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5 things I’m grateful for this week

1. God’s provision in every area of my life, from flights to medical bills to jobs, God knows about them and takes care of them

2. Good music. We live just next to Asheville, NC and constantly have awesome bands come to play. Tonight we’re going to see Need to Breathe at The Orange Peel and in October we’re hitting Moogfest (Jonsi, MGMT, School of Seven Bells, Mutemath and Bonobo are just a few of the acts I’m excited to see!).

3. Great friends and family. Life would be very lonely and boring without the giggles sent to me by people all over the world.

4. Time away. Often ministry (especially when paired with a secular job) can be very physically, spiritually and emotionally draining so I am extremely grateful for time away to relax, spend time with my man and God in a different setting (= refreshing!).

5. My husband. God has blessed me SO much with an amazing man who loves God, loves me and loves food and music (WOOHOO) in that order. He is my best friend and everyday I thank God for him.

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Soundtrack to my Week

You Are Mine by Mutemath (sorry about the Twilight video, it was the only one with good enough sound!)

– Caskets by Damien Jurado (Have just discovered this guy – very indie, love it.)

Mowbray Kaap by Freshly Ground (An amazing band from Cape Town, this song reminds me so much of home!)

The Calculation by Regina Spektor (I think I will always love Regina Spektor)

The Only One I Know by Robbie Williams

Soundtrack to my Week

– The Little Things by Colbie Caillat

Lovers in Japan/Reign of Love by Coldplay

– Typical by Mutemath

New in Town by Little Boots

Skinny Love by Bon Iver

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