Trading my ashes for beauty….that He might be glorified.
Good Monday Morning 8.8.22
Happy Monday! I hope you had an enjoyable weekend. We attended a wedding – which was absolutely lovely – on Friday night and, on Saturday, I joined a small group of family and friends to help my senior friend continue her birthday celebration. It was a very “social” weekend and very nice. However, I’m looking forward to this new week and, especially, a fresh Monday to stay home and recharge my introverted self:)
On Friday, I joined a “new to me” link-up…and, truth be told, I almost did not. The post I wrote was…well, outside of my comfort zone and I felt completely unsure about posting it. I even considered taking it down. Not exactly sure why other than I totally overthink the silliest things. (Other things that probably warrant extra thinking, I don’t give a second thought.) Anyhoo, the link-up was so enjoyable and I met several new bloggers this weekend. Note to self (for the 300th time) – get out of that comfort zone every once and a while!! Have you stepped outside of your comfort zone lately?? I thought it was going to be easier to do in this new decade of life! Hmmm –
As the new week begins, I thought I would leave you with this quote that I read this week. It is worth “chewing over” throughout the week ahead. Have a blessed week friends. Come back on Wednesday. I will be doing my monthly “Currently” post which I thought was no longer going to happen – imagine my surprise (and delight!) when I discovered my blogging friend, Jen, was going to continue it!!
“Whatever we have, we have because God, in His grace and generosity, has given it to us. When we realize this, there comes into our life a joyful gratitude for what we do have, and we are freed from resentment and anxiety over what we do not have.” Ben Patterson
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