I am prepping to take over the front display in April at The Antique Barn where I have a booth. For an extra fee, dealers can rent the front display for a month, which gives us great exposure. I decided on a spring and gardening theme and have been busy building to stock the space Friday morning.
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Monday, March 27, 2017
Happy MORE Monday! Whether you have been joining me from the beginning of 2017 or this is your first day here, today is the day (and this week is the week) to stop and pause and redefine your goals for the year. This is also our regrouping week because if we don't take a moment to reflect and refocus, we typically throw the towel in and give up.
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Happy Sunday! On our recent trip to Moab I was in awe of the arches and rock formations. Many of them seem to defy the laws of gravity and I had no idea how they had not tumbled to the ground--it appears impossible to my limited human thinking. As I return to reality (i.e. my daily life as opposed to vacation life), I encounter people who are dealing with seemingly impossible situations. Sadly, they are correct--on our own the hard life things are insurmountable. BUT, thankfully, the difficult becomes doable when we have Jesus on our side. He loves to work on the unfeasible "stuff" and make it achievable. This week, give God your impossible circumstances and let Him make them possible!
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Monday, March 20, 2017
Today's MORE Monday focus is going to piggy-back off my Sunday Verses from yesterday-- getting more balance in our life. Yesterday, I shared that keeping God at the center of our lives is the best way to find the correct balance. I absolutely believe this. But, there are of course things we can do to help keep our lives balanced. Today, I want to give you ideas can use to focus on finding balance.
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Happy Sunday! We spent spring break in Moab, Utah hiking and seeing all kinds of amazing rock formations like this one called Balance Rock. There were several incredible rocks "balancing" in what looked like the most precarious positions and I wondered how they did not fall. It made me think about how our lives are often a careful balancing act. There are many different paths to living a balanced life and your path may not look like mine, but letting Jesus be at the center of our lives in the one key we all can rely on for equilibrium. When we put God first--before our need to control things, before our ideas of how everything should work out, before our timetable--He works the balance out. This week let's work at giving "IT" to God and let him work it out.