Alright, friends--open floor plans: love 'em or hate 'em? In our last major house re-do, we made a veeery open floor plan. The kitchen was open to the living and dining area. We loved that in some ways--it was great for entertaining and hanging out during meal times ✔️✔️ But if I had to list one of the major reasons we chose to move out of that house, it's that I could hear my husband getting ice when I was trying to put our first new baby to bed. LIKE THE ICE GETTING WOULD WAKE HER UP 🙅🏼 Nope. No sir.
But in this Old Girl, the kitchen is at the back of the house, with doorways on either side of the fireplace that lead into the dining room. A little isolated sometimes, maybe, but right now it's nap time and I'm getting ice up a storm and just stomping around and blasting 90's boy band hits sooo...maybe the separation isn't so bad? 🤷🏼♀️🤔 OR maybe it's just that "I Want it That way"?! 🤗 😬😬 Happy weekend-eve, friends!
“Then Mary took a twelve-ounce jar of expensive perfume made from essence of nard, and she anointed Jesus’ feet with it, wiping His feet with her hair. The house was filled with the fragrance.” (John 12:3) .
This worship narrative tells the story of a woman’s extravagance as she breaks open a year’s worth of wages packaged in glimmering and tawny alabaster – a symbolic jar that represented her heart’s posture towards Jesus. Mary gifts Him her Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The room is filled with the fragrance of her January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December. The entire year of worship accounted for in that bottle, representing her entire life, now broken open as a fragrant offering to her beautiful Saviour and precious King. The scriptures make it clear that, for her, there was no gift too great or cost too high for her restorer.....(download this full devotional with the link in bio.) art print of Mary of Bethany The Bountiful available in art shop!
NovaThreads are here are we're excited to share this new procedure with you.
NovaThreads are Hypodermic needles that come loaded with absorbable sutures.
As seen here, the sutures are inserted under the skin and left there, where the body will reabsorb within 4-6 months. In the meantime, the skin begins to repair itself around the sutures and produce new collagen, helping to restore a youthful look and shape to your face.
To find out more about this procedure, please give us a call at (205) 588-7000. We can't wait to show off the results of this non-invasive face-lifting procedure!