Last weekend I did a wine tasting with my small group girlfriends in downtown Grapevine at D'Vine Wine. We had such a blast! I just love these girls and feel so blessed that God has brought them into my life. We missed the three that weren't able to make it and love them too! They are such an answer to prayer!
(sorry for the zombie eyes!!)
On that day, 50% of the proceeds from wine tastings went to support Golden Retriever Rescue of North Texas. This is the organization through which Kevin got our sweet little (but big!) Riley....or as we call her "Riley Cakes". Isn't she adorable?!
This week, my sister, Lauren, sent me this adorable photo of my 3.5 month old niece, Kassidy. Isn't she so stinking adorable??? I just had to share it with you all!
I don't normally brag but I'm going to for a second. Ok maybe I did in #2 about my niece already. Ha! Before Kevin left for Arizona, he bought me flowers! Aren't they so pretty? I'm a lucky girl! And I'm posting a photo of him looking mighty handsome along with it.
This week I made Cilantro Lime Chicken Tacos using my Crockpot! I used this recipe from Six Sisters' Stuff, bought some corn tortillas, shredded a little cheese, cut up an avocado and we made them into tacos! You may have to scroll down that post a bit to get to the Cilantro Lime Chicken with Corn and Black Beans. We also added a little of the awesome Fuzzy's Taco Sauce. They were delicious!
Caroline over at In Due Time had a really great post this week about "taking captive" your negative thoughts. She was talking about Philippians 4:8 and the thoughts that the Lord does want us to have.
The Lord really convicted me while reading this post. This is so hard for me. I mean, how often does a negative thought come across your mind? And more so...how often do you verbalize that negative thought? I know it happens for me in the form of complaining. I've really started praying and asking God to take those thoughts captive (2 Corinthians 10:5). I'm really trying to be aware of when these thoughts come through my mind and ask God to take them away.
Have a wonderful weekend, folks!!!