A Little Bit of Bonnaroo.

"Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us..."
Ephesians 3:20 
He can do IMMEASURABLY MORE. Let that sink in for a minute. I don't think I believe this most of the time. My mind is so small, yet I think I've got it all figured out. I truly have no idea what He can do. I've got to stop limiting His work in my life. 


Here are some photos I took on the way to Bonnaroo and on the first day. Most of my days were filled with music and fun so I didn't take too many pictures. Enjoy! 

 Nantahala River 

 RV Campground 

What I wore on the first day. 

Urban Outfitters shorts; Anthropologie belt; shirt from Bohemian in Columbia, SC; sunglasses from Urban Outfitters 

Have a great day! 


Music Tuesday: Rayland Baxter.

In their hearts humans plan their course,
    but the Lord establishes their steps.
Proverbs 16:9
I loved reading this verse this morning. I'm pretty sure I had it taped to my mirror freshman year in college. I saw it almost every day, but today I saw something new. I see the Lord building a staircase. He ESTABLISHES our steps. We cannot take a step He hasn't established. How comforting is that? He goes before us. He paves the way. We might think we are planning our lives, we might know what we want to do with this time on earth, but we cannot take a step He hasn't created. And He knows what's best for us, He created us!


So I have returned from Bonnaroo. It was such an awesome experience. I saw so many incredible musicians. I also had some of the best people-watching in my life.
One of the musicians I heard (thanks to Taylor for telling me about him) is this guy, Rayland Baxter. He is so talented and has such beautiful lyrics. Please check him out!

Have a wonderful day!


Zig Zags.

"Surely God is my salvation;
    I will trust and not be afraid.
The Lord, the Lord himself, is my strength and my defense;
    he has become my salvation.”
Isaiah 12:2
Trust, trust, trust, trust. It's like He's drilling it into my head. But my head is made of steel. Amazing how He's right there and I still don't trust. I've always been a do-it-myself kind of person. I can handle it, don't worry God. I got this. It took me a while to realize I really don't. Lately, every single morning this is what He has been saying to me. I think it's because He knows it can be my biggest struggle. And from trusting in Him comes everything else. Lord, teach me to trust you. 

My sister and I took these photos in the rain. It was just a drizzle but as soon as we were done the bottom fell out. I think it made the light absolutely perfect, though. I wore this to my internship yesterday. Perks of working at an art gallery. 

photos by my sister

necklace-- H&M (old) 
skirt-- Anthropologie 
sandals-- Michael Kors (old) 
sunglasses-- Urban Outfitters 



“He himself bore our sins” in his body on the cross, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; “by his wounds you have been healed.” 
1 Peter 2:24

This is the Gospel. He is the only thing worth living for. He is the only One worth our time, our lives. I know this in my head, but it's so much harder to let this transform my heart. 

 So I've been gone quite a while. Sorry about that. The month of May was much more eventful than I could have imagined. I hope to be more consistent this month. I'm home now, interning at a fantastic company. Learning tons. And I get to wear awesome outfits to work. I hope I will get to share them with you. Anyways, I wore this to the mall the other night. 

shirt-- from Francesca's 
shoes-- Kork Ease 

Have a wonderful Monday!