I have a confession. Ok, not really a confession because just about everyone who actually knows me knows it and I am not ashamed of it, but....
I have an obsession, of sorts, with Winnie the Pooh! Yes, go ahead and laugh, but seriously, I kind of like him a lot (ok, not as much as Cowboys, but that is a different story).
So my car has a little Winnie the Pooh hanging on the mirror and he basically is my friend that accompanies me on all my road trips and road adventures of getting lost (happens a lot).
So, whether you like it or not this post is Winnie the Pooh quotes. I probably just scared away half my readers, but you know if you can't put up with my Winnie the Pooh obsession for just one day than that is really just too bad. Be thankful I did not decide to do a Seven Brides for Seven Brothers post instead. I would understand if you left me after that. That would be the testing of whether we are true friends or not, but this time I am just sticking with Winnie the Pooh. ;)
This summer was full of
new adventures, new beginnings, joyous celebrations, dreams coming true, hard
work, and long quiet days learning to rest in Jesus more. My sweet friend from North
Carolina, whom I have known since infanthood, got married in May. I myself,
started courting a kind, godly, tenderhearted, young gentleman at the end of
May. I worked landscaping during the month of June. Then went home for the month
of July to spend time with my family before my sister, Priscilla, married the
man of her dreams at the beginning of August. I started my senior year of college,
while my middle sister started her freshman year. I turned 24 at the end of
last week, which was actually quite exciting, but only because my sweet beau
made it a very special day to be remembered forever, otherwise, 24 isn’t too
remarkable. ;) Busy as this summer has
been, it has also been a very special season to me. Starting a courtship
relationship with one of my best friends of the last two years is a unique an…
"Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change." James 1:17 Another year of school is coming to a close and it has certainly not lacked in its mountains and the valleys. There have been challenges And adventures And ice cream And chocolate And papers to write And books to read And dishes to wash. There has also been Hope and disappointment, Repenting and forgiving, Heart wrenching sadness and overwhelming joy, New friends and old friends, Giving up and persevering, Dancing in the rain and weeping in the rain, Trusting and waiting, Learning and failing, And always grace new every morning.