the gift of perspective.
the gift of an email randomly sent and a whisper that told me to save it for later.
God whispers. Sometimes the way things line up completely freaks me out.
posters. They turned out better than I thought they would. Even if the printer messed them up and the need to be redone *sighs*
attitude adjusters & non-chemical mood elevators. Today's were brought to me by: "I love you" texts from my favorite human, a Ms. Amy email, Snapfish customer Service, the magic of Google, and some interesting timing on the part of God.
Jalapeño Pringles. What? Don't judge me...
left over salad. It was not very good so it kept me from eating too much. Unfortunately it could not keep me from stuffing my hand in the Pringles can *sighs*
water. Water is the miracle cure. It will wash away all the onion straws, chicken wings, birthday cake and Jalapeño Pringles. Right?
no rejection notice from the publisher. I'm choosing to see this as a good thing. They've had my manuscript since April. Sent in with a fully paid, self addressed, return envelope. Yes, I'm going to see this as a good thing. I mean, I got a personal email from the guy. He'd at least send me a rejection letter and not leave a girl hangin. Yes, no rejection letter is a good sign *sticks head back in the sand*
"The Lord of the Bean" made even more splendid by how hard the man searched for it. An epic movie full of puns and Elvis impersonators and cookie loving sporks. This was a great gift. Oh, and the theme of the movie? "You are given a gift what are you going to do with it?" Seriously dude, the way God gets my attention is absolutely astounding. I know, I know, he's God, he can do anything. It still gets me...