Hello. My name is Rachel.
And introductions are not my strength.
I can’t even remember the last time I voluntarily said those words to someone.
Talking in general to people I don’t know is just not in the Top Five for me.
So I’ll give it to you straight.
If I were to ever own a T-Shirt with words on it, it would say, “Netflix. Nachos. Naps.” (Hey, look! They’ve already made one! Those smarty-pants.)
I teach Pre-K at a Child Care Center. Which is something I never thought I’d do (I’m too good for that! I have a degree, of course!) but absolutely love. Mostly because of the teachers and staff I work with. And of course, my students are the absolute best and sweetest and funniest most human beings to ever exist. I failed them all so they cannot attend Kindergarten next month. (I kid, I kid.)
I married my handsome husband, Josh Morris, one hot June day two years ago.
He’s the bee’s knees.
We drink coffee, ride bikes, spend time with these people, and eat Chick-N-Mini’s.
(My sincere apologies for the absence of Chick-N-Mini eating pictures…)
The Commonplace was born after a conversation with my Dad about a small notebook my Great Aunt would keep next to her home phone. My sister and I would visit their farm in the summer when we were younger and she would write just a tiny page each day to remember what’s important and describe her days.
This space is my “modern day commonplace book” – a mixture of life, thoughts, quotes, and photographs from a girl who is figuring it all out and is super thankful for God’s grace.
Now for my favorite part,
Who are you?
What would your t-shirt/coffee mug say?
Linking with Kiki.