Weekend Links

When a Father Loves His Daughters

Get Fired Up :: How To Make Things Happen, Vol 1

monster's university

My boys have already seen Monster’s University twice. Once back in May (I KNOW, right?! Disney showed it to all the families at the Social Media Mom’s conference 6 weeks early and to this day my boys say it was a highlight of the trip!) and again with their cousins. I LOVE summer releases!

Duke Grad Student Secretly Lived In a Van to Escape Loan Debt

Embracing Wabi-Sabi

  My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter

Simple Thoughts on Faith & Leaving

couch-in-studyHow to See Hidden Clutter


god-sized dreams

Winner of the Holley Gerth giveaway from DaySpring is Emily (I sent you an email this morning)::

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Didn’t win? use code DREAM25 for 25% off of Holley’s items through tomorrow, June 30th.


I’m choosing to see my house differently–talking about that over here at (in)courage.

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  1. Celeste says:

    I think maybe a summery canvas for over the fireplace would be fun. Itching to try something, but just lacking energy while teaching summer school. When does vacation start?

  2. I love the Weekend links. Plus, I miss the Nest Files.


  3. Once again you have outdone yourself!! LOVED the wabi sabi article. It truly moved me, then I see your imperfectly folded laundry sitting on your couch (just like at my house) and burst out laughing!!!
    Thank you for your wonderful observations of life!

  4. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy these weekend links – they’re funny, thought-provoking and interesting, and I would never have stumbled on them on my own. Thanks so much for taking the time to find and post these treasures.

  5. Beautiful post with great links. I love the Emily message at the end- xo Diana

  6. Aw that pink and white toddler dress is so pretty!

  7. OmG, we have the same imaginary toddler daughter! I fell in love with this child/dress/hat/fabric the minute I saw it on pinterest!!

  8. When a father loves his daughters made me cry! then, I was lifted into laughter at the imaginary toddler daughter…oh my gosh, that was too much!!!

  9. thank you for sharing the link to my post on “embracing wabi-sabi” – i’m glad you and your readers have enjoyed it! (and what a great space you’ve created here – i’ll have to have a look around!)

    have a great long weekend!

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