Before I move on to my Sunday Currently, I thought I'd share some of Verily's Daily Doses that have been speaking to me. I love each one of these so very much. I can feel my mood lifting just reading through these words.
Reading Gone With The Wind. At long last! I'm not sure how it has escaped my grasp up until now. It's beautiful and I'm loving it.
Writing this post, and that's all for now.
Listening to early morning crickets chirping outside.
Thinking too hard. I'm an over-thinker (to a serious fault) and I'm still learning ways to just shut my mind down for awhile. It's exhausting and un-productive to think so hard all the time.
Smelling fresh coffee. We are out of tea and expecting some more any day in the mail, which means I get to resort to coffee for a few days (which is really a treat).
Wishing for a trip with one of my good girlfriends who lives in San Francisco. We had some really great back-and-forth phone calls this weekend and she's one of my favorite people to talk to about life and its many ups and downs. We're hoping for a much-needed girls weekend together this fall.
Hoping that one of my engaged friends has that magical moment when she tries on my wedding veil. I'm going to let her borrow it (assuming she has that moment and it's just right) and it will make me so happy to see her walking down the aisle with the same veil I wore on my wedding day.
Wearing PJs still, and covered in my favorite black and white striped blanket.
Loving the power and hope of prayer.
Wanting so many things that require patience and trust.
Needing a weekend in Atlanta, starting this Friday. I can't wait to visit my little brother and two of my best girlfriends.
Feeling peaceful and rested at this moment, and hoping that the moodiness of the past week is gone.
Clicking on information for this sweet little Georgian town. I think we'll spend some of this weekend here. My little brother has been in Atlanta all summer for an internship and it would be neat for him to see a different, more rural side of Georgia. Plus, I can more easily pretend I'm in Scarlett O'Hara's Georgia in a town like this than in a town like Atlanta.
Linking up with Lauren.