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Sunday, September 11, 2005

If life hands you lint....

...make yourself a pillow.

There is a certain "fuzziness" that seems to be a recurring character in Flo's recent posts, which, coincidentally, I've been thinking a lot about lately.
See, I've been trying to learn to treasure the little everyday fuzzies too...I really think that they're nearly as important to notice and remember as the glaring blessings.
God is good to us every mundane day in a million ways, whether or not we choose to open our eyes wide enough to see it.


Blogger Florence said...

You're so obscene!!! It's wonderful!

9/11/2005 4:53 PM  
Anonymous Mash said...

...my hair's fuzzy and my stare is glaring.

Life is fair and God is good. God is fair and life is good.


Isn't he wonderful?


9/11/2005 9:00 PM  
Blogger Elaina said...

...and there are times when I consider myself fair to middling in the intelligence department...
Other times, like now, for instance, I don't understand anything either of you are saying and I feel a little pea-brained.
I hope ya'll aren't saying anything pricelessly deep, because I think I missed it.

9/13/2005 11:19 PM  
Anonymous nina said...

Making a pillow out of lint is an interesting analogy...

But I definitely agree that we don't notice the little blessings half as often as we should.

And then there are those glaring blessings that we've had for so long we forget what a blessing they are ...until we hv to go a while w/o them.

Thanx for the reminder, Elaina. I think it's about time I started noticing the lint... & being thankful for my pillows.

9/17/2005 12:33 AM  

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