August 23, 2015

Our loot from the thrift store. #thrifted #vintage

This week’s learned, links, and thankfulness…

Always struggling with dying to self and speak lovingly towards my girls. It’s so easy to be quick to angry, and so hard to be slow to speak. Super thankful for grace and forgiveness. #storyofmylife

Peanut butter cup pretzel cheesecake bars look like something I should never eat because if I start, I probably won’t stop.

The BFF brought some of these home baked cookies on our picnic. She used 1 cup less sugar than the recipe and it still came out so sweet!

We thought we had found a bed frame, this one from Restoration Hardware, but we went to check it out in person, and we didn’t like it. The West Elm one is still an option, but I’m afraid the headboard might look too bulky in king size.

I love Maryam Nassir Zadeh shoes (though I don’t own a pair), but this white shirt with holes (for $180!) is kind of insane (not in a good way). I just don’t get it. I’m definitely not a high fashion girl.

Love this vintage little girl dress from Ms. Tips.

Erin from Calivintage has one of the best instagram shops. I always love the vintage things she finds.

Glow’s birthday is coming and I just ordered these rainbow blocks for her.

I’ve been finding some nice goods at the thrift store lately. If I bring something in, I move something out (to friends or donate).

School starts this week… eek!!! Goodbye summer!!!

One comment on “huzzah!”

  • Kelsie says:

    I always look forward to reading your Huzzah! posts. And most definitely always love reading about your family’s birthday celebrations!
    I’m a preschool teacher and find it hard to be patient with the kids in my class at times, so I understand the difficulty of keeping cool around them. One of my most frequent prayers is for Jesus to teach me to love with His love since my love is so imperfect. Will be praying for you!
    And yes… seriously. Shirts with holes. Eek.

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