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Yummy Fall Recipes!

I feel like it has been FOREVER since I posted on this ol' thing! 

David and I have so much fun cooking together. It's actually one his favorite things to do! How lucky am I to have a husband that likes to cook? Beeeeecause... well..

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Life + FaithMadison Nelson
Who Are You Not To Be?

Hi friends!

It has been a crazy week coming home to Dallas and getting settled back in our apartment. We have officially been married for two months, we've only been home together a few weeks out of those two months, we are heading into the final weeks of our lease - not sure where we will be living yet - and trying to make grown-up decisions that most people have planned out a year in advance... but... that's just not who we are. Jesus take the wheel.

We actually enjoy the unknown. It has always been the place where...

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Best. Day. Ever.

June 9, 2017. Our Wedding Day. The Best Day Ever.

Where do I even begin. 

I was never one of those girls who dreamt of a big, beautiful wedding all of my life. I only ever dreamt of marrying my best friend. Believe it or not, David was actually the one who requested that we even have a wedding! The one thing I was certain of was that I... Read more...

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Wandering in Wonder

I am not even sure how long it’s been since I’ve written on here. Months and months. I am officially the worst ‘blogger’ ever. Sooo, let’s just jump right in.

This past year has been a long stretch of mountains and valleys. The mountain tops have been soooooooo beautiful, colorful and full of life. And the valleys so dry and weird and confusing. It’s crazy -even, unfathomable- for me to think of where the Lord has brought me and how He got me here. In Dallas. Engaged to the man of my dreams. Thank you for your wonder, Jesus. Read more...

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Look At What You’ve Done

More than two months have passed since I’ve logged on the blog.

-I lost my grandmother. That was hard. But now she’s dancing again with Papa in Heaven.

-I ran my first marathon. That was hard. But I didn’t die.


-I went back to Haiti and left with all of my bags in tow. That was weird, but I finally don’t wake up feeling like I am supposed to be somewhere else. 

-I spent my first holiday with my love in a new city. That was amazing. And so are new beginnings.

-We found out that my dad’s cancer scans were CLEAR. And that was a miracle.

And that’s just to name a few.

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Life + FaithMadison Nelson