Radio Silence


Hello Everyone! I am so sorry for the radio silence over the past week! I took a trip to Albany, GA last week to visit my Godmother, and did not realize I would be without internet. But I am back now and excited to share with you about some recent gallivanting! 

My Godmother is one of my most favorite people in the entire world, and I have been blessed in a million ways by her presence in my life and the Godly wisdom she has imparted to me over the years. I was so excited to be able to sneak up to visit her last week at her family's plantation and being with her truly felt like being home. I am beginning to love Pensacola, but it was still refreshing to be away for a bit. We were able to ride everyday, which was such a treat for me (if you know me you know what a big role horses and riding have played in my life) and just being outside all the time was good for my soul. Not to mention, Flynn was in heaven! 

I had the best time, but was also so happy to see my husband on friday when I got home. We spent saturday together and then he got back to the grind of studying while I prepared for the arrival of three of my best friends from college. SO exciting! Danielle, Abbey, and Cat arrived yesterday, and we have a fun week of Pensy-themed activities planned. The weather doesn't look great, but I am excited to share with you how we get creative with our time together. There truly is nothing like being reunited with some of your dearest friends, it is so grounding. I am so grateful for them. 

As always, thanks for checking in! Happy Gallivanting!

xoxo

Emily 

ps. A few of my favorite pics from Georgia below..I couldn't get over how beautiful the purple clover field was. Such a lovely sign of Spring.

Please excuse the poor Iphone quality. This is one my favorite little horses there ever was. His name is Rusty.

Please excuse the poor Iphone quality. This is one my favorite little horses there ever was. His name is Rusty.