In kindergarten Mrs. Shaw told my mom that I was a great student,
but I had this one small problem: I couldn't keep my mouth shut.
I talked during story time.
I talked during snack time.
I talked when we were counting.
I kept other kids awake during nap time.
I believe she called me "The Chatterbox".
So it began. Since learning to speak, I have been telling stories. I believe this life
is wonderful and amazing. Even in the small, most ridiculously mundane moments, there is something glorious to be shared. Most of the great lessons I've learned have been a result of re-examining the everyday. I hope to take a closer look at my everyday, and share it with you. I hope you, too, will take a closer look at your everyday moments and see the incredible plan that God is working out in your life.
I love. love. love. to tell about how God has been working in my life. Mostly because it makes me pay attention and get out of my own selfishness to see how He is walking with me. It's a discipline of gratitude that I've been working on.
I think I'm funny. I feel like I need to warn you about that. Sometimes my writing can be self-indulgent because I just want to tell you this crazy thing that happened, or how I saw something and I thought it was hilarious. Because making people laugh is like crack. Only less destructive. But equally addictive.