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Monday Morning Mug: Spartanburg

Kimmy LaMee


It's been a skinny minute since I've posted a Monday Morning coffee mug pic on here, but trust me, I've drank lots of coffee and prayed lots. The blog has just had to take a little bit of a back burner with summer and sickness... and Nora got sent home again today with a fever... can I get a bigger cup?!?   

This morning's mug is honestly one of my favorite mugs. It stays at my office so that I can enjoy it each day at my mid-morning coffee time and after a really long week last week filled with grumpy, grouchy babies, fevers and colds, I enjoyed my cup this morning, right before I got that dreaded phone call from the preschool.... off to the doctor we go, again...I digress....

As I enjoyed the coffee, I prayed for our city - Spartanburg! There is so much going on around our city and it's so exciting!! I'm praying that our church family will truly understand what it means to love our city and share Jesus. I'm praying for the growth and expansion that we see all around us. I'm praying for those in authority over us, the game-changers who are pushing for this growth and making a difference, for our neighbors and neighborhoods. I'm praying that we will find our place in the Hub City and that we would #lovewhereyoulive ! Will you join me in praying for our city?  


Monday Morning Mug: New York... again

Kimmy LaMee

so I had a big fail.... I totally didn't check to see if I had used this Mug before for Monday Morning Mug... and I had.... oops! I guess New York just needed some extra love and prayers... or I just needed more sleep!?! It's probably a little bit of both...



Monday Morning Mug: Bahamas

Kimmy LaMee



This morning was crazy... the girls slept in a little bit which always then makes for a crazy morning.  At times I just rather choose crazy and well rested, than crazy and sleepy and grouchy... We had quite a few fits from the oldest over her hair being combed, her shoes, and not wanting a bow.... and I don't even remember what else. By the time we left for work and school, I was exhausted and felt like I had put in a full day... haha 

oh little did I know... I got to the church, my youngest had Spit up on her outfit and pooped and my oldest was screaming she was "hungry".... all the way to her class (cue eye roll...) 

And then I had to prepare to share with the sweet WMU ladies about On Mission Moms...  

I didn't get to really sit and enjoy my yummy coffee this morning - how ironic... but while Nora was jabbering in the back and Ivey was singing at the top of her lungs to Frozen, I reminisced and prayed for sweet friends who have journeyed to the Bahamas with me! I've been so blessed to visit several times with dear friends - from my senior year in high school, to my summer MFUGE staff, to a dear friend from New Orleans. 

Now, for real... can I just go back and enjoy another cruise....  

Monday Morning Mug: Tampa

Kimmy LaMee


I went to Tampa while living in New Orleans and working with the youth at First Baptist LaPlace. Ron Wilson - one of my favorite all time youth pastors - planned a destination unknown trip for the students and I went along to chaperone! I don't remember much about Tampa. I do remember that I had to wear a boot on my foot for a ridiculously long time after I broke it, so that got us on rides much faster at one of the theme parks that we visited. I also remember some of my favorite youth who are now all grown up, married and have babies of their own... how is that even possible?!? I spent time remembering those sweet days, the joys and the challenges. I'm so thankful for sweet memories this morning and I spent time praying for some of those students today- many of whom I get to follow on facebook. (One of my favorite things about social media - the distance and years don't seem so far) I pray that they continue to love Jesus and make Him known wherever they are! I'm thankful for trips like Tampa and the Sundays and Wednesdays and other times I could love those kiddos - now adults! (Cue more tears...) 

I also spent time praising the Lord for Ron and Keri Wilson and their fun kiddos who loved me through seminary in New Orleans and walked with me through some pretty hard days and even though they live halfway across the country - they are some of my most favorite people! They are currently serving with Next Worldwide - and you should totally check out what they are doing!  

Ivey is THREE!

Kimmy LaMee


This was written back in February.... but you know... babies and busy.... oh my... 


 Ivey is Three... I can hardly type that without shedding a tear or two or three...

She's growing up into quite a spunky, fun, caring and kind little gal. She loves to go to school and learn. She loves to point out her letters to us and counts to 13 before she skips over to 16 and then 22. We have to work on that... She also LOVES PUZZLES! The girl is already putting together 24 and 36 piece puzzles together "all by herself", which we hear quite often. She also LOVES to go to church on Sunday although she stays quite confused about what we are doing - are we going to mommy's office, to church, or to school... I think I stay confused about that as a matter of fact!

She loves all things Minnie, Sophia & Duck, StoryBots, and Owlegories. She also loves all things pink and blue. She was convinced for Christmas that she would get a pink and blue present - Santa, missed that memo I guess. 

She's an incredible big sister and loves to kiss and hold and talk to "Noria" as she has started calling her.

As we begin this third year of her life, our prayer for Ivey as we pray for her each night is that she would learn to honor the Lord in all that she does, all that she says, and all that she thinks...