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Friday Likes, Volume I

Every Friday on Instagram I share a snap of some of the photo's I've liked throughout the week and call it #fridaylikes. As I scroll each day, I see glimpses from inspiring and creative ladies, dear friends near and far, as well as many a gal determined to spread the love of Jesus in these square snippets of life. Today I'm sharing the blog version, some of the things I've stumbled upon in recent weeks and just can't get enough of. Are you excited? I know I am.

ONE. My January Project Life kit from Studio Calico came in the mail this week! One of my 2015 goals is to keep an album going this year and to go back to finish 2014. I've subscribed to the monthly kit for almost a year and it certainly curbs my desire to run to the craft store for new goodies. They're coming out with a 9x12 album soon which I can't wait to try, and I'm sure I fill in my 6x8 albums for last year with ease. Be on the look out for more Project Life posts in the near future!

TWO. This couple did a mash up of my two favorite songs on Taylor Swift's new album, and I've been listening to it on repeat. "Blank Space" + "Style" = SO. GOOD.  Give it a listen or ten and tell me what you think!

THREE. This post called 5 Things to Consider Before Posting Online by the author of Keep It Shut. In a world where words are flung too quickly and hurt quite deeply on the internet, this was a much needed perspective shift and reminder.

FOUR. I found this video floating on Twitter earlier this week and it made my night! Maroon 5 crashed a bunch of weddings to make this music video of their song "Sugar" and it is perfection. I wasn't a huge fan back in the day, but Adam Levine has slowly won me over. Also, have you seen Begin Again? He stars opposite Keira Knightley's, and the movie has quickly become one of my favorites.

FIVE. Last night I saw the OSU Theatre Council's production of Gruesome Playground Injuries and loved it! I have seen the show once before, back at Baylor, and was drawn to the story of best friends Doug and Kayleen and their journey through hurts and healing, jumping back and forth between encounters throughout their life. This production was raw and real and spoke so many things to me. And part of me loved taking a seat and watching the lights in the very theatre I'll be performing in this time next month. Ahh!

SIX. Lastly, several spectacular ladies and I are starting to fine-tune a Bible study we'll be launching next month and I cannot wait to give you the details! We just selected a name, a hashtag, and are finishing the structure very soon. Learning about the Lord from ladies I've met over the internet has been such a blessing, and I cannot wait to venture deeper into scripture with you all in the coming months. Stay tuned!

What about you? What are you liking or loving this week?

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