Last weekend a group of the ladies in our church went up to Nashville for a quick one night girls trip. (We greatly missed all the ladies who couldn't attend!!) We had an absolute blast to say the least. We left early Friday (after a stop to Starbucks obviously) and headed straight for Franklin. We ate on the square and shopped around for several hours before heading to the hotel in Nashville and taking a 2 hour nap before dinner. Glorious, it was glorious. I can not say how much I loved how laid back the trip was and that we even had time for all the tired mommas and ladies to catch some much needed extra Z's. We booked a late night dinner at Maggiano's and took way to many pictures (#revisiongalsdonashville) while waiting on our reservation. The next morning after breakfast at the hotel, we headed off to the Opry Mills Mall to spend the entire afternoon scrounging sale racks. It's a little absurd how much we scored on sales! A delish lunch at Chuy's and a little more shopping was done before heading back to Memphis. I couldn't love these ladies more. I feel extremely blessed to do life with them and call them dear friends. We laughed at silly things, had deep convo's on the road trip, and really relished in all the girl time. There were so many women who couldn't make the trip, so we will definitely be making it again next year. I can't say it enough, I'm so thankful for the community I have with these woman and our church. I sincerely urge you to get plugged in to a local body of believers. If you live near by, we'd love love love to have you! We as humans were meant to live in community. We as believers were meant to live in community. The accountability, support, and encouragement that comes along with it is so needed to grow and prosper spiritually.

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1 comment:

Kate Kubler said...

Yes, community is so important. And it's special that your family is a part of it too! Often times these are separate for many people, especially me since we do not have my believers in my family.