What I Wear-eShakti And Graduating Class Of 2013!

Boy! Have I gotten behind in my blogging! I actually wore this outfit Sunday! Though the other photos are from Saturday! And yes, as the title suggests, I've graduated! Class of 2013, how weird is that? Even though I'm no closer to knowing what I'm supposed to "do with my life," I'm okay with that! I can rest in the fact that my Heavenly Father knows my future and will guide me so long as I'm walking with Him. I'm the type of person who likes to have goals, for example my prayers sounds something like "Okay God, time to tell me what I'm doing with my life after graduation!" only guess what, I actually can't control God...go figure! He's definitely been teaching me trust in this area of my life. Currently I'm working for my parents at our family business doing bookwork and working at the physical location when needed. Today I did 4 hours of bookwork, for those of you who have never spent that long looking at numbers and the computer: AHHHHH!!! At about the 3 1/2 hour mark the numbers started blending together and I didn't feel so hot...

Please pardon the "I have food in my mouth" look on my dad...

Anyway, to celebrate my graduation we took a trip over to Bozeman to the Olive Garden (somewhere I've never eaten!) which was fun. I had the fettuccine alfredo-yum! And of course, no trip to Bozeman is complete without a short jaunt to Costco! =) Sunday we went to church right afterward, my eldest sister, younger brother and I went to see "After Earth"-which was awesome! Then came home and hung out enjoying the gorgeous weather we've been having. Then my dad decided to put up a gate on our property, so we dug a couple of fence post holes. Seriously, no wonder the pioneers were in such good shape! It's hard work doing it manually, I can't imagine doing an entire fence line of posts by hand!

My mom and and dad went out to breakfast together this morning, which meant I was in charge of the rest of the crew at home. We had quite the productive day actually! Woke up, had breakfast, did a partial day of school, cleaned the living room, chopped up some fruit to eat for lunch, cleaned my poor neglected room and closet (YIKES! Was it a mess!), plus delegating numerous jobs to my two siblings-needless to say, I'm exhausted right now! But, it feels good to get some jobs done I've been putting off!

I'm Wearing: eShakti dress-C/O eShakti, Sandals-Payless (ages ago!)
How was your weekend?!


  1. Congratulations on your graduation :-) We had a couple in our family this year as well. Niece from high school and my daughter from university (both in Spokane). Blessings to you and yours!

  2. Pretty, pretty!

    Congrats on graduating! When I wrapped up my schooling (Class of 2010), I wasn't sure where the Lord would lead me either. That's totally fine! My younger sister, Jessica, has just graduated this year and she is staying at home (and working part-time at a local shop which is run by people my parents know and trust, so it is a good, safe working environment for a young gal).

    Hope you enjoy this new chapter in life! Just trust the Lord that He will show you how He wants to use you during this time. :-)


  3. That dress is so cute! I love just about everything eshakti, though! It was so funny, I actually found an eshakti dress at the thrift store the other day (in my size, too!). I very nearly picked it up, but it was more than I like to spend at thrift stores...we'll see if it's on sale this week.(;

    Also! Congrats on your graduation!! It must feel amazing to be done with school!

    Decked Out in Ruffles

  4. Super pretty dress on a super pretty girl. =) And congratulations on graduating! It's such a good feeling to know that you're "done", yet such an empty feeling at the same time lol. =) I know God will continue to reveal His plan to you as you continue to seek Him. =)

  5. Hey, next time you are in Bozeman you should stop by and say 'hi' :)

  6. Hi Natasha, Are you ever going to wear that tan cotton skirt again?? Haven't seen you in it in quite awhile. You looked good in it and it's my favorite skirt you have!


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