I really have got to get on top of this blogging thing. How was I able to keep it up during school but not after?!
On a completely unrelated note, I received an email today that touched me. I found a little gold dust in the sand today.
A couple years ago I signed up for this "Daily Message" on lds.org. It's pretty cool, and if you don't get it you totally should. Every day I get a quote from general conference and once in a while the quote lines up exactly with what I am dealing with that day. Sadly, the fact that these messages are so common leads a girl to take them for granted. (I guess that's kind of how the Spirit speaks to us too.)
Anyway, this was today's quote:
"Being grateful in our circumstances is an act of faith in God. It requires that we trust God and hope for things we may not see but which are true. By being grateful, we follow the example of our beloved Savior, who said, “Not my will, but thine, be done.” True gratitude is an expression of hope and testimony. It comes from acknowledging that we do not always understand the trials of life but trusting that one day we will."~Uchtdorf
The ending was the gold for me. Gratitude comes from "acknowledging that we do not always understand the trials of life but trusting that one day we will."
Yeah I really liked that.
Alright, so let's just complete this little chord here and start a somewhat-unrelated note. I'm going to Efy next week!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That deserves 101 exclamation points, but I'm too lazy. I had girls camp last week and Efy this week, and I just can't wait!
Yeah that's all. I will report back on the many adventures of EFY in a week.
Signing off (or singing off? ;)