High-Five!

Wow, it's Friday. And it's March. Both are hard to believe. I think I was losing faith in the fact that either of these two things would arrive before I pooped out. Ahh, but how glad I am to be here today sharing my top five things from this week:

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ONE.
Prayer night at Summit on Monday night. We all received these awesome 40-days-of-prayer guides to read through as a church in preparation for Easter! Adam and I have already really been enjoying praying through it together at night. Want to join in too? Here is the link!



TWO.
Tuesday I got to speak on a panel about "Christian Relationships" at the Athletes in Action (AIA) meeting at NC State. It was only when I got there that I realized my pastor's wife was also on the panel...just a LITTLE intimidating. Dang, and did she bring her wisdom. I was so encouraged by her and by the opportunity to share with college athletes what God desires for our relationships. Oh, and to be back with a group of AIA-ers!

THREE.
Getting to teach my first college class. It went great and I had fun! Here's to getting a Ph.D. and becoming a professor! Or maybe not.
Or, maybe. 


FOUR.
Celebrating our 4th month of being married, on leap day! Some favorite pics from EK:





FIVE.
Today, we are flying home and beginning our journey to this favorite place of mine where I hope to ski-and-eat my heart out. Yesterday morning when we woke up, Adam starting whistling this really quite ridiculous "tune" (noise). It sounded like he was trying to imitate a windstorm. In my bedroom. Right before I could smack him (in my half-asleep sweetness) and tell him to quit, he asked 
A: "Guess what I am." 
E: Half asleep groan...
A: "I'm Whistler!"
Then I started to smile and hug him lots.

We can't wait!!

Whistler, BC


I hope that this new week and new month brought some joy to your life as well. I'm finding this practice of finding 5 things to be grateful for each week really wonderful. Even at the end of weeks that seem hard, I am always able to think of 5+ things to be happy about. Thanks Lauren for letting me link up with you on this positive exercise. And happiest of weekend friends!




  

4 comments:

  1. your wedding pics are so cute!

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    1. Thanks! Eric Kelley Photography is super talented!

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  2. omg Whistler looks amazing!!!! love how you wake up to pure excitement as you did girlie!

    And I love the shot you have on your header! That sun shining down like that is gorg!!!

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    1. Thanks! We took that in Italy on our honeymoon. The sun was setting-so breathtaking! Thanks for stopping by Beverly. And for your encouraging words!

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