Friday, July 29, 2011

Unplug

Hi friends!
We have made it to Friday, and I could not be more thankful.

I am so excited about all the new friends and people I am meeting through blogging!  There are so many kind bloggers out there with sweet generous hearts.  I am loving all the sweet comments and encouraging words that so many of you have to say.  I am loving all the news ways I am seeing Jesus work in those close to me and far from me.  I love seeing sisters worshiping him in all walks of life.  I love the wisdom from those who are wiser than me, and I love reaching out to those in the same place as me.

But, I am so ready to UNPLUG.  I am ready to  turn by brain off and just focus on my husband.  (Who, by the way, comes home TONIGHT!!)  I am not going to worry about commenting, reading, or posting.

I can become so easily overwhelmed by blogging.  So many ladies who seem to have it all together in their real lives and "blog" lives.  It can become a place for me to compare, and not a place to worship. And when it feels like work and trying so hard and not just an outlet to let Jesus shine, then it's time to unplug.

So for the weekend, I'm unplugging.  I am napping with my husband.  I am sleeping late.  I am reading the words of my Savior and letting Him work in me.  I'm living satisfied in the life I have here.

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I'll see you Monday morning refreshed.

4 comments:

  1. I think unplugging to spend time with your husband is a great idea - have fun! ;)

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  2. I LOVE THIS. Good for you. When you realize that it's becoming a place of comparision and negativity, it's time to take a break. Enjoy your husband. Let the Lord refresh you. I hope you love your unplugged weekend!

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