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a few favorites of late

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Eating lots of watermelon and peaches. Summer fruit is the bestttttt.

My sister told me about Quantico, so J and I watch a few episodes a week, and it’s suspenseful with a cool, crazy story line.

Discovered a new series about women in the Bible: The Esther Anointing.

“The refining of our characters is very essential to God’s plan for our lives. God cannot use a proud woman (or man). Being taken through a preparation process presses and purges out impurities of the heart and spirit, such as pride, rebellion, selfishness, and bitterness, so that we can be pliable in the hands of the Lord to follow His lead to fulfill our purposes. We can’t be an effective vessel with baggage weighing on us, effecting our ability to hear and obey God.”

Came across a new podcast called Feathers. Fun and refreshing. And The Last Battle for my work commute, of course. Also, with my niece and nephews around, it’s been a lot of jamming to Hillsong Young & Free. :)

Had dinner with a new couple visiting our church and hit it off super well. Really like it when that happens. 

Leaning into Father no matter your feelings, circumstances, or clarity. He is present, He is good, and oftentimes I have to preach to myself Truth, so that I don’t believe a lie.

I want to go home and make this salad recipe right now. (pictured)

crushing on

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I, like possibly every other person in south Georgia, is more than ready for leaves to change and temperatures to drop.

Here’s a handful of cool things I found this week:

6 principles healthy women practice

Refresh your exercise time with a mini exercise ball – who knew?

Lindsay Letters … just because I love her stuff.

You say peanut butter, and I’m instantly sold.

Tomato feta salad. Two of my favorite ingredients.

This quote: “We will find, at the end of our lives, we have wasted it if we have treated God as marginal instead of central.” John Piper