Now, it makes no sense to me to take medicine that makes you sick in order to get better.

But that’s what I’m doing.

Doctor’s orders.

Have you ever taken an antibiotic that makes you have…bathroom issues? (I sound like a commercial), but that is my current situation. Between snotting all over the computer and running to the B-Room, this blog will be as good as it gets.

Today though, is such a glorious day outside that I HAD TO—I mean HAD TO pull up my bootstraps and get out of bed already so I could enjoy some of it. The sun is shining, and it is nearly tee shirt weather out there.

The Grandparent’s Tea I talked about yesterday was a total and complete hit and I can’t tell you how blessed this family is to have the family that we do. My father was unable to make it do to Florida’s bike week, but my mom, and mother and father in law were in attendance, as were all of the kid’s in my son’s class and his teacher as they performed the greatest tea time hits, including “I’m a little tea pot.”

It was so cute.

Do you ever marvel at some of the cutest things that God gives us and wonder…? I marvel at the fact that my five-year-old is even mine and wonder. I am so blessed. God must love us more than we could ever understand. And all we can do is bask in his sunlight and be grateful. “Jesus loves us” was another song that the kids sang, and it would so awesome to see.

I hope you get moments of awesomeness in your life too, but more so, I hope that you can really “see” them and learn to appreciate the little things in life. It is God’s plan for us all to search for Him and I can see Him in so many things around me. He has blessed me, and it has made me whole. And Amen to that!

This scripture comes from Joyce Meyer from her devotional book, “Starting your day right: Devotions for each morning of the year.” It’s from July 27th. The devotion is titled, “God Works While You Rest.”

“Now to Him Who, by (in consequence of) the [action of His] power that is at work within us, is able to [carry out His purpose and] do superabundantly, far over and above all that we [dare] ask or think [infinitely beyond our highest prayers, desires, thoughts, hopes, or dreams]. Ephesians 3:20

The little things

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