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Our Daily Blessings! (:

Happy Friday Ya’ll! How’s your week been? Here’s a few blessings from my week that I’d like to share with you.

1) Meeting John Godwin

Bailey Sue and family with Godwin1We recently had the opportunity to hear John Godwin (known as Godwin from the show “Duck Dynasty”) speak at a local church. It was really neat to hear his story and be encouraged by the things that he shared. We even got a duck call lesson! 🙂

2) The 1 year blogiversary

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I’m not a big cake eater so I celebrated with ice cream! (:

Yesterday marked the one year anniversary of Content In the Everyday. I have officially been doing this blog thing for an entire year–pretty crazy considering that I could never keep a journal as a child/teen. I am so thankful for this platform that I have been given and those of you that have encouraged me along the way! THANK YOU! I have grown a lot over the last year and am really excited to see where God leads me for year #2!

3) The support from my family

family support setting up1Something that I’ve realized recently is that I have been blessed with a big support system. From the start I have always had my parents rooting for me and instilling in me the truth that “I can do all things through Christ” (Philippians 4:13). From the time I graduated high school  and started on this part of my journey my siblings have been a huge support. From taking time out of their school day to help me set up props for pictures or creating a “photographer’s stand” after a long day and even just corralling the dog outside at night so I can get pictures of the moon. My grandmother, an aunt, uncle and cousin (that I know of) read the early drafts of blog posts and encouraged me to keep going and refine the gift that God gave me.  I am immensely thankful that I have the strong support from my family and the encouragement that they give.

What are some of the blessings that you’ve noticed in your life this past week? Feel free to share them below! Have a great weekend!

Until next time,

Bailey Sue