Adam and I have narrowed it down to two color combos!! Of course, I’m not going to tell which one yet. That’ll have to wait till we pick out a venue and start designing save-the-dates and invites…. but I think may have to “rocks, paper, scissors” this one to see who ‘wins.’
I just rediscovered why I LOVE Google Chrome soo much!!
It has a great apps store. Apps are displayed really nicely on screen in your toolbar - not bulky, just awesome. Minimalistic design. Search bar and address bar are all one. And finally, last but most definitely not least, Chrome now has an extension for StumbleUpon! (This is why I was waiting to switch).
Dear Google, you have all my support and love again. <3
“for it is God who works in you both to will and to do for His good pleasure.” Philippians 2:13
Dana smiled when her daughter Anna looked up at the embroidery on her mother’s lap.
“Mommy, it looks like such a mess on this side!” Dana responded, “Wait ‘til you see it when it’s finished.” Sure enough, a while later, Anna sat on her mother’s lap and saw the embroidery from the other side. She said, “Mommy, it’s beautiful!” Oh, the underside was still a mass of dangling threads and knots. But the design on top was spectacular.
So many times I’ve looked up at my Heavenly Father and wondered, “Lord, what are You doing?” The embroidery of my life looked so messy and jumbled to me. So many threads were dark. Yet God’s Word reminds you and me that one day He will bring us up on His knee.
From there we will be able to see God’s beautiful design for our lives from HIS point of view.
“Successful men, in all callings, never stop acquiring specialized knowledge related to their major purpose, business, or profession. Those who are not successful usually make the mistake of believing that the knowledge acquiring period ends when one finishes school. The truth is that schooling does but little more than to put one in the way of learning how to acquire practical knowledge. Experience has proven that the best-educated people are often those who are known as “self-made,” or self-educated. It takes more than a college degree to make one a person of education. The person who stops studying merely because he has finished school is forever hopelessly doomed to mediocrity, no matter what may be his calling. The way of success is the way of continuous pursuit of knowledge.”—Napoleon Hill, Think & Grow Rich