I’m still here. The holiday weekend was full of food and I partook. I tried to think about it differently, but in the end the grazing and chatting happened the same as it always does. I must say that the same thing happened again. I gained and then I lost right back to the beginning.
It’s Monday, so I’m over here – Come join us!
Pride. It has always been a problem for me, but I found some additional characteristics of pride in my reading this morning that is revealing that it’s much more widespread in my life than I had originally thought. And that makes me terribly sad…but I have hope that I can acknowledge it and choose God’s
386. A perfectly beautiful day spent with really good friends. 387. Being married to my best friend, who is a simply wonderful human being.
This morning was an UGH. I have been weighing every morning again. I know that others in my various TW groups have been convicted to weigh less, but for right now, I feel this is the right thing for me…but this morning’s weigh-in made me sad. Up two pounds. And I thought I was doing
381. 382. Holiday weekends 383. Naptime on Saturdays 384. Hearing J4 and J5 playing in the other room. (I know, this one has made frequent appearances in this list…it’s just my #1 favorite sound in the whole world.) 385. Projects that improve the look and feel of our home.
“I am forgiven all my sins and washed in the blood” TW 125 He is so rich in kindness and grace that he purchased our freedom with the blood of his Son and forgave our sins. Ephesians 1:7 I am forgiven. If you’ve been reading my blog at all, you’ll see that I have been
Ok, so I really suck at blogging lately. I have thoughts I want to write about but then get sidetracked by one of the other billion or so things that are going on either in my head or in real life. Having a toddler will do that to you. But the reason I am blogging
Ann, over at Holy Experience wrote a wonderful post today that I hope you take the time to read.
“I am God’s child for I am born again of the incorruptible seed of the Word of God which lives and abides forever.” TW p125 For you have been born again, but not to a life that will quickly end. Your new life will last forever because it comes from the eternal, living word of