It is my pleasure to share fun and formative things with you all in the midst of this pandemic that we find ourselves in. Here are some of my favorite finds from this week, and feel free to comment below your favorites from the week.
This delightful Instagram account following the recipes and cooking adventures of Jonathan Holmes and his daughters is more than worth sharing. Holmes is a Christian writer and counselor that I have been following for a few years after reading the book that he wrote on friendship: The Company We Keep: In Search of Biblical Friendship. He just started this new account featuring his four adorable daughters, and the recipes and cooking tips that they share are worth the follow on Instagram, and you get to see a sweet family cooking together.
I've been enjoying these short animation clips of Olaf in a series fittingly named "At Home With Olaf". This one is particularly fun and restful as Olaf enjoys a sunrise.
I was playing some music for Thea this week, when this song popped up on the shuffle play. If you know me, you know that I love a good dance beat and dance number, and this song has both! I'll be honest: after hearing this song and watching the music video, I watched its corresponding Disney Channel movies: Zombies and Zombies 2. I was delightfully surprised by these tv movies, and I confess that I loved them! I guess you're never too old to enjoy a Disney Channel movie. Also, this song has been stuck in my head repeatedly. You have been warned! (But it's gooooood).
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5. From the Archives: Lay It All on Christ
Have you ever gone back and read something that you wrote several years ago, and you were like, "Woah, I wrote that?" That's how I feel when I go back and read some of the posts on this blog. One thing I love about blogging is that everything I write is like a little time capsule, and what impacted me several years ago might impact someone else years from now. So here's a little gem from the archives: how the song "Lay It All On Me" by Ed Sheeran points to the gospel.
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