Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Year 33 - Week 52

I'm going to make it.

So this was the last week in my early thirties. Because 34 is officially the mid's. You are welcome, to any of you who were confused about age delineations.

I'm thankful for another year of life and for what the Lord has taught my about life, people, surrender, and trusting Him even more.

Week of October 27- November 3, 2015.


Day 1 - Talking with this girl. Sheesh - I miss her. 
Get yourself back here, Roo! 


Day 2 - So I started going to Purre Barre with Julia. 
Butt-kicking. 
Reg joined us for a few weeks, which was a blast. We may have burned more calories laughing, but oh so fun! 


Day 3 - Y'all, this cookbook. 
Totally challenging me to use new ingredients and it is greatness for cooking in a counter-top oven with limited space. So fun. 



Day 4 - It's coming! 
This is a big deal in Texas. We love us our Blue Bell. 


Day 5 - Went to Margaret in a play with Sucy. 
We laughed at walking around the entire building to find the entrance and we froze to death. Literally so cold we moved during intermission and tested out seats to find a warmer place. 


Day 6 - Sweet Sucy hosted a birthday celebration for me with some of my sweet people. 
Look at those two cuties. I sure do love them. 


This lady - love that she is here in Dallas and getting to know her! 
(And she is getting married like now!)


Thanks, Kamela, for bringing such a beautiful and delicious cake! 


This lady - so thankful for her and laughter and growth and how the Lord put our lives across each others' paths. 


And this friend. Here we are 13 years later, better friends now than we were in college. 


And Julia - how did we not get a photo together?? So thankful you came too. 
This was such a fun night with dear people. 
It's been a cool year! 


So here is to year 34 and all the Lord has in store. 
May it be a new one of learning, trust, new passion for Jesus, and hope in what He is doing. 

Thankful for the journey of life. For His glory. 







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