10.23.2015

Everyday Blessings // 39


>> having encouraging conversations with customers
>> submitting a manuscript
>> planning a surprise party for one of my sister's birthdays (above pic is from that day)
>> writing my Christmas wishlist
>> cherry pop tarts
>> my newest movie poster (Jurassic World, because Chris Pratt)
>> new jeans from American Eagle that fit perfectly
>> unplanned movie nights with a bestie
>> discovering new rap artists (and absolutely loving them)
>> White Chocolate Blackberry mocha
>> starting a new Bible study
>> buying my ticket to Peru!!
>> inspiration
>> girl nights
>> fresh, clean towels
>> ordering pizza at my work
>> scratching things off my bucket list
>> Young Living essential oils
>> a new blog design is in the works!
>> Green Tea London Fog
>> daily encouraging verses from dear friends
>> the relief of admitting to not being okay
>> making new memories
>> three fundraisers planned for the Peru trip
>> starting a new book
>> actually having time to read
>> this autumn weather
>> today is day #39 of my sabbatical

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How has your October been so far?  Anything you're looking forward to in these last couple of weeks?

7 comments:

  1. You and you sister look like twins?! Y'all look gorgeous! Beautiful faces! I love your blog and, you are such a blessing and encouragement to me! Praise God for Ms. Raquel!

    #Proverbs31:10
    #2Corinthians5:17

    -Anya S.

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    1. haha thank you, Anya!
      Thank you! Blessings!

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  2. That's awesome you submitted a manuscript and are going on a mission trip to Peru! I also went on a mission trip there a few years back, and I loved every minute of it!

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    1. Thanks! Really? Which part? What ministry did you go with?

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  3. Mmm, I totally second you on American Eagle jeans, and fresh towels, and spontaneous plans with friends. And you seriously can't go wrong with PopTarts!

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  4. Once again, this is a lovely post, Raquel. Someday I *need* to buy some new movie posters. I used to have a video store about 10-15 minutes from me that sold them for a $1 (though they were just one-sided, I didn't care), but it's closed now. *sad face* Now I have to get them on line for a lot more. Depending on the movie, they're worth it though. ;)

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