Saturday, March 31, 2012

Transformation

We are not supposed to stay the same. We should be living life in continual transformation... constantly becoming more and more like Christ. Our thinking should change from worldly to thoughts that God would think. We can go through this transformation and grow and be forever becoming better versions of ourselves that better reflect Christ and His love if we work at it.

Romans 12:2 says, "Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will."

When we change our thinking we change ourselves.

I've been reading Extraordinary by John Bevere and I love his analogy that he uses in the book to explain renewing your mind...


Imagine being born the son of a king, heir to the throne of the kingdom you are destined to rule. But immediately following your birth, someone kidnaps you and takes you to a remote area in the countryside, far from the palace. As these scoundrels raise you, they repeatedly state that you were born in poverty and are a simpleton, a failure, and most importantly, a slave. What would be the outcome? Even though you're of royal descent, you'd grow up living, acting, talking, and thinking as a slave.

For years, your father, the king, has commissioned rescue parties to search continuously for you. One day, after almost two decades of combing the vast kingdom, one of the search parties locates and liberates you and delivers you home to the palace. There's a huge celebration because the heir to the throne has returned to his rightful place.

Though now in your rightful place in life, it would take extensive training and reprogramming to change your behavior patterns from a slave to an heir to the throne. Can you imagine your first day in the palace? You'd rise from bed and head out to the royal gardens and stalls to gather your food for breakfast. Upon your return to the palace with fruit, vegetables, and fresh milk, your attendants would question, "What are you doing, sir?"

"Just getting breakfast," you'd answer.

"But you have servants who do this," they would say, "including the royal chef, who makes the best dishes in the land. " Soon afterward you'd go to your room to make your bed, straighten the room, and wash your clothes in the bathtub. Again your attendants would question, "Sir, what are you doing?"

"I'm fixing up my room and cleaning my clothes."

"But you have housekeepers to clean your room and clothes," they'd say.

When you had been held captive, there was no choice in these matters, it was the only way you were permitted to live. You were forced to fetch your cruel master's food, eat leftover scraps, and clean their clothes--not to mention your own. You were a lowlife slave in every respect.

Your behavior in the palace that first day would be extreme but easily altered. It wouldn't be difficult to convince you to allow attendants to do your cleaning and cooking. However, what had been instilled in the fiber of your being for years would be more difficult to address. Your overall thought processes would still have to be tackled on deeper levels. The way you think, interact with people, and make decisions would all have to be confronted and changed. Your slave mentality would have to be peeled away layer by layer and replaced with a prince's mentality. Even though you're heir to the throne, on many levels you'd continue to live the way you'd been trained. Your subconscious would have to be reprogrammed if you were to think as a prince. You'd have to be taught your new identity and what it means to have a prince's resources. This would take time and effort.


How much time and effort will you put in to renewing your mind? Will you continue to let the world and your experiences determine how you think or will you let he Word of God determine how you think?

Friday, March 30, 2012

The Time I Gave Myself Anxiety

Usually I'm pretty organized and on top of things but somehow I totally missed a few things recently and ran way too close to my deadlines and freaked myself out.

Actually, yesterday I was having anxiety over things because I had to just WAIT. Things were kind of out of my control and I needed answers like three days ago and still I had to wait.

Here's the story...

Back in October we bought tickets through a local social group to go see Beauty and the Beast in Pittsburgh and dinner before. I have no idea why we had to buy the tickets sooo early. But we did. And I never wrote it in my planner. I KNEW it was at the beginning of April. I KNEW it was just before Easter. But since it wasn't in my planner I just kept missing it.

The problem was that I forgot to get a babysitter set up for the time we would be gone! It was just a few days ago that I remembered the show was only a few days away and I needed a babysitter. My first choice babysitters are all going to the show with us. (My parents, in-laws and my sister-in-law. Not smart of me!) I had no idea how difficult it would be to find someone to watch the kids from 4:00-11:30 on a Tuesday night! Craziness! My hopeful next choice didn't work out. And that left me scrambling and desperate.

Thankfully this morning I found a babysitter and it is someone who the kids already know a little bit. Did I mention that the show is Tuesday!?!? That's cutting things a little close for me.

Once I got the babysitter thing all sorted I realized I had another problem. I had nothing to wear! I really don't think it will be a good night to be wearing my summer dresses and flip flops but the only thing I have to wear in the winter is jeans. I was stuck.

I ran out to JCPenny tonight and surprise of all surprises... shopping was fun! AND I found an outfit in a record amount of time. Must have something to do with me losing ten pounds. :) Woo woooo.

I picked up this super cute top in purple... because purple is my color. And bought a pair of black pants to go with it.


I haven't had a pair of dressy pants in YEARS. I just don't wear them. That's why I was totally shocked that I found a pair so quickly. I think the last time I wore pants other than jeans was just after Jason was born... so four or so years ago.

However... even though I have a babysitter and even though I have my outfit I still have one more problem... I have three days to learn how to hem pants and do a good job of it on my new black pants.

I've been getting some tips from friends on facebook and I've found some tutorials on Pinterest. How do YOU hem pants and what are your tips??

Only 10%?

So word is that we only use 10% of our brains.

Imagine how amazing we would all be if we could actually use all of it?!?!

And imagine how much glory we could bring God if we used 100% of our Christianity.

The other night I was thinking that we must also only use about 10% of our Christianity and faith. The Bible says in John 14:12 "I tell you the truth, anyone who has faith in me will do what I have been doing. He will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father."

Umm... that's Jesus speaking and he said that anyone that had faith in Him would do even greater things. So I have to ask myself "what am I missing?" Because I'm not even doing the things Jesus did do so how will I ever do greater things??

Am I really running on full faith? Or just 10%?

Am I really believing everything I read about Jesus? Or only the things I can wrap my mind around?

Or maybe I believe it all but don't think that the promises are for me.

Or I don't believe that God would ever use me that way and if I prayed for a miracle that I would end up looking like a fool. That's not faith at all.

Just some of my random thoughts I've been having lately.

Do we keep just enough Christianity in our lives to escape hell? Or do we truly let it transform us into people who are like Christ doing even greater things like the Bible says?

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Liza's in Love

Liza has a best friend.
His name is Ashton.
She talks about him all the time.

They get to hang out at church a lot and their Sunday school teacher let me and Heidi (Ashton's mom) know that they were being cute... holding hands, dancing during worship, and being exclusive--during an activity where they were told to have three in the group they decided that that wasn't ok and it was just going to be the two of them.

On Tuesday morning I posted this... notice that Heidi's response came about ten minutes after I posted...



Well this morning we had Ashton and his sister over for a play date. There was lots of fun happening but Liza and Ashton also had a little fight. We thought that maybe it would be the end of their love for each other but then Liza came out wondering how to spell a few things because she was writing something in her notebook. She told us it was her news notebook. And this was her news...


Yep. She's got it bad. Or at least as bad as a five-year-old girl can have it. :) She's been writing in her "Ashton News Notebook" for about 50 minutes now. (It's her rest time in her room.) I can't wait to see what else she has come up with during that time! Here is what she had before she went to her room...





 (This was where she wrote all of her favorite people... her brother and Ashton. I guess the rest of us don't make it.)


When I asked Liza about the one above she told me that she was writing their ages. She is all the way up to 5 but will be 6 in a few years. (It's what she said!) And Ashton is 5 too. I asked about the letters in the heart and she said "It's for me and Ashton." I asked her why they are in hearts and she looked at me like "duh" and said very matter of factly "Because we are in love."

Oh my. Oh my.

Mike hates this haha. It's kind of funny. Liza is adorable when she talks about Ashton.

Kid crushes are pretty cute. Did you have a crush when you were a kid? I'd love to hear about it!


Wednesday, March 28, 2012

April Fun!

I am really excited for the month of April. I have tons of fun things on the calendar.

On April 1st I will be taking Liza on a date. We are going to see a local production of Cinderella. Liza is beyond excited, planning the perfect outfit and asking questions like "Will I get to go up to the prince and do this?" as she does a little curtsy. It will be the perfect date.


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On April 3 I am heading to Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh to see Beauty and the Beast. My brothers and sisters all decided that we should send mom and dad to go as their Christmas present and since I'm the one that lives here I offered to go along with them because I knew they probably wouldn't want to be finding their own way around the city. The last (and only show) I saw was Wicked. I enjoyed every moment of the experience and I am absolutely looking forward to seeing another show!



You may remember that last year after going to an Easter Egg Hunt I came back saying how much I dislike them and from then on I was going to have my own. Well... I really am doing that. I invited a bunch of friends to bring their kids over a few days before Easter for an Easter Egg Hunt. I've been planning for that for a few days now... filling eggs with candy and preparing crafts. We'll be doing egg dying and temporary tattoos and an Easter story. All the fun things that would be at a big egg hunt minus all the crazy parents and massive crowds. :)

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Last month my friend Amy had a women's breakfast where she invited friends, shared a devotional and then opened up group discussion. I told her I wanted to be a part of what she was doing. We will be having another meeting this month and I'll be sharing the devotional this time. (More info on that soon for those of you in the area!)

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On April 21st my church is hosting a Tim Hawkins event! Mike and I will be going. For those of you who don't know who Tim Hawkins is, he is a comedian. Hilarious. I'm looking forward to a night of laughter!




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April should be a fun month for me! Do you have any plans??


Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Baby Gorilla!!!

Back in February a baby gorilla was born at the Pittsburgh Zoo. Mike and I had taken the kids not knowing there was a new baby and it just happened to be a day or two after it's birth. We weren't able to see it because it was hidden in a place that was out of view. I waited and waited as long as the kids would let me but had to leave sad.

I was determined that I would get to the zoo and stay until I saw that baby. My friend Kim and I decided to go to the zoo without kids and we saw that baby gorilla! It was about two weeks old at the time.

Cutest! Thing! EVER!

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After seeing the pictures I took that day, Liza and Jason kept asking when they would get to go see the baby gorilla.

Yesterday was finally that day!

Baby gorilla (he doesn't have a name yet) is about 1 1/2 months old. I want one!

(Pardon the poor quality of the pics. It was so dark that even a high ISO left me with an insanely slow shutter speed. And lots of noise.)

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Mama's name is Moka. I love watching her.

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So... if you are going to the Pittsburgh Zoo and want to see the gorilla here is a tip. I noticed both times that around 10:00 they fed the gorillas so they were all out where you could see them. And same thing for about 2:00 in the afternoon. It's not a guarantee but I'm going to say it's a really good possibility!


Friday, March 23, 2012

Creative Parenting

As a parent it is so easy to get caught in the stress of it all and start shouting when shouting really isn't necessary. Or we stress out over things that sometimes could have a simple solution. Of course, there really are times that are so hard and trying and no solution at all seems to work. I'm not talking about those things... but instead it's the every day things that we let get to us and wear us down.

It happens to me.

But sometimes I surprise myself and come up with completely random things that actually work. I get creative instead of overly serious.

A recent example:

Liza has been getting attitude with me lately. One day at lunch she started letting that attitude out and I looked at her and said "Liza! You don't have to let that attitude come out! You are in charge of it! Be the boss of it and tell it that it isn't allowed to come out! Push it back down girl!" And something clicked in her little head and she started pushing that attitude back down. She giggled and said "I'm going to push it all the way to my toes!" And we laughed as she wiggled around and I said something about how attitudes are good in the toes because it makes them dance and we started dancing out our attitudes. (Because, ya know, I have an attitude sometimes too.)

Now, it wasn't 100% effective because sometimes her attitude still gets the best of her... but she is learning. Learning to be in control. And sometimes when that attitude starts to come up I just have to simply remind her to push it back down.

I think the key to success in this situation was knowing my child. Liza is a girl who likes to be in charge. She has her own little set of imaginary kids that she bosses around. So I used that for something good. To teach her a good way to use that control and how to boss something that should be bossed.

Another creative example:

The other day Liza decided she didn't like the wall beside her bed. She told me it was scary and gave her bad dreams. I have no idea what brought this on and I she wasn't giving me any clues. Well, what's a mom to do? I could move her bed away from the wall. I could ignore her. I could do lots of things. But in another random moment I looked at the wall and started laughing. Liza looked at me like I was crazy so I explained to her that the wall was really silly! That it's not scary at all and every time I look at it it just makes me laugh because it is sooo silly! Then I looked away from the wall and stopped laughing. Then I looked at it real quick and laughed again. And before I knew it Liza was playing right along... looking at the wall that a moment ago was scary and now she was laughing at it. We now have our silly little game each night when I tuck her in. We steal glances at that silly wall and just giggle together.

Being creative has rescued me from situations with my kids sooo many times! And you know what? You can find that creativity too. You can find wisdom for each and every situation. God CREATED your child and we are told in James 1:5 that if we lack wisdom we can just ask for it. In the midst of it all you can just say a quick prayer. "God, I need wisdom for THIS." God cares about our kids more than we do. Hard to imagine yeah?

But we do need to train our children. I do not want to pass on fear. I do not want to simply be he authoritarian in my children's' lives. There is so much more that needs to happen! I need to do everything that I can to turn them into good adults who love God. Creativity has been a great tool for me on the journey.

How about you? Do you have stories about creative parenting??


Thursday, March 22, 2012

Yep... I Watch It.

American Idol.

Every year I'm all "I am not watching again next year. I'm over it." But you know... they just had to go and do auditions in Pittsburgh this year so I HAD to watch... with fingers crossed hoping that we wouldn't be made to look like fools. :)

A guy from Pittsburgh made it through the first round of auditions so I kept watching. He made it to the top 24 so I kept watching. Pittsburgh guy didn't make it to the top 13 but by that time I was completely interested in watching a few other contestants... mainly Colton Dixon.




His story... he auditioned last year and made it to the final cuts or something like that. He came back this year but wasn't auditioning. Instead, he was there to support his sister. The judges were all "No way dude! Sing NOW! You ARE auditioning man!" So he sang and he made it... and made it and made it and made it and here he is in the top 10!

So... why do I like Colton Dixon so much? Two reasons... I enjoy his music. I have never bought any cd by anyone that was on American Idol but I will buy Colton Dixon's music when it comes out.

The other reason... He's a Christian. Ok, so there is more to it than him JUST being a Christian. He is an unashamed Christian who can not help but to continue to live out his life in faith... no matter who is watching and what it might cost him. Recently an article came out about how producers of the show had warned him that being too outspoken about his faith could hurt his chances of doing well in the competition. He didn't care. He knows who he is.

"But, you know, being a Christian is who I am.  It is a part of me musically. It is what I want to do after the show -- go into Christian music."

 "I am not going to hide it, and I am not going to stray away from it just because I am on a TV show."
 Read the article.


See, here's the thing- He challenges me. I find myself asking "Would I be able to do the same?" How many times have I shied away from sharing my faith or speaking about God being a part of my life (which He very much is) when talking with a friend or neighbor? And here is Colton, on national TV, refusing to be someone he is not. And to that I say "GO HIM!" I hope I would handle the situation as well as this 20-year-old guy!

Last night he perfomed Piano Man, a song I already love, and made me love it even more. Colton was the last to go and it was kind of funny because he sang, I loved it, and then they cut to the review of the night and I was like "Oh yeah! That person is still here." I totally forgot about every other performance. I can't even tell you what most of them sang. (Except Philip Phillips because I think he always stands out too and I like him.) Below is Colton's performance. Watch through to the end and hear his response when Seacrest asks him what he was doing in those few moments before he began his song.



Have you been watching idol? What do you think of Colton and his being outspoken about his faith?



Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Empty Tomb Easter Garden

Hey!

Go make one of these!!




I saw this on pinterest today and ran out and bought what I needed and just put it all together with the kids. It will take 7-10 days for the grass to start growing so don't waste any time in getting started!

It will be a great reminder to be always talking about Jesus with the kids. Afterall we DO have to take care of it so every time we stop during our day to water it we will talk about Jesus and what Easter is really all about.

Super cool Easter project!


Do you have any cool Easter projects??

If I Could Just Get...

I do a Tuesday morning Bible study each week and I just love my group so much! Right now we are being taught by a lovely woman from our church. When I asked her to teach I simply said "Teach from any book of the Bible that you want. I trust that you will pray about it and go with what is on your heart." She came back a few weeks later and said "I'm going to do Ecclesiastes."

I'm not gonna lie. My initial reaction, which I kept to myself, was "oh. Wow. Ecclesiastes. I just read that and it was DEPRESSING! What on earth is she going to do with THAT book!??"

But let me tell ya! She has been giving me plenty of things to think about with her teaching! And I am really enjoying the study!

Here is the main thing I've been taking away so far...

THINGS don't satisfy. Actually nothing satisfies other than God. Anything apart from God is meaningless. And that's an awful way to live.

So often we go through life thinking things like:
*I'll be happy once I'm married.
*A new job would make my life so much better.
*If I can just get my kids potty trained and out of diapers...
*Life will be so much easier when my kids are in school.
*If I could just get that promotion, that raise.
*If I could just get that degree...

So many "If I could just get..." statements. End it however it fits in your life. If I could just get... through this. THEN.

But then what? Then I would be happy? Then I would be satisfied? Then my life would be better?

There is a problem with that kind of thinking. Well, two problems...

1. Only God can satisfy.
2. You are the same person. Let me explain what I mean... who I am won't change just because my situation changes. If I'm not happy and satisfied now, I won't be happy and satisfied once I get to the next thing. I might think I'm happier for a short time but it won't last.

Go to God for satisfaction, fulfillment and a meaningful life. Let Him change you into a better you. Find true and lasting joy for your every day. Because the reality is that today is the future you used to hope for. Are you satisfied? Did getting those things you hoped for make everything better? Or do you just find yourself hoping for a new future?

Get with God. Enjoy your now. Living a meaningful life.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Is He Really Laughing?

I'm sure you've heard the phrase "If you want to make God laugh just tell Him your plans."

And you know what... I get why people say it but it just kind of bothers me.

My kids tell me that they want to be all kinds of things when they grow up. When Jason says he wants to be a garbage man I know that it is likely that that is not what he will do with his life but I don't laugh at him either. I encourage him to DREAM. And right now, in his little mind, a garbage man is the coolest thing ever. And every time that Jason yells hi to our garbage man you should see the smile that lights up that man's face.

No one is laughing.

And I have plans. I have plans of what I want to do with my life. Plans of how I want to be better. Plans for what kind of neighborhood I hope to end up in and what I want to do with my time in that neighborhood. I have plans to give someone a home that does not have one. I have plans to reach people for Christ and better their lives. I have plans for what I hope to do with my money. I have plans for what I want to do with my time. I have plans for events. I have plans for books to write some day. I have plans for my days. I have meal plans.

I. Have. Plans.

And no. God is not laughing at them. God is not laughing at me. I can't see the whole picture but I believe it is unwise to have no plan at all. And while I can't see the whole picture, God can. So even if the plans aren't exactly what He has set, I really don't think He is laughing. Instead, I picture him being a loving daddy and smiling down at me saying "I love your heart Laura! Those ideas are wonderful!" And then, where they are off he will guide me back to HIS plan.

But laugh?

Nah. My Daddy doesn't make fun of me.



Beth's Baby Shower

This past Saturday I went to my friend Beth's baby shower. It was put on by some of her family and let me tell ya... they set it all up so cute! It was held in my church's cafe which is a great place because the light comes in and it's new and it's just a great place for little parties.

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Craftiness and decorating must run in her family.

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 Beth has an animal theme going on in the baby room. These were the adorable center pieces on our tables...

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There was lots of great food!

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I didn't eat that but it looked awesome! And these cute little bird's nest cupcakes...

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Beth's mother-in-law made this awesome diaper cake...

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Something that was really nice for Beth was that they asked everyone to take turns giving her advice. I don't remember at the moment what this woman said to Beth but I know that it was good, godly advice. It was a nice moment.

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Beth's mom mentioned unconditional love. I think I saw Beth get a little teary before she got up to give her mom a hug.

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Pretty sure she got a ridiculously awesome amount of gifts!

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Beth is certainly blessed with many, many family and friends that love her so much. But that's understandable because Beth is so easy to love! She is by far one of the sweetest people I have ever met! And I can't wait to meet her baby boy!!

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(Beth and her mom... sweet ladies!)


Monday, March 19, 2012

Handmade Gifts

I love giving gifts and whenever friends have babies it's always a great excuse to get crafty. This past weekend was my friend Beth's baby shower (more on that later) and I put together a fun basket of handmade gifts.

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I got most of the ideas from things I saw on Pinterest.

So what all is in the basket??

A newborn sized monster hat. I've been wanting to make a little one and Beth does some photography so I figured that it would be something she could keep and use for photoshoots in the future.

Can't wait to see it on a head!!

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A set of bibs with ties. Super cute!! I found the tutorial at Markham Street Design and it was a great one to follow.

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Some quick tips in case you decide to make them...
*I used heat-n-bond to hold the ties in place.
*You do have to iron that on and my bibs said not to iron. Well I did anyways and it discolored the parts that were ironed a little... so I just ironed the whole bib real quick and it turned out fine.
*To design the tie- I free handed it and once I got it about the right size I folded it down the middle and cut it out that way so it would be symmetrical (like you cut out a heart.)

They were a lot of fun to make!

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I also made a bundle of burp cloths using cloth diapers. You can find the tutorial at Petite Lemon Blog. These turned out well enough but I don't think I will do it this way again. I've seen several other ways to make burp cloths and will by trying a different way next time. (The thing I didn't like was that I could not get the ends lined up well. That bothers me.)

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The last thing in the basket was an awesome hooded towel! My kids have towels like this and they are so great. A bit big for a newborn baby but the day will come when they will love having that huge towel!

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I'm hoping to put together a photo tutorial explaining how I made the hooded towel. There are several tutorials linked in pinterest but I wasn't liking how they were going so I pulled out the towels we have and figured it out. Hopefully I'll have that tutorial together in a week or so. (It's super simple!)

So that is what Beth got from me. I was happy with the way everything turned out.

What kinds of gifts do you give to new moms?

Silliness

I've been going through photos from last year, editing them, and loading them to a site for order. I've been behind forever and well... catching up is on my 2012 to-list. :) So I've been plugging away. And I am finding pictures that I forgot I had. It's kind of fun.

Remember when I got this great family photo?

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Well...

That was in October.

And I also got these ones...

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You can't get a good picture in this house without promising to do some silly ones as well. :)



Sunday, March 18, 2012

God Alone

Sooo... my overflow isn't very hearty lately.

There is a lot going on in my life and I'm sorting through it all. But I'm definitely stressed and depressed. I have a lot of hard, sad days. I'm not sleeping well which leaves me tired all the time. It's been tough.

And since I'm being honest I might as well tell you that I've been mad at God too. Angry. But I'm working that out. Deep down I KNOW that God isn't my problem and is in fact my answer. But I'm still mad. And I think that's ok. It's better than turning away from him all together. And I know I won't stay mad forever. I just need to sort through my feelings and dig down to the truth that I know. I'll get there.

This morning in church we sang a song that was good for my heart.

 You Are God Alone by Phillips, Craig and Dean.

The chorus says:
You are God alone
From before time began
You were on your throne
You are God alone

And right now
In the good times and bad
You are on your throne
You are God alone

It was a good reminder to me to believe what I have been learning to believe over the past year... No matter what God is still God and no matter what God is still good.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Family Photo Shoot

I've been working through my 2012 to-do list pretty quickly and if I keep going at this rate I'll be done with it in no time. :)

I have a photography list every year. I like to do one of everything. Just to practice and find what it is that I really love and work out what my weaknesses are so I can improve. In February, while I was in Florida, I took pictures of my sister's family. I've done very few family shoots so it was nice to get the practice in and I knew that my sister would be happy with whatever we got so I didn't feel intense pressure. 

So here some pics I got of Linda, Troy and my nieces Rayna and Kyla.

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