So, I didn’t post on Wednesday like I usually do (I try to post Monday, Wednesday and Friday). To be a “successful” blogger and to maintain your readership, it is said that you should post at least three times a week. Well, I just couldn’t this week, and although I was really frustrated and cranky over it for a day, I had to just let it go. Other things were more important. I had to fight to not pick up my old “hustling to be successful” ways. It wasn’t easy, but I did it! Yay, me! I guess I need to stick to my own definition of successful, right?
In an effort to keep from getting stressed, I thought it would be fun to do a “Fun Friday” post on what I’m loving right now. Like these spiders that look like they’re crawling up my house for Hallween! And guess what?!? They are from TARGET! They’re about the easiest Halloween decorations EVER! I just stuck the wire legs into the back of the gutter to get them to stay.
On the gate, I bent the legs around the edges of the gate and the post. So far, they’ve stayed on. This is the closest I could find to the exact spider online. I purchased them in store.
The other night, all I had to make for dinner was sausage. Truly, that was it. I didn’t even have eggs. Well, I put it on a cutting board with cheese and crackers, and my boys loved it. Sometimes I make dinner too complicated- what a great epiphany!
I love my new cut, color, and style by RPM Creations! What is it about a good cut, color and style?!
When I read this quote, I felt it in my soul. I had tears in my eyes writing that.
Yup, I had tears in my eyes over this one, too. Doing work on my hurts was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. I’m so glad I did. Do you follow the author of Love Does, Bob Goff, on Instagram? I’m all in.
This is still one of my favorite books of all time! I cannot wait to see the movie!
I love being a part of my friend Courtney Garret’s new Bible Study (podcast here). She shared this quote with us on Wednesday, and my eyes filled with tears. She then challenged us to straighten our friend’s crowns, too, and that’s when the waterworks started. P.S. I like this quote, but I’m not crazy about the pic. Hahaha!