1. Women of Faith is saying farewell. I’m sure you’ve heard about this. If not, they are. It’s understandable, but still a little bittersweet.
Atlanta was their third to last stop, and we went for a girls weekend.
Luci Swindoll, Patsy Clairmont, Building 429, Anita Renfroe, Sheila Walsh, and many others. It’s like a girls night out with a couple thousand strangers, and it’s fabulous.
The winter weather also added a bit of excitement, and we walked through a windy snow flurry night. Naturally, I stop for photo-documentation.
Building 429 rocked the house, and it was humorous to watch him choose his words carefully, remembering he was in an arena full of women. :)
I will say that Nicole Nordeman’s performance was my favorite. She’s been a singer/songwriter at the top of my list since I was in 8th grade. I remember holding my flip phone up to my stereo speakers to record ‘Legacy’ for my ringtone. Ha! She also favorite’d my tweet which, I nerdily confess, made me smile.
2. I went to my first physical therapy appointment for my neck, and was diagnosed with cervical facet syndrome… a fancy way of saying one of the upper joints in my neck is stuck. This means a two-visit a week date with the physical therapist for six weeks, lots of exercises, and hopefully some healing.
3. Reading the Bible chronologically currently has me in Job, and it’s a little disheartening. Thankful for a gracious God, especially in ridiculously tough times.
4. My sister has introduced (corrupted) me to a coffee drink from Dunkin’ Donuts, and I’m in serious trouble. Iced coffee with caramel swirl. It only makes me smile that a new Dunkin’ is going up about 5 miles from my house. *cheesin big*
5. Is it weird that I go through random ups and downs with social media platforms? Some months I’m Instagramming once a day, others I hardly post a photo but am interacting on Twitter like it’s my part time job. So strange. Am I the only one?
That is all. I hope your weekend was a nice one, and that this week is full of moments worth smiling about.