“But whenever someone turns to The Lord, the veil is taken away. For The Lord is Spirit, and wherever the Spirit of The Lord is, there is freedom. So all of us who have had the veil removed can see and reflect the glory of The Lord. And The Lord–who is the Spirit–makes us more and more like him as we are changed into his glorious image.” 2 Corinthians 3:16-18, NLT
This tea smells like fall. I found a stray tea bag in the tea box I keep at work, and ended up going around the office asking my co-workers to take a whiff: “Smell this…It smells like fall!” :)
This article motivated me in decorating for fall.
This recipe is my first official baking of the autumn season. I actually didn’t refrigerate the dough this time, but I think that’s because the coconut oil wasn’t all the way melted. I barely had enough molasses in the jar, and I didn’t have any eggs. But I subbed in two tablespoons of cornstarch and whipped these up for life group this week. I’m actually not that used to this much sugar, but it was a good treat :)
I love this season, and already I feel like it is going by too fast. This year, as my schedule is getting busier, I have felt like God has been challenging me to slow down, simplify, and savor the moment. Even in the midst of a busy schedule, to remember what really matters, take a deep breath, and be intentional. This means being intentional with my time management, with my budget, and with the relationships of good friends I have all around me. Continue reading
Several months ago, I wrote a post about the grandmothers in my life (you can read it here), with the intention of doing another on grandfathers. I haven’t forgotten, but am just now getting to this one. And since this weekend was one of my grandfathers’ birthdays, I figured it would be the perfect time to sit down and write this. :) Continue reading
After watching an episode of Undercover Boss this weekend on Netflix about a flower shop, I decided that I needed flowers on my kitchen table–right then. Continue reading