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Monday, February 23, 2015

Grateful Heart

 
Happy last Monday of February friends! I hope each of you had a relaxing, fun, productive weekend. I was able to get a lot of deep cleaning done on Saturday while Hunter worked, and then Sunday was spent spending time with church family, friends, and designing my wood art project (look for that on Wednesday).
 
Hunter and I have had a lot of changes going on in our lives that we're very excited about, but also nervous at the same time. Change can be good; change can be nerve-wrecking; change can be necessary. For us, the change has been all of the above and more.
 
So today, I'm so thankful for changes. I'm thankful that I have my best friend by my side to experience these changes with me, and I'm beyond thankful that we can rely on God to see this through. Yes, we're nervous and there are those moments that we wonder, "Are we capable of doing this?!" And it's in those moments that God whispers little words of affirmation into our very souls and reminds us why we're doing it. 
Grateful Heart w/ Ember Grey

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8 comments:

  1. Amen! I love that you are praising the Lord through all the changes! So good

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  2. I just want to hug you!
    Have a beautiful day sweet girl!

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  3. yay for embracing change! Praying for you guys!

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  4. This all seems like such good change! I'm excited for y'all, Kelly!

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  5. I didn't even realize it's the last Monday of February...yikes! I am a lover of change, I love new things and new experiences. I hope this is all good for you and your husband!

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  6. Change is such a big part of life. Sometimes they're easy but often they're not. I love that you're embracing them all though and following God with His plans for you two!! Xo

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  7. I don't like changes, but this is a good reminder to embrace them. :)

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  8. I've been thinking a lot about change lately, and how painful parts of it always are but how necessary all of the parts are. I wonder, if there was no 'pain', would we try as hard as we do to get through it? Would we appreciate the other side as much? Just some things I've been thinking... nice to know I'm not alone :) (Beautiful picture, Kelly!)

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