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ANNOUNCEMENT: The Blog Has Moved!

  Dear faithful blog friends – It has been a fun time blogging here at AllPrecious&Pleasant, and the experience I’ve had of learning to decorate and write about it has been invaluable. So much so…that my husband and I have … Continue reading

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Quarles in Iceland: A 5 Day Itinerary

If you aren’t planning a trip to Iceland, this may not be a helpful blog post for you, and feel free to skip right over it…or just look at some pretty photos and move on. But when I plan trips, … Continue reading

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Quarles In Iceland Part 1

In his hand are the depths of the earth, and the mountain peaks belong to him. The sea is his, for he made it, and his hands formed the dry land. Psalm 95:4-5  Jeremy and I just got back from … Continue reading

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On cynicism and the freedom to be creative…

At the age of 25, I have become a class A cynic. It’s a self-diagnosed disorder in which I choose to search for and highlight the flaws and failings in the creative expression of myself and others with the belief … Continue reading

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Final living room reveal!

I gave you an update a few weeks ago on the state of our living room. We have been making subtle changes bit by bit, and I think we are finally calling it done! When we looked at the house, … Continue reading

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On flight delays, busy schedules, anger management, and time with Jesus…

 I wrote this a couple of weeks ago. I’m a little less stressed now, but writing out my feelings helped. I hope you find encouragement from the lament of an over-extended woman. 🙂  It’s been one of those weeks. One … Continue reading

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On improving your style and the living room.

At a recent staff meeting at the company where I work, we watched an Andy Stanley video about creating momentum in your church or business. He says three things influence momentum: new, improved, and improving. You always need to be … Continue reading

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