So after Jamie Ivey had the authors of From Freezer to Table: 75+ Simple, Whole Foods Recipes for Gathering, Cooking, and Sharing on her show, I decided I had to order myself the book for Christmas. It arrived and I could not be more excited. These recipes are made with fresh ingredients and aren’t the typical … Continue reading My New Favorite Cookbook
(As usual, if you decide to order, do me a favor and use the links here and I get a tiny cut for referring you!) Because I am the most spoiled niece on the planet, I am now joining the Instapot (or Instant Pot…Don’t know the terminology) craze! My Aunt Elaine sent me this beauty … Continue reading My Instapot!
I have been working on my 2018 goals for a couple of weeks and I have struggled. I wanted to find a balance between realistic yet challenging. Fun and important. And given my track record when I do a list of a ton of random ideas over the last two years…well, I needed to change … Continue reading 2018…A Verse and a Word
It was a good year! ✔️ Visit the Thanksgiving Chapel in Dallas. I’d wanted to do this for years, but it’s a bit hard to get there because they have strange hours and you have to parallel park (which I cannot do). However, this June the stars aligned and I was able to get there. … Continue reading 2017 Bucket List ✔️
Good gracious. I haven’t blogged since July. It’s been crazy, folks. 2017 was a hard year, wasn’t it? From tragedies like Las Vegas and Sutherland Springs, to the fires here in my own back yard to dealing with sick kiddos, to losing three of Ty’s family members, if I am honest, I am leaving the … Continue reading 2017 Year in Review
…for the love take me with you!! Hands down, San Francisco is my very favorite city. I have visited many times and spent a life-changing four months living in an apartment overlooking the Bay. Recently, several people have asked me for recommendations for their own upcoming trips. I figured I should write something up that … Continue reading If You’re Going to San Francisco… (Eats)
Man, the world is just hard. My friend, Kelly, and I were recently having a deep theological talk and that was pretty much the conclusion we came to. In a broken world with the devil speaking lies and society so lost, things are just flat out hard. And, unfortunately, we make it harder on … Continue reading Love Your Neighbor. Period.