A small flame

A small flame

Keeping Perspective on a Busy Week






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I'm starting a crazy-busy week!

In addition to the 'same old stuff' like school & babysitting, we have a seminary-wide cook-out and a visit with some out-of-state relatives. It will all be so much fun.

On Thursday, I will be flying to Wisconsin.

I'm super excited to see some of the people I love there!


My baby sister has been in college in Wisconsin and will be graduating on Friday.

So proud of her!

And, overwhelmed that the Lord has provided for me to go celebrate her big day with her!



And, since I'm doing this trip by myself, I'm also very excited for a little break from my boys.

I love 'em, but whew! Boys sure do make you tired!

(This latest sentence is straight from one of the cousins we spent time with this weekend. I completely agree with her!)



Aaanyway, I've got a busy week doing stuff here and getting ready to leave.




Love this song from Salvador right now.



Happy Monday!
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Even in the little things
That never seem too big to me
And the things that I thought
Didn’t matter much at all

As simple as my daily bread
To the strength I need to get out of bed
When I fly, when I’m about to Fall

It’s you in me
That I fail to see

Make me aware, make me see
Everything I am is not all about me
Take my world, turn it around
So that the obvious can finally be found

Make me aware, make me aware

When my life is hanging from a thread
And I think about the things you said
That in this moment seem so far away

Help me see the guarantees
That first brought me to believe
So I can make it through another day

Oh, it’s you in me
That helps me to breathe

Make me aware, make me see

That everything I am is not all about me
So take my world, turn it around
So that the obvious can finally be found

Make me aware
I have been missing so much
Not recognizing your touch
Or acknowledging you’re the reason I’m even here

I have been missing so much
Not recognizing your touch

Make me aware, make me aware

Help me see
That everything I am is not all about me
Take my world, turn it around
So that the obvious can finally be found
Make me aware, make me aware

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