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LIFESTYLE, MINDFULNESS

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I said “I am falling”; but your constant love, oh Lord, has held me up. — psalm 94:18

Sometimes life is so busy, so hard, I feel I might be consumed by it. We have been smothered by work and boxes and housing contracts and of course are searching for our new family rhythm as we merge households with my sister’s family. I haven’t quite had the time to process it all, but these words above have been a source of life for me in what often feels like falling.

I’m taking a break from this space the rest of June while my family and I travel various cities and wildernesses. I will be back in July with a full heart (and camera) to share with you. (You can follow our travels via Instagram.) Until then, thank you all for your encouragement and readership. Happy June to you!

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  1. Oh my gosh, these photos are beautiful! I’ve just stumbled across your blog and am very happy to have done so! Gorgeous.

    I love that Psalm too. What a gentle verse.

    Lucy xo

  2. sweet encouragement, bethany. love that shot of the two at the sink.:) sure do enjoy your heart and photography. joyful and restful travels to you and the family.
    amy

  3. Bethany,
    I’m not sure if you’ll get this as you’re traveling, but I wanted to say that I hope things are well. Did I mention that we are moving too? We just found a place today. And we move Monday. Really, I should say that God gave us a place. It is amazing how he has worked on our behalf and I know that you’ve seen his hand in your moving experience too– thank you for the verse in this post. I read this post a couple of days ago but just now had the time to comment. Love that scripture. Back to packing now. . . :)

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