One week in pics.
Starting last Friday.
Bringing Henry home to his house.
He was pouting. ;)
Back in a pair of old jeans that I couldn't even button several months ago.
Came home to find the other half of my birthday present from my momma had been delivered.
The chairs that go to my patio table. I LOVE them.
The next morning.
Heading out to share the gospel and equip the saints in McComb, Mississippi.
All packed up and on the road.
Claimed my spot for the week to make my "altar".
The coffee here at the hotel was the worse. Like I pretty much gave up drinking it.
Got to enjoy working with the precious Carver family again.
Wish I had taken a pic with Bro. Steve and Becky. They are such genuine worship leaders and their children are precious. They gained a new family member since last time we were together...
Oh my goodness! Such a lil cutie.
(also I put a rinse in my hair to test the waters of gingerness.....it wasn't permanent and it's already washed out mostly but I kinda liked it. Me and Charlie matched.)
Our Sunday Nap!!
(the hotel room had a ceiling fan. whoop whoop!)
Stayed on track with my eating as best I could.
Stayed clear of the continental breakfast ....and the coffee.
Stocked up our mini fridge with healthy goodness.
Got to visit Nick's cousin, Jami who lives in the area!
She and her husband own Mauthe Progress Milk Barn and they make some of the best cheese you will ever eat. They sell fresh milk in glass bottles the old fashioned way aaannddd they make the best cheese cake evah! Made with their very own creole cream cheese.
Discovered that eating such said scrumptious cheesecake at 10:30 at night when you haven't had anything even close to it's richness is probably not a great idea. Even the three little bites that I sampled and adored was a bit much when your body has gotten used to eating clean.
I paid for it the next morning.
Had to cut it short..could barely make it 2 miles.
In other news, Nick trimmed his beard and I lovvvve it.
And my toes were all matchy matchy with the pool.
After the insistence of a certain friend, I branched out in search for some decent coffee.
Found this little coffee shop, PJ's. The girl just couldn't get it right.... and I have come to the conclusion that I am a bonafide coffee snob. Which I really hate. I don't want to be snobby in any area of my life. But good coffee is kinda important you know.
Speaking of good coffee, I was beyond excited to find K-Cups for my Keirug in my beloved Community Coffee!!
This is big people. Possibly a life changer.
I only bought one box which I'm already regretting.
On our way to the pastor's house for lunch, turned onto their road and sun was shining so pretty.
This isn't some souped up filter. It's pure sunlight. Along with FFH singing "One of these Days" on the radio. Perfect.
The feast that Bro Emon and Mrs. Myra treated us to for lunch. Almost everything was fresh from his garden. The tomatoes and cucumbers were my faves.
Realized once we got to the hotel earlier in the week as we unpacked that all of my outfits were stripes, maxis and cardis. So of course I had to document that as any decent blogger would.
Tried on some red lips. They aren't Nick's fave so I only do them every now and then.
Packed up and said goodbye to our hotel and the amazing king sized bed that we will miss immensely....not so much this hallway that reminded me of "The Shining" the entire week.
Nick treated me to one of these on the way home.
I seriously slurped it down within minutes.
Made it home and pulled into this.
It never gets old. They love us so well. It's humbling.
It was a great week.
Full of refreshing for me as I sat under the preaching of the Word each night and enjoyed a break from wedding projects during the day as I just enjoyed being in Nick's company.
Thank you to any of you who prayed for our travels and the revival.
We are trusting God that seeds were planted and He will reap the harvest.
"that we might have some fruit among them also.."