Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Busted! (and some cute shoes)

Who do I do stuff for? I blog for comments, I work the polls b/c it's a fun way to get paid to help folks vote, I don't clean my apartment thoroughly until I have a party. (Some major dusting, coming right up.)

So today's WOH devo got me right where it hurts. Two passages, Colossians 3:12-17 and Colossians 3:23-24 express that we should be doing things with all our heart for the Lord. Food for thought, in a big way, as I go forth, remembering that God has put me in my life, where I am a librarian, a car shopper, an early riser, a chiropractic patient. May I do everything today and every day to glorify Him, and in a manner that is a fragrance from life to life. (2 Corinthians 2:14-16)

(And in that manner, I will NOT be car shopping tonight but will be taking the evening off, as today I will be in recovery of yesterday. I have secured flex-time from work on Thursday and Friday, so if you are a praying sort, please pray for THE car to be there and for me to go through the hoops of having someone look at it, financing, and all that jazz.)

But I maintain that part of my "mission" as it were at this blog is to make you, dear reader, smile. And doggone if I get the most comments (and I believe smiles) when I post pictures of shoes.

Sheila even asked me if these socks came as a pair. No, but I knew I could wear them together because the green stripe in the striped sock matched the green of the solid sock. I was the talk of our polling station, such a trendsetter.

That Sarah Louise...

2 comments:

Helen said...

Okay, I'm *smiling* so I will comment. I love your thoughts on doing everything for the Lord. It is something I try to remind myself of everyday, and fall short everyday. I think it is a lot easier for me to do it when the roomba is doing the actual vacuuming! Have you read The Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence?
Hope that new car shows up soon!

Shushan said...

Yep! I smiled :)

Making different socks 'match' was a game I enjoyed when I was younger. I guess ladies like to do that to practice their home decoratign skills ;-)

Susan