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5/17/2014

20th Birthday, Peplum Top And Complaining

I will let you in on a little secret-I'm a complainer! God's convicted me lately on this. It can be easy to pick out the reasons why our lives are less than perfect! I don't have this, so and so has more ______, the list goes on and on! But the truth is, my life's pretty darn good! So the next time I find myself complaining about a circumstance God has placed me in, I'm going to count my blessings. I truly do believe any circumstance has something to be thankful for, even if it's just the fact that you're still breathing air! I take so much for granted, maybe it's time to start realizing that fact. 
                             
On the top of my grateful list is being able to fit this shirt! I bought it at forever 21.com early this year and couldn't even button it! So I put it away hoping maybe it would fit later- guess what?!? Oh yeah, I'm wearing it-spoilers! ; ) I'm thankful each day for The THM (www.trimhealthymama.com) way of eating. Not just because I'm smaller, but simply for food freedom! 
                             
                            


Speaking of food freedom....
Made this awesome E 1 serving microwave apple crisp-yum! 
Recipe is from http://capallequinephotographyandtraining.blogspot.com/ check it out! She has some amazingly tasty recipes on her blog (all THM friendly!)


I also celebrated my 20th birthday earlier this week! Thought I'd share a few photos: 

Breakfast, E pancakes, chicken sausage, cottage cheese! 

Mom and I 

Lunch at wheat montana! Extra pickles of course!!
Dinner was meat loaf, jalapeƱo poppers, and salad. 


Mom, dad and I . 

Patience made me this awesome German chocolate cake (THM friendly!) and it was to die for!! 

15 comments:

  1. I love THM pancakes!!

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  2. Natasha, looks like you had a wonderful birthday - Happy Belated birthday pretty lady!! Really love this outfit - polka dots and peplum are just so cute together!!

    Amber
    Fashion, Floss and Lip Gloss

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  3. Happy birthday Natasha! I hope that you had a great day! :)

    That is such a cute shirt! I have been really wanting to make on like it!

    The blog switch-around looks so much nicer!

    Cassie
    for the Shag Girls

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  4. Happy Birthday Natasha! All that yummy looking THM food is making my mouth water! ;) Love your pretty peplum top...very vintage inspired!
    ~Sarah~
    http://allthingsvintage-sc.blogspot.com/

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  5. Happy Birthday ! Looks like it was fun.

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  6. Happy birthday! I love your peplum top :)

    charmant

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  7. Happy 20th birthday Natasha! :D Your outfit is darling and you look beautiful.
    Thanks for the reminder about being thankful instead of complaining!

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  8. Happy Birthday (a bit belated!). What a pretty top! Very vintage and lovely! :-)

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  9. Ooh I love the polka dot shirt! Happy Birthday!
    xoxo,
    Brooke

    Pineapples and Daisies

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  10. I've been following your blog for a long while now, but this is my first comment. :)
    I just had to say, you look so great in those photos!!! :D And I just love your outfit!
    Happy belated birthday! I hope this year will be a great one. :)

    Many blessings,
    Kelly

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  11. Congratulations on turning 20! You look so young and beautiful...I would have never guessed you were twenty! Oh well, I am horrible with ages anywho. Loooove your polka dot top, I actually think I remember seeing that in the store! Very cute, Natasha; I love it!

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  13. Great post! I am just starting TMH! Now were those jalapeno poppers TMH approved and if so, do you have a recipe? Thanks!

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  14. Wheat Montana is sooo yummy!! I love their rye bread so much!

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  15. There are many factors which influenced the development of Modest clothing. Given that its influence pervades our society, it is impossible to overestimate its impact on modern thought. Crossing many cultural barriers it still draws remarks such as 'I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole' and 'i'd rather eat wasps' from the upper echelons of progressive service sector organisations, who are likely to form a major stronghold in the inevitable battle for hearts and minds.

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-Natasha
Proverbs 3:5-6

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