but dang, April started off with my husband getting bronchitis, then I caught it, and then Elli caught the sniffles & cold. Thankfully, we are all past that and ready for MAY! And in our family, May means birthdays (AHEM MINE *Happy Dance*), graduations, anniversaries, so party hardy! Before jumping into May festivities... so many fun things happened in March and April, so I just have to share! And, I realized that I didn't take that many pictures! *Note to self: take more pictures!Read More
Totally honest post here. I have always been horrible at keeping up with my personal devotions. I grew up in a Christian home and my parents always read us (or had us read, as we got older) a chapter from the Bible each night, or we would do the Daily Bread devotionals, so I always justified that was good enough for me. My youth directors at church really tried to encourage us to do devotions daily, but it was hard to stay accountable. I learned pretty quickly that I could answer all the questions in the booklets on the 5-minute ride over to church, so I really never got into the meat of the Word, if ya know what I mean. I even went to a Christian school, where they encouraged us to get in the Bible, but I figured I was pretty good on my Bible, between school, home, and church, so, what did it matter?Read More