Hi! I’m Sarah Kate, 27 year old wife, mom, Christ follower, daughter, sister, friend, book worm, community group leader, Baylor Grad, coffee addict. I am currently spending my days chasing around my 1 year old daughter, Rosemary, and most evenings curled up on the couch with my husband, Neil.
I grew up in the country spending my childhood reading and being outside, and while I am now a happy resident of a neighborhood, I will always have a love for the outdoors. I have a big, close-knit family (now on both mine and Neil’s side) that I grow more thankful for each passing year.
I went to Baylor and graduated with a degree in Apparel Design and have tried a few creative projects since, but nothing has really “stuck”, yet. Maybe that’s why I am creating this blog, a creative outlet that I’m always itching for. I love the way it feels to dream up an idea and see it come to life.
The summer after my senior year of college I moved to Austin, TX for an internship and started dating my husband, Neil. He took me to a Tex Mex restaurant and an outdoor Colbie Callait concert on our first date, needless to say the rest was history. A year later we got married and moved to Nebraska for what I like think of as the most magical newly wed fall. For the first time I experienced leaves changing a million brilliant colors, pumpkin patches and apple farms. I have been obsessed ever since. The following spring we moved to D.C. for two years. I discovered that I love wineries and charcuterie plates and do not like desk jobs or any amount of commute. We also adopted our two dogs, Liberty & Belle. I am forever grateful for those two years of making new friends, experiencing life in a big city, and having only each other thousands of miles from anything familiar. At the end of 2015 we moved back to our hometown in Texas and bought our first home. I used to tell people that we traded weekends at wineries for weekends of yard work, but I wouldn’t trade it for the world.
We became parents in December of 2016 when our baby girl, Rosemary, was born and we have been trying to figure out this parenting thing ever since. As the saying goes “my hands are full but so is my heart”.