It’s strawberry season in Georgia and there’s nothing better than some farm-fresh berries! Yesterday, I discovered that our favorite local orchard had a Roadside Market pickup option and I jumped on it! I grabbed a flat of freshly picked strawberries for just $20! I would’ve easily paid $4-5 for a pound at the grocery store […]

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Homemade Strawberry Bread

“Get me, mama!” The pitter patter of sweet little feet has grown into the thundering stomps of a rambunctious six year old daring me and his daddy to try to catch him as he races down the long hall, around the kitchen island, and into the living room. Did I mention it’s usually accompanied by […]

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// chase //

“Maybe God is just showing me that I need to cling to what He’s shown me – what He’s called me to – and just OWN it. What if He’s just waiting on my obedience?” Even hearing the words come out of my mouth made me feel determined and anxious all at once. Sometimes the […]

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// oreos & obedience //

I have a confession… I’m not perfect. I know, it’s probably super shocking, right? *insert eye roll emoji here* You see, I’ve always been somewhat of a perfectionist. The first time I really knew that label applied to me was in 4th or 5th grade, when we had to write our standard info at the […]

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// imperfection //

It was a humid, mid-summer day in the South. I can remember it like it was yesterday and not 30-ish years ago: I was maybe about 8 or 9 years old and I remember standing on the high dive at the local public pool. I had watched other kids jump – seemingly fearlessly – off […]

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// diving in //

As my girl, Lara Casey, says, “There isn’t anything magical about January 1st.” And I believe it. I do. But… There is something a little wild about going to bed in one year and waking up in a new one. It’s like a boost of momentum and determination without even trying…just waking up and thinking, […]

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// fresh start //

We had just moved in to our new house and, other than getting some decorating done and making our space cozy, one of the first things I wanted to do was practice hospitality and invite some people over. The big kitchen opens into the dining room and is connected to a large living room by […]

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Cultivating Community in 2020

Ain’t no time like summertime to tackle some good books! In fact, I’m willing to bet you’ve got at least one or two just sitting on your bookshelf, nightstand, coffee table, or in your Amazon cart just waiting for you to remember they’re there. I’ve confessed it before and I’ll do it again: I’m a […]

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10 Reads For An Intentional Summer

I’ve never considered myself to be very smart when it comes to theology or theological concepts. It takes me a little while to grasp the deeper teachings and concepts – especially when it’s taught or presented in a way that’s straight-forward, practical, and bland. However, when the same information is presented as a story, now […]

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Easter Changes Everything

Seriously, though. If it’s possible, the title of this post is true…and I’m not too embarrassed about it. Well, maybe a little…but that’s okay.   If you read my previous post, you know that my husband and I recently celebrated 10 years of marriage. I keep telling him it’s been the best 10 years of […]

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