Only 67 days to go of my Grateful year!
The highlight of the last three days would be yesterday – last exam of the semester!
And my Charli girl bought me a bunch of lilies by way of congratulations🙂 They are still buds; lovely big pods of impending beauty and fragrance. And I kind of like the analogy…they’re not quite ‘there’ yet but they hold the promise of things to come. Just like me and my degree (if only it was only going to take a few days instead of years!).
And the little basil plant in the bottom photo? His story will have to wait for another day :)
So, yes, this week I am very grateful for the fullness of this life I get live :)
Gosh, I can’t believe how long it’s been since I was here! I’m going to blame uni for the absence….that and some big changes for us work wise🙂
Yesterday I sat my first and final exam for my first semester at uni *cue big sigh of relief. Whilst it has taken up my spare time, I have thoroughly enjoyed it and I’m already looking forward to March when I’ll do another two subjects.
Now that I have a little bit more time, I thought I’d get back into posting my Grateful Book entries every day. And check out the book now! It won’t even close, it’s that full🙂
So stay tuned for another post tonight with today’s gratefulness🙂
Well, the year is rocketing past at a stupid pace and while I’ve still been taking Polaroids and adding to my Grateful book, I haven’t managed to post them up here (in case you hadn’t noticed!).
It’s been a full and lovely couple of months: some birthdays, catch ups with friends, work, chill time and the start of Uni (eeek!!) and lots of ‘normal’ days in between🙂
So here’s some of the past months grateful entries🙂 Hope all is well in your world!
The last nine days have included dinner with my lovely mum and dad, a gecko stand off with our small fluffy four legged Vincent (dog 1, gecko 0), celebrating that husband of mine’s birthday, seeing our friend’s band play (they were outstanding), election of my husband to church council (I voted no but he got in anyway), chill time and finally today, some long awaited writing time.
So grateful for the fullness of life!
“I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” John 10 vs 10