Do you know the lyrics to Frank Sinatra's "I Did It My Way"? Because I sure don't...
One thing I do know is this; I know that not everything went my way today, and you know what? That is completely okay! yay!
It all started in the morning when I was wanting to eat french toast and Ashley's buckwheat bake.
As usual my stomach was growling after 30 minutes had passed, so I opted for an all-natural muffin topped with TJ's mango butter (heavenly stuff!!!) and cottage cheese on the side.
Earlier today I was perusing through several cookie recipes.
I had finally decided to bake chocolate peanut butter chip cookies for our kids! So did I get to bake any? Nope, because I took too long trying to make a choice. But that's okay, I still have more opportunities! ;)
Afterward, I wanted to squeeze in a 20 minute workout but I could only afford to go for 6 intense minutes due to time constraint. (I need to manage my time better)
I had the kids memorize some Bible verses today, but of course I had to give them till next week. They were about to revolt against me for not giving them candy! Again, that didn't go as planned--and again, I know they're in God's hands. If you don't hear from me next Friday then you'll know what happened.
After volunteering I headed over to the Whole Foods food bar! Oh my goodness was it good. Hey, I guess at least that went my way!
Now I'm at a Starbucks typing away and it feels oh so good to sit down, relax, and get ready for Bible study tonight.
I'm so excited to see what we're learning today. I guess that's going my way too.
All in all, there are always blessings in the midst of busyness.
I'm thankful and hopeful that today's lesson about "trust" stuck with the kids. Actually, I know and I have faith that it went God's way.
Not everything has to go my way, and I loiiiiikk it. After all, He knows best!
Count your blessings guys! I'll definitely be counting mine. :D
Do you freak out when little things don't go your way?
-For me, it's usually if I don't get my time alone
Does it take you forever to decide what recipe to follow?