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#TravelBackThursday Great Smoky Mountains National Park and an Asheville Wedding

Today we're sharing our quick trip to Asheville, NC in the fall of 2016 for Jordan's brother Brian's wedding! We of course decided to make a little bit of a trip out of it and visited the Great Smoky Mountains while we were there. One of our first stops was Clingmans Dome, the highest point … Continue reading #TravelBackThursday Great Smoky Mountains National Park and an Asheville Wedding

Stone Farmhouse Design Update

Hi everyone! Today we're sharing an update on our architectural plans for our new forever home. We've been working with our architect for several months on the design for our new home, and unfortunately have run into some hiccups along the way. While we know what we're looking for in general (and if you've seen … Continue reading Stone Farmhouse Design Update

Grouting the Master Bathroom

This weekend we've been hard at the messy work of grouting the rest of the master bathroom! The charcoal grout we chose is incredibly messy, but it does look good! I would highly recommend wearing gloves if you're grouting with dark gray or black grout! Here's how everything looked after the grout was applied and … Continue reading Grouting the Master Bathroom

Tiling the Master Bathroom

We're finally laying tile! It's one of my favorite stages of the remodel, because things suddenly feel a LOT more finished! For the tile in the master bath we decided to go with something a little different than the other two bathrooms. In those rooms we chose this white marble-look tile from Lowes. We still … Continue reading Tiling the Master Bathroom

What We’re Doing This Weekend and Resolution Progress

Hi everyone! It's been a busy weekend over here at the Kraft house! Jordan is working all weekend, so I'm figuring out how to manage all three kiddos on my own in public. We were invited to a friend's birthday yesterday at the Fort Worth Zoo, and the toddlers had a great time. They especially … Continue reading What We’re Doing This Weekend and Resolution Progress

#TravelBackThursday Rocky Mountain National Park and a Red Rocking Wedding

Hi everyone! Today we're sharing a trip from July of 2016, to Colorado for Jordan's brother Morgan and sister-in-law Jewels' wedding! Morgan and Jewels were married at the beautiful venue Red Rocks, just outside of Denver. The wedding ceremony was gorgeous, and afterwards they provided tickets for everyone to attend the Avett Brothers' concert at … Continue reading #TravelBackThursday Rocky Mountain National Park and a Red Rocking Wedding

#TravelBackThursday Washington, DC, NYC, Chincoteague, and Shenandoah National Park

This week we're sharing a trip from 2016, when Jordan and I headed up to Washington, DC, New York City, Chincoteague Island, and Shenandoah National Park! Jordan and I decided to take a trip up the east coast, so that we could check off a few bucket list vacation spots, including visiting the wild ponies … Continue reading #TravelBackThursday Washington, DC, NYC, Chincoteague, and Shenandoah National Park

Healthy Homemade One-Pot Tomato Soup

Hi everyone! We tried a new recipe this week, adapted from Dr. Katrina Ubell's tomato soup recipe mentioned in episode 12 of her Weight Loss for Busy Physicians podcast. It turned out amazing and I'm excited to share it with you here! One-Pot Tomato Soup An easy, healthy recipe with plenty of flavor! Makes 5 … Continue reading Healthy Homemade One-Pot Tomato Soup

#TravelBackThursday A Move, a Road Trip, and an Engagement: Yosemite National Park

Hi everyone! This week we're traveling all the way back to 2013! This was the year I graduated from vet school and started my internship in Lexington, Kentucky. It's also the year I fell in love with the amazing old Kentucky farmhouses. I mean, how iconic and gorgeous is this?? Jordan and I planned to … Continue reading #TravelBackThursday A Move, a Road Trip, and an Engagement: Yosemite National Park

Drywall Purgatory

The past few weeks while we've been in quarantine have been a nightmare of drywall work. It always seems like drywall takes the longest during these projects, possibly just because we hate it so much, but also maybe because things feel so much more finished once the drywall is in place and textured. After the … Continue reading Drywall Purgatory