Hello friends, how are you? How was your week? What did you do this week? I had a wonderful week. I think I’ve finally found my rhythm, since the girls came back from college. For a minute there, I felt like my life was in chaos. I had to readjust to having two extra people in the house and I must admit this process took a bit longer than I thought. And then to add to the chaos, they took on the challenge to babysit the most adorable, bold, cute, daring baby girl. Oh my, did I say she is adorable and cute? Bold and daring too? I was so very tempted to ask the stork to bring me a baby, but my husband gave me the look; you know… the one that says, ‘don’t even think about it’! But after months of enjoying the quiet and harmonious existence of there being just the two of us, to now four and a half; well actually, let’s just make it six! That baby is definitely her very own person and someone else’s personality too. But how can anyone resist that sweet face! But anyway, I digress.
This week I’ve finally found my rhythm. I simply can’t function when my home isn’t in order. There is a place for everything, and everything must be in its place at the end of the day; yep I’m that person and I approve this message. My meats are packaged and seasoned. My pantry is organized, the fridge is clean, and laundry is up to date. I’ve also been able to run almost everyday this week; yep, I’m on a roll. I even had time to go thrift shopping.
Okay, okay I always make time for thrift shopping, but you know what I mean. I actually made a place for these items; hopefully my sweet husband does not read this post, because he probably would not agree. But I know all the ladies know exactly what I’m talking about, except for those of you who hate shopping and the questions are: ‘who are you and what are you doing with your life?
I love this verse! It’s impossible to find true beauty outside of a vibrant, rich and passionate relationship with the God of the Universe.
He created beauty; did you know that? As we take a look around us, at the trees, and the flowers, at the animals and especially at you and me, how can we say not?
We are all created beautifully by the Great and Loving God of the Universe. We need no accessory to agree, but true beauty goes beyond the outward appearance; beyond just the skin. True beauty needs all the help it can get, and it is attained when we surrender our will and submit to the Lord’s authority. He alone can cultivate and nurture true beauty in us. How was your week?