“What we do with what we have.” Well, I feel like I haven’t had much lately.
Not much energy.
Not much wisdom for this online space.
I continue to have headaches. Although they are less frequent, it seems when I get one it is a bad one.
I wanted to share a few things I have read on the big wide web that I thought were worth sharing.
This post by Rhonda is about being Jesus right where you are. Even when you wish you weren’t there. And it might just happen at the gas station!
If you haven’t checked out the November to Remember series by Jennifer Dukes Lee, then you should check it out. I’ve printed off the printables and I am following along. It’s a good series and I encourage you to check it out. It does not take a lot of time, but it has been a blessing to me in morning quiet time. This is my favorite post of the series so far.
As the mother of an only child, this post by Crystal Stine went straight to my heart. Because I’ve been there. Read it and learn.
This post by Deidra Riggs changed the way I looked at the work I do around my house, not just my dishes. “The work of our hands is an act of worship, and the extension of the character of God in us.” After reading the post and this line I was able to view cleaning my bathroom differently.
And finally, as we head into the holidays, I wanted to remind you of my easy shortcut for sugar cookies that get so many compliments. You can read about it here.