Haven’t been to faith center in while since of end of July time actually. I still love this church family and have grown up on this church and have seen many changes of Thai church and been loving and blessed to be there as an good time there.
As my mom is moving and she coming back in months and every 4 or 6 weeks! I’m gonna be missing her if I come to this church because she isn’t home.
I will be loved on by the cooper family that they’ve been with me since I was youngest thing ever. We’re like siblings togetherness with them lol.
Everything seems really hard and knowing my mom is leaving really soon to. It’s one of those times have to be okay with this season or causes of changes to. Spend the more time with mom before she goes and having more time this month before she leaves day after Christmas time.
The movers are getting all the things and drive there on the 19th and everything is about to be realistically done by reality is coming soon. This Friday December 14 and on are moving everything out of the house and then they’re gonna be making were they stay at with the big day. Have work that day 1-10 it’ll be good to get busy and about to really gonna get me by the day after 26 and it’s gonna be hard time because I’m starting to be helping out again with Apantaó #166 retreat and it’s gonna be good be all good to be around Apantaó family all weekend long.. “May mercy, peace, and love be multiplied to you.”
Jude 1:2 ESV
The look on my face when Fedex, UPS, + USPS all leave packages on my porch in the same day. At least this time of year I have a good excuse...CHRISTMAS SHOPPING!
As an expecting mama with three little ones already, the most convenient way for me to do my shopping is online. How do you prefer to check those names off your list - online or in-store??
Did I mention this Christmas tree we got yesterday is my first real tree? This is why I was a little emotional about it. Having a fake tree growing up never bothered me but I’ve just always dreamed of the day I could go pick out a real tree with my own family. It’s in this that I am so greatful. Greatful for my sweet family that God has blessed me with. And thankful for my amazing husband always making my hopes and dreams happen to the best of his ability. .
Willow helped me hang our dried orange garland that I finally got around to making. I had a lot of people ask how I made it, so I will post about it in the next few days. Stay tuned! ☺️
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas 🎄 Hey guys! It’s me...haven’t posted much about me on here lately because my photography page has been keeping me busy but a few things about myself...1) I love the holiday season 2) I met my fiancée in New York almost three years ago 3) We will be marrying in May and 4) My favorite holiday tradition is helping my mom make tamales while listening to Feliz Navidad...
Now tell me below what your favorite holiday tradition is 🤗 ps if you follow my photography page @sandyblancophoto this picture may or may not show up there as well!
Had a busy couple of days over here.
Had a friend over to do a pressie swap. Now Sean won’t stop asking to open the present under the tree 🤦🏻♀️ might have to hide it.
We’ve decorated some brown paper to use as wrapping paper for a few presents. I’ve got more coming and I’ll do some for the boys I think, since they like me drawing so much 😂
I was out last night with a few mums from school. Second week in a row! 😱 that me done until next year 😉
It was a good night, totally knackered today though.
And we went to light switch on this afternoon. There was a bunch of activities on at the different shops and pubs on the high street. The boys loved it. Actually so did I! Just seeing everyone out and joining in is great.
Then Santa came along on his sleigh much to the boys delight.
Can’t believe that’s the weekend over though and we are in to another week!
Really need to sit down and see what else I need to sort for Christmas.
Hope everyone else had a lovely weekend whatever they got up to 😘
When I want to get inspiration in my life I search for some positive inspiring quotes, read inspiring books, watch inspiring videos, listen to podcasts, talk to a person who understands me & share my thoughts with him/her,…..and so much…so my friends, my question to you, is WHO inspires you? ✨💗💫
Como dicen, el dolor es el dolor más satisfactorio. ¿Has entrenado hoy?
Repost de @iamthelibster
Como dicen, el dolor es el dolor más satisfactorio. ¿Has entrenado hoy?
Repost de @iamthelibster
We still can’t quite believe that we have a shop right here in @coaldropsyard. It’s not that long ago since we started our business, just four years ago. The first Christmas we were so enthusiastic that we asked the guys at @netilmarket to leave a market stall up for us for a Sunday. The market was closed, but we brought half of our living room to create a mini world and set up camp in the freezing cold. We can’t quite remember who bought from us that day but the few people who did really helped us. As it was that day that gave us the confidence to say yes to taking a shipping container as a permanent space. The year after we began trading at Christmas fairs and markets becoming ‘dual site’ with our container shop. By last year we had opened #BondsHackney , and we did so many events maximising our exposure and now this year we’ve just opened our second store in this wonderful development. We have worked so hard to get to this point. No investors, no family money just working 24/7 (quite literally), to build our future. So today We overheard customers talking about how our stores were their favourite places, it was honestly the nicest feeling in the world. To think hat we have created somewhere that people visit and like is so tangible. Thanks to everyone who came to shop with us here at Coal Drops, in Hackney at our store and Open Studio, and at the @googlepixel #curiosityrooms in Piccadilly. Let’s see where this confidence boost takes us next year! // #earlofeastlondon#workwonders#bondskingscross
So, I may have found a new church home today! One of my favorite parts (there were many) was watching little kids dance and sing at the front. I’ve never seen a church do this before, but it was so sweet. And this song was sung over every troubled soul today and it was beautiful... Peace, bring it all to peace
The storm surrounding me
Let it break at Your name
Still, call the sea to still
The rage in me to still
Every wave at Your name
Jesus, Jesus, You make the darkness tremble
Jesus, Jesus, You silence fear
COMMUNITY OVER COMPETITION ✨ I had such a fun morning at our Bmore Bloggers Brunch 💕 We spent the morning at @theoregongrille sharing knowledge + tips with one another over bottomless mimosas 🥂 I feel so blessed to be a part of an incredible community of women + cant wait to see what 2019 brings us! | Shop my daily looks by following me on the LIKEtoKNOW.it app http://liketk.it/2yJmd #liketkit @liketoknow.it
The Italian job.
[All photographs are memento mori. To take a photograph is to participate in another person’s (or thing’s) mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time’s relentless melt]
It is as though I took this photo yesterday.
I remember waking up early to explore Florence still sleepy, still wrapped around in a refreshing morning air amidst of a heatwave, drowned in a golden hues of a sunrise light, immersed in the sounds of leisurely but purposeful up tempo of an early ritual as the city woke, the opening of doors and shutters, the gentle staccato of steps on cobblestones, the hushed music of Gaggia, prepping the morning brew.
I stood across the street drinking deliciously bitter espresso and trying to take the quite theatre of a somnolent still city in ,as I took my camera out, snapped one photo and this very photo will forever transport me back to Florence at 6 am, the intoxicating olfactory heaven of Italian coffee mixed with tobacco and leather, the quietude of grandeur at dusk, the heady feeling of being drunk on a beautiful moment. .
Photography. Indeed the testament to time’s relentless melt.
P.S.: if you ever find yourself famished by the beauty of Ufizzi the otherworldly panino of @allanticovinaiofirenze will satisfy the most exquisite of palette
Disappointing Products Part II.
I was sent these travel-size Sorbet haircare products some time ago and, even though I've only used them a handful of times, I can already say I'm not a fan. Like I mentioned in my previous disappointing products post, the dry shampoo is not effective - it did not absorb oil and it left a weird residue on my hair.
The shampoo and conditioner did not lather well and, after using these products, my hair felt hard and straw-like. They left my hair feeling so dry that I'd have to slather on hair serums and oils to counteract the dryness. I wouldn't recommend these products.
Have you tried any Sorbet haircare products? Was your experience any better? Comment down below!
(From the blog) — For a moment, I decided to go all out even though….even though “why would I?” “what’s this gonna matter?” ”people might judge my dancing abilities”, “why should I?”
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I was recently sent this Derma Hydrate Gentle Cleansing Bar from RubyBox Beauty and I've been using it for the past month. I personally do not use soap on my face because they tend to dry out my skin. Instead, I used this on my body. It's a gentle soap that lathers well and, because it has some texture to it, the soap midly exfoliates the skin. After use, my skin feels cleansed and soft. I'm quite intrigued by this new brand so I'll definitely be popping into Clicks to check out their range.
Have you tried any Derma Hydrate products? Comment down below!