Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Currently...


I stumbled on a link-up, and it felt like just the thing to do!




Cooking: Let’s be real…I want to be better at cooking. Not that I’m bad, exactly, I just don’t even try! Everything just requires so many ingredients…However, I am eager to try this recipe on my own! Carrie made it for small group this past Sunday, and it was awesome.


Reading: I have started and not finished so many books in the past year. Seriously. I should be ashamed. I just started I Am Malala last night, but it’s due back to the library tomorrow. Now I’m in the limbo where I decided whether I actually want to read it right now or not! I’m not much of a non-fiction reader, unless it’s a celeb’s auto-biography, but I’m trying to branch out. (Let’s be friends on Goodreads!)
 


Wearing: An old black dress, a green cardigan, and sandals from Target several summers ago. And a bunny necklace – I got the chain and charm from Hobby Lobby a year or two ago and fashioned them together. Obsessed.



Loving: My husband and what God is showing us. (That sounds super profound. He’s showing us little things right now – like that we can and should trust Him more.) The view from my office is still wowing me. Spring and summer weather are doing the tango, and I like it!







Anticipating: The weekend! As long as all the logistics are in order, Jordan will be graduating on Saturday! I could not be more proud of him.
 


Be sure to check out Jenna and Anne, the hosts of this super fun link-up!

Have an amazing afternoon!
Love!

P.S. Check out my first post on Mississippi Women Bloggers!

11 comments:

  1. I have so many sandals from Target from so long ago, that are still holding up. Actually, I'm wearing them now! Your bunny necklace sounds cute!!

    Thanks so much for linking up with us!

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  2. Posts like this are so much fun! And I absolutely love your words on the Mississippi Women Bloggers page. So much to think about. Just lovely.

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  3. That recipe does sound easy and tasty - I like as few ingredients as possible too. Thanks for linking up!

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  4. I loooove Mexican rice! I like recipes with only a few ingredients, too. Congrats on your Mississippi Women's Blogger's post!

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  5. i've never even thought to make my own mexican rice, but it's always so good when i get it at a mexican restaurant. congrats jordan graduating! that's a huge accomplishment! (i'm new to your blog so i am assuming he is your husband? haha.) happy friday!

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    1. Yes ma'am! He's my sweet husband. It's been a long time coming, but we're so happy that graduation is finally here!!

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  6. I know what you mean about too many ingredients. I always feel guilty that I don't like cooking more than I do. But really, the fewer ingredients needed, the more enjoyable it is! It's almost like a game to see how simple I can make it. ;)

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