Shoshone Falls Park and Perrine Memorial Bridge || Twin Falls, Idaho

This photo right here. It's probably the best I've ever taken of a landscape. I feel like it's almost National Geographic worthy. Talk about heart eyes! I wish the day hadn't been so bright, or they all might have turned out like this.

Regardless of what I was able to capture on camera, Shoshone Falls Park is breathtakingly beautiful. When we drove up to see the falls, you could here the water spraying down the rocks. Stepping down to the lookout deck was a moment I'll never forget. Getting so close to the falls and feeling that mist was spectacular. I'm probably overusing adjectives right now, but being there was almost as healing to my soul as walking on the beach next to the ocean. 

City of Rocks National Reserve || Malta, Idaho

Back in October, Matthew and I were able to spend a weekend in Idaho and I am just now getting around to editing the photos and sharing them with you. We usually go to California with my family, but felt like we needed some time away as a couple. Turner stayed home with Grammy Salter and Grey came along for the ride because he is seriously the happiest and easiest baby ever. 

My First VoxBox || L'Oréal EverPure Color Care System Review

A couple of weeks ago, I received this surprise VoxBox in the mail from Influenster and I received these free L'Oréal EverPure Color Care System Products. I was so excited because my hair is still so damaged from being lightened almost a year ago. I've never used a sulfate free hair product before and I was very curious how it would effect my hair.  I washed my hair the next morning because I couldn't wait!

Some of the Greatest Tears I've Ever Cried

The day following Thanksgiving, after what feels like an eternity, we pull out the Christmas decorations. After lugging all of the boxes upstairs, I realized that we still had the old four foot Christmas tree that I grew up decorating in the room I shared with my little sister. That's when I had, what I would say was, a brilliant idea. I thought to myself, I should set up the tree in the loft and let Turner decorate it all by himself!...

The New Face of ADOS

This blog got a remodel a couple weeks ago, but I am just getting to post about it due to the busyness and excitement of the holidays. Or at least that's my excuse. 

If you know me personally, than you know I like to switch things up, a lot. Well, the blog is not any different. This change was actually inspired by an outfit I put together one day because I was behind on laundry. A peach shirt and olive skinnies. I loved the combo so much it had me thinking about rebranding my blog. There have been several changes I've been wanting to make for a while now, but this time I finally...

Favorite General Conference Quotes || October 2016 FREE PRINTABLES

I'm finally back to share my favorite general conference quotes from the October General Conference! I really struggled to narrow it down, so I'm sharing more than I did last time! I find so much joy in reflecting on the words of conference while creating these printables. I've also been touched by the many people who have reached out to me in gratitude for the printables I made after the last general conference in April.  

My Mom's Famous Cinnamon Rolls Recipe

Nothing says fall like my a warm batch of my mom's famous cinnamon rolls fresh out of the oven. Soft, doughy, cinnamon goodness. The only problem is you'll want to eat them all in a very short amount of time. I only made half the recipe last time and it still made about two dozen rolls...

Favorite Women's Conference Quotes || Free Printables

I've been working on these printables of quotes from the General Women's Conference and wanted to share my favorites. I was so touched by the things these wonderful women shared during the conference. Their thoughtful words inspired me and helped me feel more gratitude for my role as a wife, mother, and daughter of God in serving those around me. I'm grateful to be a part of a church that values woman and the attributes that we carry.