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amuuurica

Today I had to go run some errands in the states, we live just 10 minutes from the border so I love going across the border to get cheaper and more exciting groceries! On the highway I saw this deer just laying in between the lanes, trapped between all the traffic, it was sooo pretty, I wish I could have helped him across..

When I’m in bellingham I usually rush from store to store and get back across before the lineup gets too long… But today I decided to take it easy! I didn’t have anything I had to be back for this afternoon so i spent my time wondering around target, putting things in my cart, and then putting them back on the shelves once i convinced myself i didn’t need it! I drove past a beautiful cemetery so i stopped to take some photos. I even stopped at my favourite Rocket Doughnuts on the way back, mmmmm (can you see the JUMBO doughnut thats out of focus underneath)!

All glory

I just downloaded the King’s Kaleidoscope Christmas ep “Joy has dawned” (which I highly reccommend downloading, esceially for only $4!) and the song “All glory be to christ” came on, and I was so absorbed by it! Listening to the lyrics with such awesome meaning, it set my focus on the one I love, rather than all the easy distractions of what we make christmas.

Should nothing of our efforts stand, No legacy survive, Unless the Lord does raise the house, In vain its builders strive. 

To you who boast tomorrow’s gain, Tell me what is your life, A mist that vanishes at dawn, All glory be to Christ! 

All glory be to Christ our king! All glory be to Christ! His rule and reign will ever sing, All glory be to Christ!

(photo from our weekend in beautiful whistler, bc)

Christmas baking

Every year my mom, my sister, and I have a full day of christmas baking! It’s a christmas tradition, we mark it on our calendars in advance, my mom gives us “baking day presents”, and we put on cute vintage aprons. We start in the morning making batches of shortbread, dipping pretzels in chocolate, watching “Eloise at Christmas” and drinking tea… Then many hours later we finish the day icing cookies, cleaning the disaster of a kitchen we just created and drinking margaritas. Then I walk home and David sneaks cookies for the rest of the night! 

I’m One!

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