Guys, I've been a bad blogger these past 6 months.
I could blame it on grad school, my schedule, etc. but the truth is by the time I get to my computer every day... my mind is exhausted and I don't feel like being creative. Instead I feel like eating ice cream, facebooking, and watching Up-All-Night with my handsome husband. Truth. I love that show... and so does the Mister. :)
Anyways, all that to say... I've been bad... and I'm sorry...
So in order to catch you up, I will share a few things with you that have happened this past week:
I made these cuties for one of the Mister's CFA co-worker's future baby. I just LOVE the birdie trend in baby decor. Love it.
Also... I joined a new gym and get to work out with fun Chick Fil A friends.
Lifestyle Family Fitness has rocked my world. I took my first cycling class and ab workout... and I'm well aware of muscles that I've never worked before (let alone knew existed). Unfortunately, I now understand why people wear those padded butt shorts when going to a cycling class. Seriously. Ouch.
What else has happened since I last blogged???
well... I've been a substitute teacher 3 times... and have experienced numerous firsts (lock down included) that I probably shouldn't blog about on the world wide web. So 'nuff said there. All you need to know is that you should probably hug a teacher today. And if you know a sub... give them 2 hugs.
Also since the last time I blogged... Samaritan's Purse's Refugee camp in South Sudan was bombed by the Sudanese government. Please be praying for the SP workers and refugees in this camp! Thus far, all SP workers have been accounted for. For the latest on the camp, keep up with their website or follow Samaritan's Purse on twitter.
I want to leave you with this for encouragement.
But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light. Once you were not a people, but now you are the people of God; once you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy. 1 Peter 2: 9-10