Hello, sweet readers!
Can you believe that it is already June?
Our last month was full of good things: kissing sweet nephews, visiting with family (on all sides!), early morning coffee visits with my mom, special date days together, essential oil fun, meeting new friends and celebrating birthdays with loved ones.
I felt like I was growing more into an adult woman when I (one) invested in a good pair of shoes (not my traditional Target spree :), (two) started pursuing small but meaningful steps to healthy living and pre-pregnancy health, (three) volunteered at a church function … while not really knowing anyone, (four) went to a neighbor’s bbq all by myself as hubby was hard at work (not something this shy introvert normally does ;), (five) wrote an article on the Duggar family’s recent events (I normally stay away from controversial subjects), (six) made big, grownup decisions that involved saying some no’s, a lot of yes’s and working with a busy schedule. Overall, I feel a little more woman-ly … which seems to be a funny thing for a twenty-five year old to say.
My most favorite thing this month?
Ah! If you haven’t seen this series but love all things quirky, romantic, old-fashioned and wholesome please check hop on Netflix and enjoy!
The lovely, original story (filled with Christian values) has me falling in love with Elizabeth Thatcher, her students, miner towns and all things homey. I mean, I’ve been lighting candles, baking, and wearing aprons far more then usual (although, guilty, I do do those things … a lot).
It is the epitome of all that I am and have been. Each sentence describes the feelings I have been unable to phrase since I began dating Dalton, became engaged, married and now try to live the grown-up life with my beloved (which is such a special treat, ya’ll).
Do read this.
If you are one of my fellow awkward, change-dreading readers (like myself) who has found the adjustment into adulthood crazy enjoy knowing that you are not alone and someone has put all your thoughts into well-formed paragraphs and that it is okay to feel the way you do.
These works-of-wonder just came out of the oven and I am practicing the greatest restraint not eating more. They are simply delicious and for being gluten-free, eggless, dairy-free and refined sugar free they are divine.
With love, coffee and a muffin in hand,