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Israel Trip 2021 – In the Beginning

Israel Trip 2021 – In the Beginning

This whole trip came about REALLY quickly. I had never wanted to go to “The Holy Land.”  I figured I could worship Jesus from here, no problem.  Here’s how God put all this in motion! I’ve been doing The Bible Recap this year. This Bible reading plan and podcast is written by Tara-Leigh Cobble, the founder and CEO of D-Group, a discipleship ministry. Tara-Leigh and her team went to Israel earlier this year for a month (with special permission from…

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Currently – September 2021

Currently – September 2021

I’m sharing what I’m CURRENTLY up to following prompts given by Anne at In Residence. September’s prompts are: beginning, ending, loving, picking, and posting. Let’s do this!!! I am CURRENTLY… beginning: my Christmas shopping. I loving buying gifts for family and friends, and I love having it wrapped up (no pun intended!) by Thanksgiving so I can rest, enjoy the whole season, and focus on Advent. Between all that and the ongoing shipping delays we’re dealing with, autumn shopping seems…

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Currently – July 2021

Currently – July 2021

It’s that time again! Anne over at In Residence has provided new prompts for a new month. Here are MY responses. eating: an amazing pork grilled cheese sandwich for dinner just now at Clyde’s Table and Tavern in Cleveland, Georgia! The best smoked pork barbecue I’ve had in a long time on buttery, toasted bread with both cheddar and pepper jack cheese. With really good coleslaw and delicious (vinegar base) barbecue sauce. Y’all! SO GOOD!!! feeling: peaceful…and hot! My husband…

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Currently – May 2021

Currently – May 2021

It’s time to link up with Anne at In Residence for this month’s Currently prompts! Here are MY responses to the prompts. How would YOU reply?!? I am CURRENTLY… consuming: less food! I’ve been using the Noom program for a couple of months now. Its food log tool (especially the visuals) has been eye-opening and incredibly helpful. (Here’s my affiliate link if you want to scope the program out. I highly recommend it!) exploring: the Biltmore rooftop! We recently camped…

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Autumn Adventures – September 2020

Autumn Adventures – September 2020

Autumn is finally here!!! Hooray! Here in Savannah we enjoyed a few days of cooler temps, but now temps and humidity are back to normal. Ah well! I’m linking up with Leslie again to share the list of things I’m hoping to do during the next few months. My Autumn Adventures! Camping. It’s no secret that Gene and I love to tent camp. We don’t camp during the summer because it’s just too hot, but come autumn we’re ready to…

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Currently – June & July 2020

Currently – June & July 2020

Each month Anne at In Residence gives us five interesting prompts for bloggers (and anyone else!) to respond to.  It’s fun to see each person’s takes on how those words are CURRENTLY applying to him/her.  Since I didn’t post last month, I’m doing a two-fer today! I am CURRENTLY… feeling:  itchy to travel somewhere!  I KNOW I’m not alone in this one!  We’re making tentative plans, so circle back later and see what/if/when anything happens! wearing:  graphic tees.  Apparently this…

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Autumn Adventures 2019

Autumn Adventures 2019

What happened to Summer Adventures, you ask?  Heat.  Heat happened!  It’s just too hot here in Coastal Georgia to do much.  Also, since we made our big anniversary trip to England and Scotland in May/June, we stayed pretty close to home this summer.  Oh, and I had foot surgery.  (More on that in a minute.) Then autumn started, and all our attention was focused on our son’s wedding!  HOORAY!!!  It was lovely and beautiful and amazing!  Two weeks after that…

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UK Vacay – The Food!

UK Vacay – The Food!

Today I want to share some of my favorite meals from our trip to England and Scotland.  Poor England has a bad reputation for food, but we really do like most of it.  We’re all about pub grub! Speaking of pub grub, fish and chips is always a good go-to. Jacket potatoes (baked potatoes) are also a reliable choice. Let’s go ahead and address the haggis issue!  I decided that I really couldn’t spend a week in Scotland and not…

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