About Megan Webb

http://woodstockpeace.com

I am a 20-something year old, a wife, a mom, a friend, an adventurist, an optimist, a creator, a musician, an artist and a dreamer. I love God, and I love the potential I see in people. Maybe I can inspire that potential in you and bring about some smiles along the way. What I don't want this space to be is a place where I reap glorification. The only reason I have the ability to do the things I do is because of The Creator. Understand that I will probably make many mistakes and might fail a time or two. But I am ok with that, and hopefully you will be too.

Posts by Megan Webb:

The New Things.

Today came just in time.

I’ve felt like a laboring field lately.  Or a bathtub with the cold, dirty water being drained out of it.

But today…. this day has been a day of solitude, study, intercession, worship, celebration, and creativity. A wondrous and lovely day indeed.

I made some new pieces recently for my etsy shop, and had a small photo shoot with myself earlier. I’m glad I did that, because it gave me that little inspiration I needed to come up with some other new stuff. You can find all of these treasures if you click HERE…. or just click the etsy button —> over there on the side of the page. It’ll take you right to ’em.

Also, it is just GORGEOUS outside.

 

2 Years.

It’s weird. 2 years of marriage went by uncomfortably fast. But it feels good to say that those two years were vastly substantial. Lots of meat. Real rich.

Here’s our story in a few pictures.

We met in 2007. He didn’t give me a second thought and I thought he was rude and scary.

I did a lot of dancing in 2008. A single, care-free and crazy gal. He got to live the life of the road and spent most of his time with good people.

Thanks to the pretty lady in the middle, we were reunited at the beginning of 2009. Our status went from acquaintances to friends over the year. And then on September 11th, we spend the day together. By the end of September, we decided we wanted to get married. And the rest is history….

My life with Daniel is better than it ever was without him, even in our rough moments. He is my best friend, and my leader. I love him THE MOST much.

 

Trinkets and Treasures.

I had a wonderful anniversary celebration weekend with Daniel. St. Augustine is always so much fun, and we really got to explore a good part of it this time. We must have walked at least 10 miles total over the past few days, enjoying the sites and sounds of old buildings, cobblestone streets and mandolin players. We climbed the lighthouse (which is a great feat for me because of my fear of heights) and visited the Castillo de San Marcos.  It was a good thing we walked so much, because I about ate my weight in delicious food. There happened to be a Celtic Festival going on, so there were kilts and bagpipes everywhere. We stayed at the Cedar House Inn, and I cannot brag enough about it. It was the perfect blend of sophisticated and down to earth. We did not expect such fantastic hospitality, and later on found out that the Cedar House is in the Top 15 most romantic places in the United States. Our breakfasts were nothing short of dazzling and delectable. My favorite was the puff pastry Belgium waffle deck, drizzled with syrup and walnuts. Cyndi, our host, was the sweetest lady and made sure we were having the best time.

We picked up a few souvenirs on each little adventure, many of them being food items (sorry… we’ve already devoured them). But here are a few of the things I bought while on our trip.

In the shops of historic downtown, there is this tiny, hole-in-the-wall bead shop that has the best things. I got this precious sterling silver ring with an amethyst, my birthstone, in it.

These were the first beads I saw when I walked into that bead shop and I had to have them! I don’t know why I didn’t pick up some more, there were all kinds of colors.

I found this Kalimba in the Earthbound Trading Co. shop. When you pluck the metal tongs, it makes a really earthy, tribal sound. I’m sure I will find a use for it in a song or two.

This map of Florida was one of the earliest and most influential maps of the American southeast that was ever published. Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues engraved it in the 1500’s. Although beautiful work, he was a little off. But it seemed he got the “idea” of the shape of Florida. I am excited to put this up somewhere in our house.

I picked up some teas from the Old City Remedies located in the Old Drug Store. Yerba Mate is said to be the perfect balance between coffee and green tea. It is a great energizer, aides in weight loss and is very nutritional. Once cup gives you 250% percent of your daily antioxidants. It isn’t heavy on the oils, so it won’t give you that yucky-acid stomach or the jitters like coffee does. The other tea, Blueberry Bingo, is a mixture of hibiscus, elderberries, blueberries, apples, cornflower and black tea. The store assistant recommended this to boost the immune system, because I’ve been fighting a cold for days. It also smells delightful. Just this tiny bag makes my whole kitchen smell great, even when it is sealed and in the cabinet.

The weekend with my husband was a much needed break. The past two years have been quite eventful, to say the least. At the end of the day, it was a blessing to get to escape with Daniel and I am so grateful.