If we were having coffee I would tell you that I can’t get enough of it lately. I wish I could drink it all day long. I’ve even bought decaf coffee to switch over to when I’ve had too much caffeine. I’d also ask how many cups you normally drink a day because I’m still deciding what’s okay for me to drink.

If we were having coffee I’d tell you all about how I felt like God was being so silent in my life but then unleashed so many blessings in about a weeks time. I’ve been struggling with my relationship with Him since getting married but finally have felt the fuel to the fire being relit and it makes me so so happy. How do you get out of those types of seasons?

If we were having coffee I’d tell you that for the first time ever I’m actually a little bit excited for summer to be over. I realized this year that fall is always a time of passion for me. I think it’s just the cooler air in the mornings and evenings but it makes me so excited for the start of a new season and being able to re-start all the things I’ve failed in the previous season – like eating health and working out.

If we were having coffee I’d ask you how you stick to your workout schedule. I need all the tips because it seems no matter how hard I try I just cannot stick to a consistent schedule and I’m tired of making excuses and saying I’ll start really being serious about it later. I feel like it will never happen if I don’t start now. So please tell me all the tips. I need them.

If we were having coffee I’d tell you that I still am trying to find the time for all of the things that I like to do since being married. I am starting little by little to find the right times to do things like blogging. How was the transition period for you if you’re married?

Linking up with Amber @ Mr Thomas and Me.

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  • I’m always excited for summer to be over. 😉 FALL FO’ LIFE.

    • hahah fall is really starting to grow on me….. there’s just something in the air!

  • Oh the work of learning routines in marriage. I remember waking up a few months after we married and wondering how I was EVER going to learn how to be a wife and a person all at the same time…. But it just happens and the time irons itself out. 🙂 It feels SO LONG in the season of transition, but I promise it will come to feel like a blip on the radar of life.

    Isn’t the moment He breaks the silence (or what you think is silence) so blessed? Such a joyful, abundant moment that I wish I could bottle and celebrate FOR ALL MY DAYS. 🙂

    Love having you around each month sweet friend!

    • I absolutely love how you worded that! “wondering how I was EVER going to learn how to be a wife and person all at the same time”. That is EXACTLY how I’ve been feeling but couldn’t figure out how to express it. The encouragement means the world to me too btw.

      And I so agree, the moment of Him breaking the silence is just so sweet. Wishing it was always that easy to connect.

      Thanks for having me each month! 🙂

  • Oh the work of learning routines in marriage. I remember waking up a few months after we married and wondering how I was EVER going to learn how to be a wife and a person all at the same time…. But it just happens and the time irons itself out. 🙂 It feels SO LONG in the season of transition, but I promise it will come to feel like a blip on the radar of life.

    Isn’t the moment He breaks the silence (or what you think is silence) so blessed? Such a joyful, abundant moment that I wish I could bottle and celebrate FOR ALL MY DAYS. 🙂

    Love having you around each month sweet friend!