the girls are getting ready this morning to head back to school.
i have no idea what they're gonna wear because i'm certain
all of our clothes are in a pile waiting on me in my laundry room.
yesterday was a holiday for them
& today is back to reality.
i'll be honest ya'll, i hope we'll still be friends
& ya'll will stick around with me because it's gonna
take me a few posts
or atleast a few days
to unpack what occured in my little world this past weekend.
(& because i captured the entire weekend on my iphone
not my wonderful camera...so i apologize in advance for any blurry shots!)
my friend sibi...
i'm having a hard time coming up with words for how much i love & respect this woman.
so that'll be one post.
ya'll. she's the real deal.
if i could pick only 3 blogs to read, actually 2 blogs,
she'd be on that list...& has been.
that'll be another post.
the powerful stories of jane & sarah blew me away.
the worship was beautiful.
the stories of the women i met,
& the online friends that i'm now real life friends with
the list goes on.
since talking about shopping doesn't require much mental effort
i'll start with that!
we headed out early friday morning & drove to Franklin Tennessee.
i've wanted to visit Franklin for years.
i lived in Nashville as a little girl, but since that was 428 years ago,
i don't remember much.
the music city is home to many famous musicians
& so is the charming town of Franklin.
we were on the look out for Keith Urban & Taylor Swift
and during lunch, we were certain there were several music talks, things, intereviews
whatever they're called, going on around us.
we didn't have long to shop but found a couple shops that i fell in love with.
could you die?
in the immortal words of sibi, rapture me up right now!
savannah was out of town & sadly couldn't join us.
we took our sweet abby & warned her that we were kinda boring
& that someone may or may not snore friday night
crammed her in the suburban
& then proceeded to feed her fast food all weekend.
i'm sure she had the time of her life.
the town was so darn cute
& driving by pastures with gorgeous southern homes
& fields of horses....
i've officially added Franklin to my list of possible future hometowns!
it was priceless to have my girls & my sweet man with me
sibi & i have a handful of phone calls planned to catch up
& relive the weekend.
so i promise i'll be back with some details & stories
of how great our God is!!