Since I don't find myself with enough time on my hands this week, I will keep this post short and sweet. And sweet, it is! Because...
Ummmm will you just look at that beautiful mess?! Greg decided that it would be a great idea to start baking again, so he purchased a box of Reese's Cupcake mix and whipped up these beauties--except, they are now sitting right in front of my eyes and I just can't seem to look elsewhere. It's a quality problem, isn't it? :) I love the fact that he finally gained some motivation to bake because there is nothing sweeter than seeing your man in the kitchen, hah!
Random side story: when Greg and I first met at a CCC Bible study and went on a group picnic at the park, he seriously impressed me by bringing homemade cookies. And by 'impressed', I mean that I kind of swooned right then and there...
I am also working on some fun details for Selah's first birthday party (Dohl in Korean). Like I mentioned before, I probably won't go crazy on the small details, but I still want to keep it fun and colorful. You can see that it will be centered around a bird theme! After I chose the theme I realized that it was somewhat similar to our wedding.
I have also been extremely inspired by this beautiful young woman who auditioned for the X Factor in Australia! My dad is obsessed with her gift and awesome personality, and he definitely rubbed that off on me. Dami Im is a woman of otherworldly humility and truly shines from the inside out. I am blown away!
And tell me, guys...can judges me any more arrogant and superficial? Just because a person does not fit into the mainstream mold in terms of appearance, it does not give us the license to assume that they don't have God-given talents and abilities. This is a great example of looking at a person's heart rather than the surface.
She totally rocks it at the grand finale with her emotional and carefree singing. I can feel the emotions spilling out of this performance!!!
Have a blessed day, and let's make it a purposeful one!
What are your thoughts on people's (judges specifically) perceptions regarding those who don't fit "into the mold", so to speak?
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