Whoa… I feel like a broken record for saying this every year, but seriously, where has the time gone? I had so many ideas and good intentions for more blog posts, but I blinked and now it’s the New Year. This past year was a rollercoaster that never slowed down for Jake and me, so instead of New Year’s resolutions or 2019 goals, today I … Continue reading Hello, 2019.
Fall is officially upon us in KC! For all my Georgia peeps – that’s the season between summer and winter. Yes, in fact, there is actually supposed to be a transition between those two. Who knew?? But while I am absolutely loving it, I have to admit I’ve all ready had to break out my space heater. I might be in a little trouble this … Continue reading Summertime in KC
Another year older, and yes I’d definitely say another year wiser. I’ve been reflecting on the past year and WOW has it been a crazy one. I wholeheartedly agree with the words of Luke Bryan that “the days go slow and the years go fast.” But that’s the thing about getting older; you don’t realize how fast time is flying by until you stop and … Continue reading Twenty-Four
It’s been a while since I’ve written a blog post, but I have some major news… We’ve moved!! This South Georgia couple will be living in the Midwest for at least the next three years, as we are now proud residents of the Sunflower State – Kansas, USA. This was a HUGE move for us, (especially for Jake who has never lived outside of the … Continue reading A New Adventure
To some, being married at 22 is an absolute horror. They couldn’t imagine having their “freedom” taken away at such a young age. They haven’t had enough life experiences or met enough people. No, I admit, it’s not for everyone. Many still have a lot of growing up to do and simply have not met the right person to spend the rest of their lives … Continue reading Young & Married
I have always been a worrier. When I was little it was so bad that I would give myself stomach ulcers. Now I think about what a kid could possibly have to worry about? It can be the smallest most inconsequential thing, yet I will worry about it for absolutely no reason. It feels like you’re in this never-ending battle against life. So what does … Continue reading live more, worry less
Let’s take a trip back to graduation in May of 2016. I was constantly searching for a job in the area, and probably applied to more than fifty. I was getting the same responses, “sorry you don’t quite fit our qualifications” or “we’re looking for someone with a little more experience.” Suddenly the horror story I’d hear of the percentage of college graduates that are … Continue reading What Now?