Today, the world lost a Ghostbuster. Thank you, Harold Ramis, for being one of my faves as an 80’s kid.
I must say, I’m rather pleased with my most recent #DnB acquisition. #nostagia
Never take for granted the people that God threads through your life. Relationships are what matters most. I’m thankful to call this man one of my friends.
Alas, I suppose it was a matter of time. Farewell, my favorite drinking mug. From the teas, waters, sodas, and stronger beverages…you served me well for 13 years. You will be missed. #rip #sentimental Glass Mug 2001 - 2014.
I think this is one of many ways to start a great new year :) My #motogp #2014 calendar came in the mail today! Also a great way to end a long day of work! Go @valeyellow46!!!!!!!!
To my dear friends and family: If you’re looking for a beautiful place to spend Christmas Eve, I know of one! If you can make it to Kaneohe, come check out Hope Chapel - I’ll be there all eve, and would love to sit with you :) Happy Christmas!
Every time I tie a tie, I think of how my pop taught me back in high school. I’m happy to have a dad like him. #blessed to #learntheropes
I pray heaven has roads like these. No idea where this is on earth, but DANG. #perfection
Kept 2 out of the 3 yolks for today’s omelette. Apparently my body is throwing me a curveball and burning more than I eat :/ #fitness #makeupyourmind
Got off early from work today, so I decided to spend my late afternoon on a #mountain.
Some mountains in this life can be avoided, others leveled, but there are some that require conquering - challenging you to become the stronger person you never thought you could be on your own. As for me, and this season of summits, I’ll keep climbing.
Drove behind these 4 on the way home. I could tell they were young kids with new rides by the way they maneuvered about the highway…reminds me of 10 years ago when I first got on 2 wheels. Missing the old days of simplicity, motors, LATE nights, and old friends.
Waiting for God’s Best
By Rebecca St. James
I’m often asked how I remain patient with God’s plan for my life when I’m still single. I’ve talked so much about it, it’s no secret—eventually I want to get married. The truth is that there have been many moments when I’ve been tired of waiting for the right guy to arrive. My mum challenged me once. “You need to let go and trust God with this,” she said. I started tearing up. She was right. I asked, “How do you let go of something so important?”
Relinquishing this to God has been quite a process, but I don’t want anything for myself that God doesn’t want for me. Where are the joy and abundant life in settling for something that He doesn’t desire for my life? Releasing this was incredibly freeing. I still believe God will grant me this desire, but I will trust God either way. Until you come to that place of abandonment, the grass always looks greener on the other side. If you can’t surrender something of such importance, the danger is that when it comes you will cling to it and suffocate it, and you may end up hurting the very thing you have longed for. I now feel that I will be able to go into marriage as a whole person. A better prayer than “God, when will You bring the special guy into my life?” is “God, I don’t know what You have in mind for my future … but I await whatever it is expectantly, knowing that You know me better than I even know myself.” I don’t want any less than what God has in mind. I want the best that He has in mind.