Friday, May 20, 2011

My Week in Review

Filled With Praise

I am linking up with Amy today...for the last time.  She is taking a break from doing this meme, which I totally understand and respect.  So make sure to pop over to Amy's blog and show her some love!

{High}
I think I will just one big run-on sentence of highs this week...sunshine, my girls, my wonderful husband, friendships, my church, my God, running, happiness, sharing Christ boldly with hurting people, my Ridge Group, and my mom and step-dad are coming to visit tomorrow, big Texas sized bows for my girls, and cheap, cute sandals!

{Low}
My best friend's father-in-law suddenly passed away on Tuesday morning, he was only 56.  I only met him a couple times, but he was a very strong man in the eyes of the Lord.  John, or as his grand kids called him, Big Daddy, will be greatly missed by anyone who had the pleasure of meeting him.  Please pray for the Fuller family.

{Lesson Learned} 
I feel like this is a lesson I know, learned, and re-learned, but I am still perfecting it...my attitude absolutely, 100% shapes the attitude of my family.  And it is so true friends.  Think about it.  So I am learning to constantly readjust my attitude and get in the word more.  I need to soak up scripture way more than I have been.  So that's a goal for this coming week.





6 comments:

Sarah Robbins said...

I will miss see your week in review posts. You could do them anyways?

I loved seeing Lucy's big flower! Cheered me right up today!

I'm sorry about your loss. I think the sudden ones are the saddest. . .

Kristin said...

I love the pics and the one of Lucy and Elwood :) So sorry about your friend's loss.

Holly said...

Im sorry about your friend's FIL :(

Im w/ Kristin on the pics!

Im glad there were lots of highs this week!

Tracy: said...

I love week in review posts too! Great pictures of your sweet girls! :)

4 Blessings said...

I am so sorry about your friend's father.

Thank you so much for your lesson learned. I absolutely agree and have to re-learn that one a lot.
Blessings,
Amy

Julie said...

I SO agree on the attitude! I keep thinking of the saying "If momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy." I think it's true. From what I've noticed lately...my mood really seems to play a huge part in how the family interacts during the day. I never realized it before. So I'm trying to work on being happy, being calm, being patient, etc.