Hello, and welcome to my blog!
Instead of writing some long drawn out paragraph sharing the intricacies of my life and trying to get you to like me in a span of about 3 minutes (since we all know you wouldn’t read the whole thing anyway), I’m going to use bullet points. Everybody likes bullet points!
- First, I am a daughter. I’ve been adopted into the family of Heaven with God as my Father. This is the foundation of who I am.
- I am a wife to my husband, Eric.
- I am a mother to my 2 year old daughter, Elsie.
- I am 25 years young, but my memory is 80. Mom brain is a real thing everybody.
- I’m a stay-at-home-mom and I love everything about it. I’m not cut out for the 9-5 office thing. But I’ll do the 24/7 mom thing since I can pretty much eat whenever I want.
- I’m from the flattest place on earth, Kansas. Yes, I’ve seen a tornado. I’m fluent in “ope”. KU > KState. Our sunsets are better than anywhere else.
- I love THE church, and I love my church! I volunteer as staff at our Wednesday night youth group, and I am apart of the worship team on Sundays. If you don’t have a “home” church, find one, get rooted, and start serving! Everything we do is for the Kingdom of God.
- I’m passionate about natural living and clean eating, but I’m also not a crazy person about it. I’m gonna eat that Oreo.
- I always told myself that I would never in my life be that girl that has a blog, but here I am.
- I’m one of those crunchy hippie moms that uses essential oils (yes, they actually work, don’t @ me).
- I’ve recently started getting into writing poetry. I’ve never been good at verbally expressing my heart, but give me a pen and paper and it all just starts to flow.
- I’m a lover of memes. The danker the better. (If you don’t meme, you won’t understand.)
- Song: “Be Still” by Steffany Gretzinger. I have many “favorites”, but I always come back to this one.
- Movie: Aladdin. Disney got it right with this one.
- Food: Our homemade Paleo buffalo wings. They’re annointed.
- Activity: Literally anything outside. I spend my winters in mourning waiting for the temperature to be something other than cold.
- Drink: White Tea. Quality tea changes a person.