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Gray dress and my tea favorites ♥

Happy Monday, lovelies!

Today’s outfit features this adorable gray dress with polka dots from LaLaRoe, specifically, my friend Jen (@lularoepittsburgh on IG). This dress, called the “Amelia dress” is the perfect length (I’m 5’4″), it’s made from a comfortable, warm material and has such a flattering cut with a cinched waist and free hips. 303 more words

Outfits

Apostle: A Possible Postulate

I’ve been studying the word “apostle” recently.  While I don’t have any “ground-breaking” things to say, I did realize some things that I hadn’t noticed before. 2,561 more words

Bucharest

Taking a Stand

I have several friends who, instead of making New Year’s resolutions, pick one word to be their inspirational, motivational go-to anchoring thought for the year. I’ve never really participated in that openly but this year the Holy Spirit impressed upon me to use the word “stand” as an overriding thought for my 2015. 1,049 more words

Apostolic Thought

Royalmont Academy Saints in D.C. -- Part 2

If you missed Part 1 of Royalmont Academy’s eighth grade students traveling to Washington, D.C., make sure to check it out below.  If you’re ready for the adventure to continue, click… 6 more words

Human Formation

Royalmont Academy Saints travel to Washington, D.C. -- Part 1

Royalmont Academy eighth grade students traveled to Washington, D.C. to learn about the history of our great country and to make history themselves.  Click here… 6 more words

Human Formation

Tending the Garden

I have a background in horticulture as a consultant and residential landscape designer. One of the challenges of dealing with clients when drawing a plan for their yards was the unrealistic expectations people have about their space and the aftercare needed in maintaining a new design. 625 more words

Apostolic Thought

Today’s Sabbath Day Message / January 23-24, 2015 Edition / “Love Hurts To Death”

I’ve tried to show love toward as many people as possible.

I’ve shared whatever little I have had with whomever was in need or distressed regardless of who they were, what they did or if they were Christian or not. 394 more words

Bishop O.W. Prince