I've said it before and I'll say it again - I just love this blog community and the beautiful women in it. It's been such an encouragement to me personally, and I love being able to use my little blog to share amazing, unique, precious friends with you all. Today, you get to meet a true gem. I love her heart, really I do. And she has such an inspiring outlook.
Get to know beautiful Rebecca of Caravan Sonnet! Stop by her blog, follow her, get to know her, and show her some love today!
Hi y’all! My name is Rebecca and I blog over at Caravan Sonnet (www.caravansonnet.com)! I am thrilled to be here today sharing a little bit about my blog because I love finding others in bloggy world and would love to meet you! I am a thirty-something single gal who loves Jesus, life, and all things pretty! I am a southern gal who lives half of the year in the sweet south and spends the other half of the year in my favorite place on earth ~ upstate New York. I blog about a variety of different things but love to write about Jesus, thrifting, life as a single gal, and living a pretty life. I am also a former High School teacher so there are lots of stories about things I learned in the classroom because I truly learned more than I ever taught. My prayer of my blog is to create a community that celebrates the joy and promise of hope in everyday. My goal is to inspire and encourage readers through beauty, nature, life, love, health & wellness, teaching, fashion, and food. I love using my little corner of the bloggy world to document the things I love most in life. There are so many wonderful people who have fantastic blogs and I would love to connect with you! Please stop over and say "hi"!
5 Things about Rebecca
(1) I taught myself to write with both hands in my high school English class. I actually received a small scholarship for college because of it but can't write with my left hand anymore! Hahaha
(2) I love live performances… Les Miserables (in London) is my favorite.
(3)I dream of traveling to New Zealand and Switzerland, and would love to be on the “Amazing Race”.
(4) Dealing with a life-changing diagnosis (now twice in my life) has taught me more about God’s mercy and Grace than anything else in life.
(5) I am a deathly afraid of spiders.I am so terrified that there once was a LARGE spider outside of my apartment complex that I even called the apartment managers to come down and remove it. I was convinced it was a brown recluse (from thirty feet away!) Imagine my embarrassment when a young neighbor of mine came yelling across the parking lot that he had lost his toy spider.
Get to know Rebecca