Last week felt long, the days were full of things to do and the days seemed to go slowly, which I actually prefer. Life is slipping by so fast and my children are growing way to fast, so I don’t mind it when a week goes by slowly. My to do list is a mile long this week, but I’m praying to know exactly what the Lord has for me to do and to focus on that this week.
I forced myself to slow down on Sunday, to truly stop and rest, and try to refresh myself for the week ahead. A long nap with my three year old was wonderful.
If my smile looks forced it’s because I was freezing in these pictures! You can’t see it, but snow is covered on the ground everywhere around me, except for the porch area!
Black Shoes from Thrift Store – Thanks to my mother in law who frequently shops at Thrift Stores!
My Vintage Pearl Necklace – a visual reminder of who has my heart.
I curled my hair in hot rollers and then slipped a Lilla Rose headband on as we ran out the door. I love that I don’t get headaches wearing these headbands, every other headband I’ve tried gives me the pressure headaches.
I’m adding a picture of Carrianna’s hair that I did on Sunday, she isn’t crazy about me braiding her hair (tears happen most of the time) so it’s rare that I get to fix it this way. I french braided it on both sides, and then I tied her braids together severals times, slipped in an x-small flexi clip and a few bobby pins, and it held securely until she yanked it out after church. Silly girl!
What I Wore
Skirt – Thrift Store
Grey Top – Mother-in-law
Ruffle Top – Zulily
Black Shoes – Thrift Store
Necklace – The Vintage Pearl
Headband - Lilla Rose
Makeup - Cowgirl Dirt
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This post is part of the weekly Christian Home Magazine, as the Modest Fashion post.