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PINThis is such a great visual to remind me to breath.

No weekend plans?  Need something for mother’s day?  Look no further than here.  Or maybe here.

Once peaches are back in season, gotta try this recipe.

We’re going on a date tonight (woo-hoo, first date in MONTHS!) … some outfit inspiration for next date night 1 | 2

Missing our favorite show … yes, we are fans and I cannot wait for next season!

If you’re in the Calgary area, this looks like a neat market on Saturday.

This is a sweet giveaway.  That porch swing would have a nice home on our new porch (though that is still a BIG maybe!).

The mind-clearing action of running.  I can not wait to get out there again!

To feed my lemonade addiction … nummy!

Have a beautiful weekend, friends!


pic pix: patio evenings, Apr.2016, at home

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PINLately, it’s been quiet here, but pretty loud in our day-to-day life.  Firstly, since having the freedom to drive, we’ve been getting OUT to say the very least!  Additionally, as I mentioned in a previous post, we are in a unique situation and there is a very high *possibility* that we could soon be moving to an acreage(!).  Extra time at this point has been going towards 1. organizing for a big move.  2. pinching myself  3. getting out and visiting people! and 4. take stuff (definitely not as exciting).  Within the next few weeks we should know the direction of our summer (in new house/here at our house now) and the anticipation is nearly killing me! View full post »

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  • April 27, 2016 - 9:27 pm

    Maegan - I love your heart, your enthusiasm, your honesty and your tenderness with your boys. Thanks for sharing a little piece with me and my family! Love youReplyCancel

    • August 4, 2016 - 3:54 pm

      sarah nadine - i love YOU friend!! i’d gladly share with you, any day!

      bisous xoReplyCancel

We are STILL waiting to hear if we got the acreage we keep dreaming about.  It’s a judicial sale, so we need to wait until the offer makes itself to court.  In the meantime, seeing as all other home projects in our current home are on hold, I am going completely stir crazy hoping that 1. the court approves the offer and 2. no one else puts in a better offer!  It’s hard not to think about every day and still keep my heart guarded (and not be moving in with my thoughts!).  The property checks off nearly every one of our “wants” so if this place isn’t for us, I cannot wait to see what else God would have for us!

Included in my checklist of desired features (along with a mountain view and fireplace) is a wrap around porch.  And yessssss …. this place has it!!  Gah!  Again, I am trying not to get too excited, but how can I not?!?  Any which way, I’ve been thinking a lot about that porch and here are only SOME of the dreamy inspiring porches that have my head spinning!


/1.  clean and white  /2. comfort with rattan  /3. the coziness of a fireplace  /4. hammock swing  /5. hammocks with a view  /6. al fresco all the time

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  • April 27, 2016 - 3:31 pm

    our [lately] in pictures. » Sarah Nadine Blog - […] to drive, we’ve been getting OUT to say the very least!  Additionally, as I mentioned in a previous post, we are in a unique situation and there is a very high *possibility* that we could soon be moving […]ReplyCancel

PIN1. I LOVE the show Fixer Upper like nobody’s business.  There, I said it.

2. Being able to drive is a privilege I never want to take for granted.  Not driving for 6 weeks reminds you of that.

3. I need to talk with my grandmas more.  I need to compile a list of things I want to know about them.

4. Having a broken foot, getting h1n1, and breastfeeding all while taking care of a sick husband and 3 sons … not the most winning of combinations.

5. The fact that it actually felt like spring this month is again a miracle.  I could get used to liking this season called spring.

6. God really is out to take care of me and all my needs.  Regardless of what is going on, He is there (whether I acknowledge Him or not) keeping my best interests close.  He is such a good, good Father.

7. You can plant daffodil bulbs really deep in fall then not only will they surface the next spring, but also, the spring following that one (surprise, Sarah).

8. Not that it was new to me this month, but I was reminded of the great support system around me with friends and family, but nothing beats the anchor my husband has been – especially lately.

9. For being so anti “e-reading” (I love books – holding, smelling, feeling, reading them), I have been loving getting through books on my iPad.  Something I never thought I would say …

10. Finishing knitting projects with kids around is not for the faint of heart.  Still trekking along on my scarf(!).


pic pix: the monthly planner I am in love with, Mar.2016, at home

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  • April 11, 2016 - 5:56 pm

    Calista - I have a crocheting project that I have yet to start. I’ll get there, but I have until May 19th to do it! That’s the date when it needs to be in Hawaii for my nephew’s first birthday by, so I’d better get hopping!

    March sounds like quite a month for you and yours and I hope you are all on the mend. I am thankful your rock of a husband is standing by your side. xo xo xoReplyCancel

    • April 11, 2016 - 10:38 pm

      sarah nadine - let’s just say, it’s a month/season that we are happy to be through! thankfully, we are doing MUCH better now – especially now with a bit of freedom and our sun shining weather 🙂
      i find the projects that i don’t give away are the ones that get put on the back burner (i.e. this scarf!). i’m trying to finish it before i start another knitting project (even though i’ve already bought the yarn for it, ha!). i hope you get yours done in time.
      thanks for always coming around to see what’s going on over here … look forward to your comments! xoReplyCancel