This has been a very busy week in our house ... our sweet dancin'-machine Lucy has been here this week for her dance camp -- ahumm -- Musical Theater Dance Camp.
From 9am to 4pm... this girl is on-the-move!
So watch out Dancing With The Stars -- right here in our household is the next dancing star!
We've all been so proud of her this week ... this is the first time ever that Lucy has been away from either me or her momma for an entire day -- let alone doing this for 5 full days!!! And yes, Granny had some serious teary eyes when I dropped her off Monday morning!
And so now, here we are at Thursday already! I still haven't gotten much of my household chores completed, but I have been keeping busy during the day while the house is quiet. And I've been looking back at some pictures from this past weekend. Dan & I met Jacqueline and the kids at our kind of half-way point on Sunday ... Father's Day was pretty hectic with change of schedules & plans for Lucy's week with us, but God always has His perfect plans laid out no matter how many times we set our schedules "in stone".
and these are the priceless moments that we wouldn't trade for anything. Schedules will certainly be rearranged a thousand times in a week, but
God is ALWAYS good and He is ALWAYS faithful.
And this brings this Granny to today ... with so many household chores awaiting and so many thoughts running through this mind of mine... you know, there's always other things that we can set our minds on and be consumed with ... but I choose to focus on the positive. Paul reminds us in Philippians what we are to think about ...
... whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy -- meditate on these things.
It's so easy to get caught up in the here-and-now ...
but God sees our whole book.
He knows our next page.
He is the Author of our role in His creation.
And so it's my endeavor to
enjoy the little things ...
enrich those around you ...
embrace the now as we have it ...
God Bless, my friends!