I’m not sure how we got here, but here we are.  And, I’m so happy you stopped by. I’ve been feeling the Lord pull at my heart strings for quite some time to write. So here I am, ready to share my heart, and I’m excited to have you here with me.

I’m Erin. Kentucky born and raised. I’m a lover of all things southern, sweet, and sentimental. I fell in love with Jesus at the young of seven. Even as a child, I understood the great amount of love He has for us, and I knew I had to know Him more. I have a huge family. I got my love of cooking and keeping house from my momma and my 2 aunts. We are a big southern family, where Macaroni and Cheese is a staple at every occasion, and butter is the secret ingredient in almost everything on the table.

Fast forward a few years. In 2010, I graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor’s Degree.  I didn’t know until after I had already graduated and moved to TN that I had actually met my husband while I was a student at WKU. It was in Theatre Appreciation, room number 207 in the Fine Arts Center on the hill at WKU. He needed an outlet for his laptop, and the Lord knew I needed him. We were first friends for five years, and now he’s been my husband for a little over two – Now, I must say friends make great husbands.

We currently reside in Bowling Green, Kentucky where Gregg was born and raised. He is an Insurance Agent, and I work at a church. We live in a little bungalow, and I spend most of my extra time decorating every corner. I love my home, and I love spending time making it a home. So follow along with me. This blog will be a compilation of everything from dealing with anxiety, to organizing, to what I’ve learned so far about being a wife, and how to decorate your mantle for each holiday on a budget.

I believe we all have a story. I believe that on the other side of pain is purpose. I’m just an ordinary girl who loves Jesus, loves a good cup of coffee, and a weekly trip to Target. I have a passion for the worriers, because I am one. I so desperately want to encourage others to press into Jesus-no matter the season or situation. So grab a cup of coffee or a glass or sweet tea, and read along.