So remember the shower drain problem from losing my hair? This is what happens just when I take my hair out of a ponytail.
Brynlie got to hold her cousin Allison last night. It's getting a little trickier now that Allie is almost as big as she is.
We ended the night watching So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation. Talk about cute!! There are some seriously talented little kids on that show! If you haven't watched it you should check it out. Kennedy ate it up!
Today was kind of a nightmare. I spent the entire day, in 95 degree weather, transforming this:
On a super random note, I've been meaning to share this for quite some time but kept on forgetting:
If you know me well, you know I struggle with inequality in life. I utter the words "that's not fair" quite often over many different things. I always feel like a baby whenever I do, but one of my weaknesses is being able to properly handle those moments when life just isn't fair and the scales are tipped vastly more one way than the other. In fact I can get pretty bitter and angry about it.
I was reading a conference talk though, and came across this excerpt and felt like it was written just for me. In all my complaining and struggles to accept things the way they are, I never stopped to consider the eternal scheme of things. All these struggles are temporary. In the next life, none of this will matter. What will matter is how we handled what we were given, and I really needed that reminder. In case you're struggling with something that seems unfair or difficult, please read this and know it's not permanent. It has really helped me improve on this weakness of mine. I read this often and wanted to share it.
See you soon!