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- Crushed 5 miles today on the bike. This is what I call a #nonscalevictory !! I wanted to stop right around 3.5 miles, just because I was tired. But I didn’t. I am going to push myself toward my goals and not stop until I reach them. I know I’m capable just got to get ahead of that mental barrier. #boobsweatisreal #sorrynotsorry
- Google search: "How to draw cotton candy"
- ROMA 🇮🇹.
Well, that was QUITE the trip. Emotional, breathtaking, hard AF some of the time (well, most of the time) and pretty darn delish. Now we need a #vacay from our vacay as we are jet-lagged to shit and kinda glad we’re back to the comfort of our own home (which we never thought we’d say after all our years of travel looking back at our @placesyoucango times ☺️) It’s definitely WAY harder than we ever imagined having a pretty packed schedule: Rome - Sorrento - Florence - Rome in ten days with a 6 hour time difference and a 16 month old that has no idea what’s happening to his little body 🥴. •
Will probably be spamming insta with pics from our trip for the next few weeks #sorrynotsorry ❤️ #colosseum #internationaltravelwithkids #italy #europetrip #familyvacay
- Touche Hump Day, touche🤦♀️
- Hallo Ihr Schnutis 🙋♀️
Jaja ich sitze gerade auf der Couch und denk mir gerade so, Geschirr steht noch, die #klopapierrolle wird auch noch keiner gewechselt haben. Gesaugt, gewischt hab ich heute auch nicht und der Müll 🤦♀️💆♀️
An manchen Tagen denk ich mir, boa der #teenager könnte ja schon mal mehr machen🤷♀️
Aber sie sind ja auch noch irgendwo #kinder 😊 klar ein paar Aufgaben hat jeder im #haushalt aber wir sollten die #kids auch ihre #kindheit genießen lassen.
Ps. ABER DAS MIT DEM KLOPAPIER HASSE ICH TATSÄCHLICH! 💆♀️😂 #sorrynotsorry
Haben eure Kinder egal in welchem Alter auch Aufgaben im Haushalt? Oder macht ihr alles?
Einen schönen Abend wünsche ich euch ihr Schnutis❤️
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- 𝘋𝘪𝘴𝘤𝘭𝘢𝘪𝘮𝘦𝘳 about to overload your feed with my 𝘌𝘶𝘳𝘰𝘱𝘦 trip #sorrynotsorry
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- May 21st. I will always have a love/hate relationship with this day. In 2016 it was the day I graduated from college. But in 2018 it became the day I tore my ACL. At 7:48pm to be exact. I only know cause my watch took a screen shot when I hit the ground. I woke up that morning and I had no idea. I didn’t know what was about to unfold. But God did and I’m so thankful He didn’t tell me cause I would have resisted what He wanted to do, 100%. I’m sure of that because that’s how my post injury journey began. I found myself fighting hard not to cry all the time and it would be a while before I would willingly open my Bible on my own or raise my hands in worship. I didn’t know how to process why God would allow a step of faith to turn out like this but what I did know was that the enemy was trying hard to get me to believe that God had dissed me. If he could get me to believe that then he could have his way with me. So I begged God to show me that following Him and His plan was worth it. I knew it deep down but it was being contradicted by what I I was seeing and feeling. The next few months would be humbling, a complete breaking of my will and pride, but God showed up and graciously began to answer my prayer (literally within days). And He has continued to do so even now. He has faithfully provided for every single detail at just the right time (seriously if I told you, it would blow your mind). As I watched Him work and move every piece into place, He began to soften my heart and gave me a renewed desire for Him and His word. Promises written on colorful sticky notes, stuck to my windowsill became the strength I needed to get through each day. I rediscovered the power of worship music in changing my mood and attitude and how it provided words to pray when I couldn’t come up with my own. I became more aware of just how determined the enemy is to deceive and destroy and with that, God gave me people. People that stood with me, fought with me, and prayed for me. They encouraged me, listened to me, pointed me to Jesus, and helped me to keep showing up. Most importantly, I learned... continued in comments...