New Series!...and our Chicago Trip!

Wednesday, April 8, 2015 I have a couple of ideas for a blog series that I plan on writing over the next few weeks. 

The first one is going to be about iconic women, both in history and in our day and age. 
There are so many to talk about, and we can gain so much from them. It actually took me awhile to just pick a few to choose from. I ended up picking my favorites :))
I'll be including Audrey Hepburn (but of course!), Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe, and Jackie Kennedy to name a few. I'm sure there will be others.  These classy, beautiful ladies still have a lot for us in this day and age. I'm excited to spend more time learning about them and writing about them.

The other idea I had seemed kind of silly at the time, but I decided to go for it.
It is based on my view that...


I'll be writing posts about all of the Disney Princesses, one by one, and what life lessons they teach us. And even as adults, there are a lot of things we can dig into and discover. Many things about Disney Princesses can still inspire us, if we are willing to keep an open mind.
I'll be starting with the earliest princess, Snow White, and going all the way through the line up until I get to Frozen. This one is gonna be fun!

So keep an eye out for these series.
They won't be every post I write...just a couple times a week.

Moving on...
Over this past weekend...
John-David and I had ourselves a little adventure in the Windy City of Chicago. It was a bit chilly, but a beautiful sunny day! We went to see the Bean, Navy Pier, and I got to see where the Joffery Ballet is! And of course I did a dance post...just because I can't take a trip without doing that :))

It was a great day...and it was nice to spend that time together.

I hope everyone is enjoying their week! Any prayer requests? Feel free to share them!


  1. Fun! And I love that you ask for prayer requests. :) I grew up just a couple of hours away from Chicago, but haven't spent a ton of time. I'd love to go and explore like you guys. My husband went to college in Wheaton right outside Chicago, so he'd be a good tour guide :)

  2. p.s. I love your iconic women series idea!