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10.10.2020

This post is not sponsored, even if it was – the opinions will always be my own. How it works: First things first, you have to make an account. Then you will order a “Clean Out Kit”. This kit comes in the mail (no charge!), fill it with all the “gently” used items you no longer want. It’s seriously so simple. I did love this…

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Soco Falls

01.10.2020

Spontaneous should be my middle name. There are few things I like more then breaking out of our routine. Today, the girls ditched the naps and we went on a little day trip to Maggie Valley. I have a bucket list of hikes and places I would like to do this year. I’ve been working on this list for a while now andddddd I’m hoping…

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humbling bumbling bee

03.24.2019

Y’all might have noticed I deleted my blog post last week. More people probably didn’t notice or care, but I do. I had wrote a post sharing some of my favorite accessories that I’m loving right now. And if you had read my IG caption everything from photos, losing my phone, the camera remote not working, and then yesterday realizing the remote is now MIA)–…

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Some of my favorite things

03.11.2019

I use to read like it was going out of style. I loved it, and could pick up a book and finish it in a day, no problem. When I had the girls, I put reading on the back burner and then pretty much quit reading all together. Last year, I set a goal to read 5 books, which isn’t a lot but I did…

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This is my testimony.

03.04.2019

Starting a blog is weird. There’s no instructions. No one holding your hand and guiding you. You’re literally flying by the seat of your pants. You can get on Pinterest and literally read until you come to the end of the internet, and still be just as confused or maybe even a little more confused than when you started. I’m here to say, I don’t…

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Humbly Be.

02.24.2019

Humility. Not my strong suit. The good thing about recognizing your weaknesses is that it enables change. 2 Corinthians 12:3, “ My grace is sufficient for thee; for my strength is made perfect in weakness.” Can I just stop and say Amen? Is it not so cool, that God uses our faults to make us stronger in Him? I challenge you to write down the…

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soul food

02.16.2019

God’s promises. It’s soul food. Nourishment. His promises sustain our hearts. Keeps us strong. In the book of Psalm, David says, “thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee.” Memorizing scripture is so important, it keeps our hearts on the right path. I’ve learned that when I’m going through a difficult time or struggling with something, it’s a…

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sing it from the mountains

02.04.2019

Alrighty, I am so excited to share my second stone with y’all. Praise & Worship! It’s always been my favorite part of church. I mean, I love all of church, so don’t get me wrong but when we are singing and praising God I feel so overwhelmed and homesick for Heaven. I cannot wait to enter those gates and sing FOREVERMORE. This might seem like…

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Twelve Stones

01.27.2019

About 3 years ago, a pastor at my old church had a message that has stuck with me so vividly. I’m sure everyone has had moments like that, the ones that just stand out. This message had a “take home assignment” and maybe I’ll share why I never did the homework in another post. But here I am 3 years later and just now starting.…

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Intentional Closet

01.15.2019

I think every girl has walked into their closet and said, “I have nothing to wear.” Even though your closet is literally busting at the seams. I know, I see you. And I’ve been there, done that. Last year, I was done feeling that way and had been reading all about capsule wardrobes and I wanted that so badly. And now a year later I…

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Hey y'all! I'm so happy you made your way to The Humbling Bee. I'm Denise and this is my small town story.

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