Sunday, July 15, 2012

Guest Blogging

I am so pleased to share a guest post with you that I did for Zie of Darling Dear. It was so nice to go over my 5 ways to celebrate the everyday again. I needed the reminders…to be present in each moment and use little things to celebrate.

I'd love it if you’d pop over, check out Zie’s cute blog and maybe find yourself a little tip to incorporate into your everyday to help you celebrate.


Thanks for having me Zie!

I hope you all had a great weekend. My weekend was full of thunder and lightning storms, the Russian language (I’m slowly but surely getting better at reading Russian!), free movie rentals, deep cleaning the shop where I work, an unsuccessful shopping trip and loosing money from pockets. And I work every day this next week, so my schedule is a little bit different...I have a feeling this is going to be a long week.  But I’m working on two new blog designs that I can’t wait to share! And then on Saturday I’m taking pictures at a wedding reception for some friends of mine, which I’m really looking forward to. Lets make this a great week, k?  Deal!

What was the highlight of your weekend?
Have you had any crazy summer storms where you live?


  1. You're learning Russian? That's so cool! How are you learning?

    The highlight of my weekend was actually being able to just chill out and do nothing. Now that end of term is rapidly approaching (3 days and counting!), I have no work to do at home. It feels so blissful to just relax for the whole weekend!


    1. We have a Russian group in our church that has our meetings in a separate room in all Russian and we've been joining them for the last month. And my husband and I practice every night just learning the sounds the letters make and working on our reading. I feel like a little kid again getting excited when I can read a new word. :P Its been a lot of fun and something we're really enjoying as a couple. We have heard rumors that there will be a Russian language class sponsored by our group in the fall with weekend classes focused on learning the language to help those in our community learn more about the Bible. We are hoping to be part of that too. :)
      Your weekend sounds LOVELY!!
      Thanks for stopping by.