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Long story short, this weekend was a spontaneous escape from the city that was much needed from us girls who are all lovers of nature deep down. We went to Seneca Rocks, West Virgina and found this AMAZING house on airbnb at 9pm the night before we were going to leave (yes, it was THAT spontaneous). Seneca House  was the beautiful, unique house we stayed out. Shelly warmly welcomed us into her beautiful home– which she and her friends built from the ground up. She answered our many questions about her life, the house and her handsome dog, Bubba Lou.

We didn’t do much except eat, watch movies and go for a 6 mile trek up the road Seneca House is located on (which was breathtaking, BTW). Doing nothing was exactly what we needed, an escape from reality. It was lovely, with lovely people (and a lovely dog)!



Pick of the Week


Who doesn’t love polaroid pictures? Maybe it’s the fact that the tune of Hey Ya seems to slip into your head and stay there for hours once that Polaroid print is placed in your hand and your urge to “shake it” seems un bearable. But we all must admit how great theses pictures are.

Summer… Not quite here… YET

Welp, summer is not here yet for me… I am spending my days in a cold classroom with six other students. BUT surprisingly I am loving every second of it. I am taking Life of Christ and I sure do love learning about the man that died for us. Unfortunately this class ends Friday and next week begins a 3-week intensive for journalism and photography. I can’t wait to put my NEW Canon Rebel t3 to the test!

Here’s a little bit of my “summer” so far!

Sadly, I had to say goodbye to my beautiful housemates this weekend. Anna Marie, the blondie in the middle is currently in Zambia and will be spending her summer working at Southeastern. Naida, the ginger on the right is leading a mission trip to Amsterdam next week and when she returns will be interning at Ebenezer’s Coffeehouse in Washington D.C. For those of you who don’t know about Ebenezer’s, it is the coffeehouse owned and operated by National Community Church which is pastored by Mark Batterson!