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Tuesday Things

Heyyyy, how about we do a Tuesday and Thursday things this week?

Only, we’ll make this one a little less structured.

You know, since Thursday is completely organized and full of useful knowledge.

Let’s talk about the ridiculous amount of movies Will and I have been watching in the man cave these days.

Finished product. Watching games will never feel the same again.

I find I often don’t have the attention span for movies, especially multiple ones each week.

Will?

He does. He totally does.

Even during the work week.

I just can’t.

I don’t know why, but a movie during the work week feels a little like entertainment suffocation.

Not only that, but the man cave feels a bit like a furnace.

You get the playstation going, the cable box, and then the big TV all generating heat and hot air (even more than me. Ha!) Yikes.

Then the pups. They love to snuggle on these chairs.

The dogs love the theatre chairs as much as we do

It’s easily a thousand degrees.

Couple that with the aforementioned entertainment suffocation, and a random Tuesday night can quickly turn into a scratchy wool sweater.

Thankfully Will is very accommodating, always being sure we end our nights with a 30 minute comedy or two to change things up.

When all else fails, though? Not only are his chairs great for comfortably watching movies. They’re even better for naps!

You know by now we’re old and boring, so why not take it step further and be cozy while boring, yes?

So yeah. That’s life at the B-Love house these days. If you’re free this week we’ll be having a showing of The Empire Strikes Back followed by some sports inspired motivational feel good feature film. Come on by. Popcorn not included. 

Part One

I’ve mentioned “changes” for about a year, and have never divulged what they were.

It’s annoying, right?

What’s funny, though, is how different the changes were between when I first started talking about them, and what they are today.

I’ve wanted to share this story with you guys for awhile now, but the truth is-

We haven’t reached a good breaking point.

We’re only halfway though.

I wanted to share this story with a clear beginning and end, along with some concrete explanation for how God moved and what’s next.

I don’t have those answers.

But then I realized something.

Even though we still don’t know what’s next, God still moved, and continues to move even though we haven’t reached the conclusion of this story.

So instead of holding out, I decided to share and bring you along this journey.

Today is part one.

***
About this time last year, we had a fantastic opportunity to start a business.

Will’s brain for business is ridiculous. He would completely be in his element, having helped his dad with his for many years.

We’d thought about it before, but the right opportunity ever presented itself. This particular opportunity was exciting because it involved a partner with a very rare and technical specialization. He admittedly lacked the business know how, and Will lacked the certifications this other guy had.

Both felt the pull to go out on their own, and it seemed to work great. The other guy would run the operations side, while Will would handle the day to day business. A match made in heaven.

Best of all, he is a Christian too and held many of the same beliefs as us.

Before moving forward, Will and I bathed the matter in prayer and sought God in scripture.

We did not want to move forward with such a huge decision without clear confirmation from the Lord.

During my usual Bible study several days later, I found such rich, confirming scriptures in Deuteronomy that gave me such peace about our decision.

Verses

The caveat was this- He must absolutely be kept first. No matter what.

With clear peace and confirmation, we agreed and moved forward, expectant and in anticipation for His work in our work.

Verses

I knew this decision put us in the center of His will, and that’s exactly where I wanted to be.

I grew more excited with each passing day of business preparation.

From them purchasing equipment, to finding a building (pictured below with our big eyes and shiny smiles), I began to hang my hat on what could be.
Merry Christmas!

I began to think this was God’s way of bringing the prayer I prayed in 2013 to fruition. The prayer when I asked Him for the opportunity to serve Him full time in ministry again.

You see, that was the tug on my heart when I was just 15 years old.

It was very real and very anointed.

Yet, in my “great” young knowledge and desire to rule myself, I ran far away from this calling after Will and I served at our first church.

So far away, in fact, we ended up in a Muslim country with no church family at all!

My will, but part of God’s story.

I’ve shared pieces of that story before, so I won’t dwell there today.

However, it’s that story and God’s persistent faithfulness that brought me to my knees in repentance and back into His will.

That sunny day in my car, I acknowledged that I ran from my calling, while He remained the same. I asked Him to allow me the opportunity once more to carry it out, knowing in my core it’s what He wanted for me all along before I ran.

I saw this blossoming business as an eventual way to make my heart’s desire a reality.

Everything was coming together so effortlessly, and we received multiple confirmations He was in our decisions. Such peace, such closeness with God with each passing step.

Oh friends, things were on the up all around.

Will quit his job in January and everything was in full swing.

I couldn’t wait to see how God was going to use this business as a way to accomplish His will.

Only… I had no idea what He quite had in mind.

I think we’ve reached a good stopping point for Part One today.

I think the spiritual nugget we can take away from this story is: seek Him in your decisions and trust.

Verses

If I knew today what I didn’t know then, I would never have trusted God and moved forward with this decision.

However, it’s because I didn’t know, and because of our obedience through this decision I’ve been able to see the realest, most blatant hand of God during this time.

We only have a small piece of the puzzle, but He has the whole box top picture and sees how the pieces weave together.

If you’re in a season of decision-making or uncertainty today, seek the Lord in scripture and prayer. He desires that we seek Him, and will reveal Himself when we seek Him with all our hearts.

If there’s a decision you’re struggling with, I would love to pray for you this week. Feel free to leave a comment in the “share the love” section or send me an email, and I promise to hold you in prayer.
***

There you have it. A partial explanation of all the “changes” I’ve been talking about.

Check in next Friday for part two. Until then, have a fantastic weekend, and I’ll see you Monday!

Thursday Things, 11 June 2015

The World Cup

Let’s talk women’s soccer.

And how the mere suggestion of attending any type of soccer game makes Will want to drive a stake through his left eye.

OKC got a semi-pro (I guess that’s what they are? I have no idea.) men’s soccer team last year. I mentioned we ought to go to a game, and Will looked at me as if I were purple and had four eyes.

Real life. 

Anyway, something about the World Cup is different. I have no idea what the technicalities are for impassioned cheering versus complete lack of interest, but from what I can see, the World Cup appears to be the dividing line.

You’d think Will followed women’s soccer year round the way he knows the players and talks to the TV.

We watched them win Monday night and will watch tomorrow, too. So yeah. Will: the biggest non-fan, fan that exists

Is anyone going to see Jurassic Park besides kids who grew up in the ‘90s?

Remember how huge those movies were for our generation? HUGE!

Only, I’m not gonna lie, I’m not as excited about this new one. Yet, I feel completely obligated to see it because of how big they were when I was younger.

I wonder if it will be a whole bunch of us 30-somethings in the theatre along with our kids we dragged along with us? Or maybe it will be completely different. Like a whole new movie for a whole new generation?

Since we’re talking movies...
Will and I are currently on a Star Wars bender in preparation for the new one coming out this year.

After re-watching Episodes 1-3, and then the originals, I have this awful fear they’re going to Hollywood everything up and ruin the new ones.

Let’s hope not.

Today’s TBT comes courtesy of the Kuwait Towers

Will & Britt by Kuwait towers-May 2005
This was taken way back in 2005 during one of our first weekends in Kuwait. Its crazy how long ago that was!

For a fun and crazy blast from the past, take a gander at my blog archives then. What a doozy!

The Summer of Sipping

I’m all about cold summery drinks this time of year.

I’m a sucker for Sonic’s unsweetened teas (especially blackberry), just about any random iced tea flavor I make on my own, lime infused water, lemon infused water, basil infused water, lemon-lime-basil infused water, all the water, chickfila iced coffee (always), and fruity green monsters.

You get the point. It’s sort of a thing right now.

These raw and brave series of posts about one beautiful woman’s decision to have her implants extracted.

Start at Part One and keep going. I’ve teared up multiple times.

More camping
Oh my stars, guys. Remember my breaking camp post? It’s been a big theme in my life right now.

I often grow restless and anxious with the process. I love that God knows us better than we know ourselves and always gives us reassurance when we start to grow weary.

Without missing a beat this week, the Lord revealed more “camping” verses to me in Jeremiah 29 as I continue to wait on Him, do His will in the things currently on my plate, and trust Him for the next steps. It’s crazy how blatant He spoke, guys! Such truth I needed to hear.

I hope to share it very soon, but not this week. Tomorrow I have something else up my sleeve. It’s been a long time coming.

That’s it for today, dears! Any randomness you care to share?

WIOW: For the One Not as Zealous

As much as I’d hoped Will was going to get on fire for working out, turns out the guy hates exercise.

I get it.

I do.

Sometimes I forget a large percentage of people don’t find exercising “fun” at all!

It’s a workout, after all.

I tend to get overzealous about fitness and need a gentle reminder that, “Hey! Not everyone gets batty over burpees and shoulder presses!”

Thank you, Will.

So what do we do when we’re close to people that don’t love fitness as much as we do?

I thought of heaps, but here are just a few thoughts based on my own experience.

1. Don’t cram it down their throat
They get it, we LOVE fitness, but that doesn’t mean they do.

I usually do a good job of never annoying or bombarding Will with stats on health, but when he expressed interest in working out, I kind of sort of forgot rule number one.

Here’s the deal.

Most non-fitness enthusiasts don’t need to hear about heart disease, diabetes, or how sitting is the new smoking.

I’ve found most people already have a good idea they’re not healthy, and our gentle reminders often hurt more than help.

If I want to get Will to the gym, I’ve found I’ve got to obey #1. It’s got to be his decision, not mine.

2. Invite, but don’t beg

Again, same as number one. It’s gotta be their decision.

I just about always extend an invite to Will, and he always passes. However, a few weeks ago he actually said yes!

He said the fact that I didn’t pester or beg him to go was helpful. Asking is one thing, but begging? Let’s not be over-the-top, here!

3. Don’t have them do the same workout you’re doing

Obviously.

Non-fitness enthusiasts need to ease into working out just like we did when we first started.

Having them do an advanced workout risks injury! Get them in the gym, and get them started on something manageable.

You wouldn’t give an infant steak, so size up workouts accordingly!

You can check out my resistance workouts for Will here and here.

4. Celebrate the small stuff

It’s a good idea not to go full commando on them.

Yes it’s a lifestyle, but their version of lifestyle it looks way different than ours.

Will would never start out with a goal to do a marathon next month. Little victories like actually making it to the gym three times a week for a month is a huge deal for my guy, and it should be acknowledged and celebrated.

5. When all else fails, remember Rome wasn’t built in a day
I’ve seen lots of ups and downs over the years. Full bore commitment, with many (many, many) droughts in between.

It sometimes hurts my heart when I reflect on a loved one’s bad eating and exercise decisions. They know I care, but make the same decisions anyway. It’s hard sometimes!

Much like the above points, I really try to be a positive, healthy influence instead of a condemning one.

For example, Will knows we’re always going to have healthy dinners. I don’t have much “control” over what he eats for breakfast and lunch most days, but I always know he’ll get a healthy dinner.

Would he love cheese fries for dinner? Of course (Um...so would I!).

He acknowledges its important to eat healthy and is thankful I care enough to make sure at least one meal is!

Baby steps can be huge in this arena, and we have to claim each one, every step of the way.

***

So yeah, a lot of people aren’t as enthusiastic as we are about being healthy. Let’s try to remember that. smile I’ve personally found the above points (as well as many more!) have been helpful in my own life and wanted to share.

Thanks for checking in! See you tomorrow!

Thursday Things, 4 June 2015

Fiesta de Fiber
Let’s discuss Mission’s Carb Watch tortillas.

And how they might make some of you want to die.

LOOK AT THIS FIBER CONTENT!

Fiber

Is this even legal?

Some of us may welcome 104% of our daily fiber requirement coming from a single source.

Others probably won’t.

You’ve been warned.

Since we’re talking about food...

Ask me how many Perkins muffins remain in my freezer.

Actually don’t.

I don’t want to tell you.

Let’s just say they started out in a giant ziploc bag, and quickly downgraded to a baggie.

In my defense, three of them were Will’s.

Just saying.

Wherein I’m sucked into a cosmetic gimmick
Only, I’m pretty positive this thing isn’t a gimmick and is the real deal.

Eyelash primer.

Yes.

I get it.

You’re completely judging me.

It seems like a frivolous unneeded extra, and I totally agree. I’ve never purchased one.

However…

I got a mini sample this week and holy moly! It actually works!

My lashes were fabulouso the whole day. I used my same mascara but the primer made everything fuller, thicker, and, well, just plain better.

Kandee Johnson calls it a “bra for your eyelashes.” I guess I totally get it now. You can certainly go without, but things just look better when you don’t Ha! smile

Lucy Goes Under
Poor buggy is going under the knife today for a deep dental cleaning and extractions.

I feel bad for our old lady bird and hope she manages ok.

The pups aren’t pups these days, so hopefully she manages ok and bounces back to her normal self quickly.

The good news is, hopefully her wretched breath will be better soon, too. smile

Download this song right now

Lecrae- Power Trip

image

My new favorite workout song right now.

It’s a few years old and I have no idea how I never found it!

My Weekend Mini-Me
Will and I spent a large portion of last weekend with Layla and it was fantastic.

Swoon 😍❤️
Swoon IG

I’m pretty sure we’re even better buddies than before, which is kind of hard to imagine!

She absolutely kills me these days. How come you guys didn’t tell me what a ham little 2 1/2 year olds become!? I hate to be cliche, but seriously, she really does day the darnedest things.

The return of Mr. Hyde

I’ve mentioned about a thousand times here, but I’ll remind you again.

I hate heat. I completely melt away into a giant puddle anytime the temperature rises.

Will.

God love him.

Signed us up for “Smart Hours” with our energy company again.

That means from 2-7 each day of the week (peak hours), we try to save energy, thereby lowering our bill.

In theory, it’s great!

Except, when you’re trying to make dinner and have the oven and two stove burners going. Heck, if you’re trying to do anything at all, you’re liable to pass out in a puddle-y mess!

So yeah, early evenings are just swell in the B-Love house.

Wanna come over? 

WIOW: Will’s Lower Body Workout

Last week I shared Will’s current upper body program. Today I’m sharing his lower body workout!

This is what he’ll be doing for the next couple months.

When crafting his workouts, Will was very specific- no squats (he hurt his back badly from doing them when he was younger and has to watch it ever since), and heavy on machines. He also gave me a few things he wanted incorporated.

Whenever I craft workouts for friends (completely with their understanding I’m not a “certified” trainer, mind you), I like to stretch them a little past their comfort zone.

However, with Will, the goal is to just get him inside the doors of a gym.

You want to do the leg press machine and nothing else? Fine by me, dear. I just want you here!

So yeah, the workout lacks some creativity, but it’s basic and works (and Will was gassed by the end).

Plus it’s short.

Just like the upper workout, this one focuses on multiple sets performed back to back without stopping. Once you complete a set, rest for 30 seconds to a minute and repeat two more times. Then move onto the next set.

Just like last week, Will did 3 sets of 10 reps.

Make this a workout! Push yourself a little. Even though this is an easy-ish workout in terms of complexity, it can be easily modified and made more difficult but adjusting resistance and reps.smile

Here we go!

Set one
Sled machine (leg press)
Calve raises on sled machine
Ball crunches

Set two
Leg extension machine
Standing calve raises (one set regular, one set toes pointed inward, one set toes pointed outward)
Russian twists

Set three
Hamstring curl machine
Seated calve raise machine
Ball crunches

Set Four
Step-ups
Russian twists
Standing calve raises

Done and done!

Check in next week for another workout!

The Weekend of Layla, a Quick Road Trip & a Look Ahead

Colorful
Fun at lowes
Date night with Layla

Froyo date
Froyo date
My froyo date

Sometimes we drive two hours to eat at Perkins. Real life.
Sometimes we drive two hours to eat at Perkins. Real life.
Sometimes we drive two hours to eat at Perkins. Real life.

No time lost

Pup pups

Man oh man! I had such a wonderful weekend. Quite honestly, we didn’t have any real plans, but things quickly changed and turned into one of the better weekends we’ve had in a long time.

This was the Weekend of Layla! My sister was out of town, so Layla stayed with my parents. We took a trip to Lowes with my dad Thursday night, and it’s way more fun when a Jimmy Johnson cart is involved. Haha

Will and I took her out for a frozen yogurt date Friday night and spent the rest of the evening playing and also had some time with my parents.

Saturday was a whirlwind! On a whim we got in the car and drove two hours to Ponca City to eat brunch at Perkins! It was such a good Saturday. Will and I chatted the whole way up and back about life, Kuwait, family, and our future.

And then there was the pie and mammoth muffins. Let’s not forget about that. Dead. Dead. Dead.

We brought back a dozen muffins, so yeah, my life is pretty much over. I froze a few for a rainy day but…

We spent the evening with Layla and my parents followed by a Star Wars movie in the man cave (Will insists we have to watch all of them so they’re fresh when the new one comes out this winter. Ha!).

Sunday was the usual, but even better because Layla came to church with us! She was so brave and went into her class and wasn’t nearly as scared as I thought she might be.

Such good weekend. I have a pile of laundry on the couch and dishes in the sink, but I don’t even care.

Check in this week for Wills lower body workout, Thursday Things, and more. 💗

Thursday Things, 28 May 2015

Short weeks are the best
It’s Thursday even though it feels like Wednesday! I’m all about that feeling. Give me a Thursday on a “Wednesday” any day.

Let’s (obviously) start with the biggest thing.

P’s getting hitched!

Real life.

Oh friends, I’m not one to tell people’s stories for them, but if I did, I’d tell you what a happy beginning this is for my sister.

She’s been through a lot the last few years as a single mom and I’m thankful she found a good old Oklahoma boy to sweep her off her feet.

Um, I’m technically not sure if I’m allowed to share this (so I’m asking for forgiveness instead of permission), but check out her gorgeous rock!

Engaged!!!!

So unique.

Since I’m a big sister and a hopeless romantic, naturally I’m over the moon about her engagement because, WEDDING PLANNING!

And now we must also consider the most important question about this engagement news-

Is she going to make me wear as ugly a bridesmaid dress as I made her wear?

Carissa Flint-13 March 2004
Oh man I hope not. I still have no idea what I was thinking.

And yes, the church I grew up in and got married in really DID have ugly orange carpet.

One more thing about the wedding

Well, one more thing today, that is.

Can I please tell you how relieved I am that Pinterest didn’t exist and that Facebook was for school kids when I got married?!

I would have been completely overwhelmed by the ideas. Sometimes less is more. Especially when you’re a crazy stressed out bride-to-be slash full time college student.

This post on Satan going to church

Fit for a queen

The Queen of Couch Potatoes!

Oh man, friends. These chairs.
Finished product. Watching games will never feel the same again.

They’re lazy lady makers!

So cushy and cozy.

So inviting and relaxing.

They’re pretty much killing me.

Since we’re taking about the chairs...

Let’s talk about how anal meticulous Will is about our usage.

He’s making us rotate the chairs we sit in each night to make sure they all get “even wear.”

Real life.

In his defense, he’s waited years for these, so I kindly oblige without too much ribbing.

The only complaint is that sometimes in the rotation we sit on opposite ends (😂 ), and I’m
not a fan of that.

At all.

Friends in Low Places
I am so thankful for the beautiful godly people in my life. One of my dear sister friends completely shared in my heartache last week (see Friday’s post) as if she were going through it herself.

We sat on the phone and prayed together and cried together (actually, I didn’t cry. I ugly cried. I was glad we were on the phone so she couldn’t see the mascara everywhere and running nose. Ha!). God is so good to me, and giving me godly friends who love me and hurt with me when I’m sad, and are excited for me when things go well, is such icing on the cake.

When slight really means huge and probable

The weathermen in Oklahoma are killing me this storm season.

They have this new, improved, ever-so-helpful updated severe weather guide that’s supposed to depict a better understanding of the types/probability of storm risk in various areas.

Boo

When you see the words slight, what comes to mind?

I’m thinking like 25% chance or less, maybe?

Definitely not that you’re darn near guaranteed to have a storm (one with hail and occasional tornadoes). Which has pretty much happened every single time that stupid yellow “slight” risk is tagged for the metro.

I’m not sure if they’re tired of getting slack for claims they overreact too much or what, but basically when I see slight, I really see moderate these days.

You didn’t know I was such a weather “expert,” did you? Haha

Today’s TBT is courtesy of returning from church camp completely exhausted
Nap time for Britt & Carissa

Look at that little girl! Now she’s getting married!

That’s all today, sweets! Check in tomorrow for more fun! 

Will’s Upper Body Workout

Guess what!?

My sweet husband made the decision to start working out!

If you’ve read a long time, you know this is huge.

I’m trying not to act too excited around him, in fear I just might scare him off.

Instead, I’ll let out a big scream of glee here on the blog where he can’t see.

YAY!!!!

Ok, moving on!

Will is a natural athlete, and it kills me. He can go ages without physical exertion and pick up like he never even stopped. Last year’s softball season is a perfect example.

He asked me to put together an upper-lower body split and I was thrilled to oblige.

I’m put together a basic upper body workout that hits all the major groups without going overboard.

Will specifically asked for 3 sets of 10 of whatever exercises he did, so I configured three giant sets done back to back without stopping. After one set, he rests and repeats two more times before moving onto the next giant set.

I wanted to share his upper body program this week (and lower next!) because I believe it’s a great program for people that want to do more in the weight room without it occupying your entire life.

This workout can be done in about 35 minutes and will punish your muscles in the best way possible. smile

You’re doing 3 giant sets. Each giant set consists of the exercises you repeat three times.

Confused yet? smile

Each rep consists of sets 10 reps each, so make them count. The last two reps should be hard, but should be in good form.

Ready?

Let’s get to work!

Set One
Lat pull down
Bench press (set one: regular incline, set two: decline, set three: incline)
Biceps curls

Set Two
Row machine
Bench flies (set one: regular incline, set two: decline, set three: incline)
Shoulder flies

Set Three
Close grip lat pull down
Bench press OR fly machine
Triceps push down

Yay for hitting all the major muscles without going too crazy and spending a year in the gym.

And most of all yay for my Will working out!!

Check in next week for his lower body workout! 

Thursday Things, 21 May 2015

The death of me.
I opened a Pinterest account last week.

I’d been fighting it for years, but at the (persistent) nudging of my sister, I opened an account.

I’m still fighting it (I only have a couple pins- sent by my sister), but I’m sure I’ll be a pinning pro before long.

(HELP!)

If you are a pinning pro, feel free to add me. I’m found at TheBloveLife.

Saturday’s Treat Meal

Will and I got Freddy’s to go Saturday night before the bad weather hit.

I ate their veggie burger sans “Freddy’s sauce” and thought it was delicious!

I got fries too.

I pretty sure I was stress eating (bad weather= burger & fries), nonetheless it was pretty darn good.

The “Dad Bod”

Let’s discuss the latest discussion to sweep the Internet-:

The Dad Bod

I know there are tons of opinions out there, and I have to know- what do you think?

This sermon on loving the Church

It kind of ties into what I was saying Friday. It’s number three- Unity

The Fog

I’ve mentioned it before, but I’ll say it again. I’m a huge perfume hoarder.

It’s a problem, really.

I don’t always like to use my “nice” (read: expensive) stuff for everyday at work. I’d rather save it for dates with Will.

We both needed new “everyday” type perfume/cologne, so I did some quick looking and turns out Walgreens is currently having a half price sale on their knockoff brands!

The idea of two for the price of one was too good to pass up, so we spent about 15 minutes in their fragrance aisle spraying and testing a variety of fragrances. Some good, some not so good.

We both completely fogged the joint and had headaches from all the various smell combining. Haha

We each bought two, and spent less than $25. Real life. I find mine smells just as good, but the staying power is weaker. Other than that, I consider the outing a success!

The itsy bitsy huge, numerous spiders

We’ve gotten about two feet of rain over the last 10 days.

Real life.

Apparently large quantities of rain flush spiders from their dwellings and often indoors for shelter.

That means they’re freaking EVERYWHERE.

Guys. I’m not kidding. In the span of five minutes last Sunday we found three in various locations.

The bad news is, we have about a million chances for rain this week.

The good news is, I’m having Will barricade us in with lots of bug spray.

The super long one
Today I started a five day vacation! Woo hoo! Memorial Day weekend fell on my usual Friday off, so I added Thursday to the mix and created a lovely recipe for relaxation!

The days quickly filled with various events and outings, but I’m thankful for the time off and hope to enjoy myself, and even clean out our closet.

Party Time, Excellent!

Guys. I had the weirdest dream ever a couple nights ago.

I was in a vehicle with a lady I barely know from work (seriously- hardly know this woman), and we were chatting it up like we had been longtime pals.

Will strolled up and stood outside the window and talked about how happy he was we were talking (I can’t remember what it was about).

Then.

Then

He started talking all crazy. Saying stuff like “Party time! Ex-cell-ent!” In a total Cali voice.

Not kidding.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, we kept talking and at some point in the conversation he says something weird and then says some odd word I’d never heard him say before and made a weird gesture.

What the heck!?

I remember being totally confused in the dream.

Thankfully, my alarm clock woke me so I didn’t have to endure the uncharacteristic oddities of my husband.

As I tried to dissect what just occurred, it hit me.

I was dreaming my husband was part of Wayne’s World and mimicking their words and actions.

(WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME AND WHAT DOES THIS MEAN!?)

Weirdest part about it?

Im pretty sure I only saw the movie once… Over twenty years ago.

Psychedelic dreams.

Should I get a pregnancy test?

In an instant
On Memorial Day 2008, Will and I flew into Oklahoma City to make our lives here after three years of life in Kuwait.

It feels just like yesterday, and sometimes it makes my heart a little sad.

That’s it for today, friends. Check in tomorrow. For now, I’m going to enjoy my day off! 

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