It's Friday again! Wednesday was Leap Day! I'm usually not one to do anything special or unusual or really even ponder Leap Day and all, but as I looked around at other Leap Day blog posts, I'm wondering what I'll be doing in four years. Let's see...I'll be sixteen (Eek! Ever wanna go to Neverland and never grow up? :P). Eleventh grade (Scary, I'm telling you, scary!). Going through all of the CLEP stuff and online college, hopefully, and even more hopefully--I will have been to C*ina and back
and over again. :D
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I started Faithful Fridays so that Christians could have one designated day a week (although I don't think they should keep it to just one day) to share something about their Faith--a prayer request, answered prayer, Bible verse, something God's laid on your heart, etc. To participate in Faithful Fridays, just grab the button above for your post along with a link to my blog somewhere in your post, too. After you've published your post, please come let me know in your comment that you participated and leave me a link to your blog. I'd love to come read your post! Once I see that you've participated a few times, I will add you to this list of regular Faithful Friday-ers! :)
My mama participates on her blog, Country Girl at Home.
Ms. Patty participates on her blog, Blessings Beyond.
Ms. Retha participates on her blog, Retha's Rambles.
Rachel participates on her blog, Stand Out Don't Fit In.
I've posted on this before, but today made me want to post about it again.
Today was a pancake-flippy day. My day started off hectic, crazy, tiring, and frustrating (not to mention it was cloudy and overcast--literally). And then in the last few hours, it just flipped like a pancake. The sun came out, things calmed down, and I got a new burst of energy. A catchy song came on in my head and as I was alone outside, I began to sing to the air. I felt like skipping around, hugging people, dancing, singing, and praising God for just about everything.
And sometimes, we just have to pause. Take a breath. And really just thank God for those little things (blessings) that He sends to brighten our day. Because he really does care about the little things, the small things that make us happy. Those little perks to our day.
A new friend.
A random compliment.
And then we can sing and dance around the room. :)
Take delight in the LORD,
and he will give you the desires of your heart.
Have a great day, everyone!