So I got rid of my facebook. Part of it was conviction and another was a suggestion on my wise husband's behalf. It took a lot of strength (pathetic, eh?). Seriously-I deactivated it and went and told my husband and he asked me how I was doing...
It was like a false life circuit was cut off: false meaning in the sense of a medicinal temporary life sustainer versus the real flesh and blood.
I want so desperately to be more relational, call people back, cook/bake for people, etc. And to be entirely honest, I could've spent hours on facebook just looking at pictures and seeing status updates (really edifying lifestyle).
So-all of me is back. And although I feel borderline naked without my "social network," I pray God gives me many, many people that I can serve in the time that I would have been perusing the social likes of 700+ individuals (disclaimer: not in a stalker sort of way :)).
This is for all of you:
|Watch out...glitter projects for the holidays to come.|
Thus today: I am making two dinners for a woman I met in Starbucks who had a baby two weeks ago. I know how much I love it when people bless me with food and she doesn't have any family here so I offered to bring a few things over. The kicker is-they are gluten free so I am learning to navigate that realm (oat and rice flour were purchased this am).
On the list:
-Everything Free Oatmeal Cookies
-Beef Stew in the crock pot
-Butternut Squash Chili (sounds amazing!!!)
Oh, and my amazing parents delivered our crib on Saturday and sister and them helped put it together...it is coming along so adorably! Good thing, this wee one is starting to take up a lot of room inside of me :) And talk about active...
Alrighty. All my love, Anna N