Love the added touch of the picture. Love it that I can relate to these hectic details and the way you described getting everything in the car. Love it that you were conscientious about wanting to be on time. Love it that you were forced to stop. Love it that you shared like this.
Oh gosh! Love it…. So glad to know that I’m not alone (I’ve been right here, trying to do it all, except mine was coffee) I felt pretty ridiculous drenched in it too. Believing, only I could do this! Thank you for humbling yourself, taking this picture and sharing so openly and honestly. Love u for it……keep em coming!
When do u want to get our cars detailed!
I love your words of wisdom and your sense of humor. Don’t we all need some perspective and a laugh when things just are not going our way! God wants us to fully rest in Him and trust Him for each step along the way, spaghetti or not! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you for the reminder of truth and the sense of surrender that spilled spaghetti brings. And that surrender brings peace. I’m learning it isn’t surrender as in “I quit. I give up.” For me, its surrender as in “Oh, yah. Why do I try to do so much on my own?!!” A tale well told and the photo added so much.
You were so calm, cool, and collected that night that you certainly put your troubles behind you and let God shine through you. Your radiant smile and caring words showed others that greater is he that is in you than the trouble caused by a noodle in the shoe.
Had read your post a few days ago. Read it again today. Tears came to my eyes. Really struggling right now at this time…unemployed for the second time in my life,feeling disconnected,very low at times. God bless you for your faith filled words that are able to touch so many.