Friday, December 12, 2014

"Bumblebee" Guest Outfit Post

   Hello folks! It's Paige here again, and I'd like to share another outfit with you! This one is a bit more dressy than what I showed you last Friday, and ended up being what I wore to a Christmas party.  

Monday, December 8, 2014

Fashion Guest Post

Hey Everyone!

I'm Eden from Eden's Evaluations and I'd like to give a huge thank you to McKenna for inviting me to guest post on her blog!

Today, I have a modest outfit to share with you all...
Oh, and just a side note... the only person available to take my pictures was my adorable 8 year old brother... so although he did an excellent job, the pictures turned out... slightly on the blurry side. ;) But that's ok!
 Here is the overall look. I've been experimenting a lot with sweaters this winter, and I *love* them!
... There's a close up of my necklace ... 
 And there you have it!

Outfit Details: 
Sweater ~ FREE!!!! I got it from Twice, and online consignment store.  Click HERE to make your first purchase for free
Blouse ~ $3.00 (?) It came from some sale event.
Belt ~ $3.99 (?)- Goodwill
Necklace ~ $2.99 (?) - Goodwill
Skirt ~ $30.00  Kosher Casual
Boots ~ $6.99 (?) - Goodwill 
Earrings ~ $0.50 - Antique Shop

What do you think? What is your favorite way to wear sweaters? Leave your thoughts in the comment section! Don't forget to check out my blog and YouTube channel at

Thanks again, McKenna, for letting me do this! :)

Friday, December 5, 2014

Outfit Guest Post

   Hello all! I hope you're having a splendid day so far. If we haven't "met" before, my name is Paige. McKenna asked me to post in her absence (I'm excited for her, aren't you?!), so today I'd like to share with you an outfit that I put together yesterday.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

The Heart of Missions

Good morning, everyone! I hope you're having a beautiful day. It's chilly and cloudy today, with wind, as usual. Surprisingly, I've actually gotten used to the wind by now. However, the High Plains natives have assured me that we haven't experienced "actual" wind yet. Oh, well.
I'm leaving tomorrow for my first "real" mission trip. Three years ago, my dad and I took a five-day trip to Ecuador (you can read about it HERE, HERE and HERE ). We (pastors and their children) went with Compassion International and Stadia (church planting) for what was essentially a demonstration to explain why our churches should support their organizations. They're wonderful companies, by the way, and I would encourage you to look them up. However, the experience was not exactly what I would define as an actual mission trip. We slept in 5-star hotels. I don't think that counts.
Now the organization I really want to highlight is S.O.S. Ministries. My dad took my sister Marley on one of their Latin America mission trips two years ago. I have never seen her so impacted by anything in my life. It took her a day or two to be ready to talk about it. God revealed His heart to her that week and every month, she commemorates the day they returned home by sleeping on the floor.
By the time we get to our second week in Honduras, there's going to be about 40 people on the trip! We get to bring Christmas to the families in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. I can't wait to see the faces of the children receiving coloring books, candy, soccer balls and toothpaste! I feel overwhelmed that God has given me the opportunity to minister to His people. And the opportunity can be yours too. I encourage you to look around and see the ways God can use you to bless your community. I see Him working in countless ways. You can do something as simple as making your brother's bed, or as thought-out as organizing a food drive. Look at your gifts and talents; you've been given them for a reason (and if you don't believe me, watch Veggie Tales' "Lord of the Beans")
Sorry I don't really have any pictures for this post. But, I promise I will cover several posts with pictures and stories from our trip! See you in two weeks!