Juleah's Random Thoughts (Episode 1) "If some people are allergic to some animals; are some animals allergic to some people? I mean think about it!" You can hear my little sister judging/laughing at me in the background. Other clips are bloopers sister- "who are you talking to?" Me- "myself..." P.S. this was filmed in a dressing room at the mall... The lighting was good okay... #juleah'srandomthoughts #random#randomthoughts#funny#allergies#doesthismakesense
She woke up wearing nothing but lace. It always made her feel beautiful in a way...though, she looked in the mirror and failed to see progress; for even the simplest things. And so she questioned everything. Like why her hair remained the same length but a lack of split ends.. or why the bags under her eyes never failed to leave despite a good nights rest.
A deep breath.
Some things simply don’t make sense.
Some things you can’t control.
She made her bed, got dressed, and continued with her day with a vibrant hope for the unknown.
A new adventure to conquer.
Better thoughts to consume the morning.
A lot of things that you can control.
Don’t let the little things in life consume you, or your day be determined by the first thoughts you have when you wake up and look at yourself in the mirror. You are not obligated to make sense to anyone, but yourself.
Find adventure, get lost, conquer your day, live colorfully, be you.
I've been thinking about this a lot recently. What I'm getting at is that the answer to the prayer is simply the beginning of something many times. Whether our prayer is for a new home, a better job, a spouse, a child, a friend, etc. once the prayer is answered we then are living in the answer to our prayers. I've found that place usually requires more prayer to stay in the answer in a good attitude! I get tired of the job, used to the new home, upset with the spouse, frustrated by the child, the friend, etc. I'm not saying we shouldn't pray. I think it's a wonderful and exciting thing to consider living in the answer to prayer. I'm simply pointing out that the answer often isn't the "end," it's often the beginning and will involve growth and prayers to remain and grow in the answered prayer. I'm just thinking, just sharing as I'm considering the answers to previous prayers and consideration for new things I'm beginning to pray for. ~~~ Jenne