Welcome to Cuenca! These pictures are from a few weeks ago when I whizzed away on a weekend getaway with Michelle and friends. When we saw this awesome scenery, Michelle and I both thought out loud, "Let's do a photoshoot in our PUNJAMMIES™!" And so, we pulled out our PUNJAMMIES™ and cavorted about the acreage!
Have you heard about PUNJAMMIES™ before? They are lougewear made by International Princess Project (IPP). Each PUNJAMMIES™ is created in one of their four partner sewing centers in India. Each of these centers are part of a program which provide survivors of sex slavery employment and support. When I first learned about IPP, I fell in love with the mission and heart for Jesus Christ behind this company. I actually liked it so much that I ended up interning for them. I actually flew across the country and interned at their California headquarters for six months. It was such a blessed learning experience. If you are in the market for cute, comfy women's lougewear and pajamas, be sure to check out International Priness Project! ;)
This January is human trafficking awareness month. In every moment 30 million people (women, men, and children) are trapped in human trafficking. To learn more about human trafficking and how you can help make a difference, read more at International Justice Mission.
And now for some soul food...
Flowers and Daisies,