3, 21, 30, 40……

And just like that tomorrow’s Monday 🤦🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️ I hate when that happens… or I should say I used to hate that… turns out my favorite day of the week is actually Sunday’s… it’s my time to take and reflect on the last week and move forward with the new… bet your wondering what the numbers in the title mean…..

“3”: that’s the number of children I have. My oldest is a girl and she’s 5 1/2 and just like her mother… which if you know me is not necessarily a good thing 😉 we are both, stubborn, independent, always has to be right, and if you tell us “no” we will do it just to spite you! LOL

My middle son is 3 1/2 and definitely has the middle child syndrome… he can be the sweetest child and than BAM he turns into a little demon!

My youngest and currently my favorite because he can’t talk back is 18 months old. I swear he is like super brainiac smart!

To sum it up my husband and I thought it-would be a good idea to have all the kids 2 years apart… until we actually had all 3 in the house at one time! 🙄🤔😳 but hey, give us credit they are all alive still!!

“21”: I made a commitment to myself that I would work out for 21 days straight along with changing my eating plan… I am on day 6 and it’s a lot harder than one thinks… but again I have the personality that if you tell me I will give up or can’t do it… I will push myself to do it just to prove you wrong! I know I am going to struggle and want to give up but I am not a quitter… I will just complain the whole time!

“30”: this how many days it took me to binge watch 7 seasons of Game of Thrones… I finished today and I am still in shock… first off can we just take a moment and gaze upon how stinking hot Jon Snow is?! I mean the hair, the beard, the looks and he’s a good man!!! Seriously… if you haven’t watched yet… do it! Such a good show….

And now for the number 40 and probably the most important number…..

“40”: this is how long Lent lasts for, this is the time I take most and reflect about my path as a Christian, I think about how Jesus made the biggest sacrifice to us all and how little I fail in comparison. During this Lenten season I am choosing not to give up anything (mostly because I am WELS Lutheran) and we don’t give up anything… but I am going to commit, I am going to commit to being a better Christian and sharing my love of God with others, and taking time each day to read passages from the Bible.

I want to end with sharing my favorite verse out of the Bible.. just so happens I also have this tattooed on my shoulder as a constant reminder. Joshua 1:9

“Be Strong and courageous, do not be afraid, do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”

So, until next time… Refresh…. Reload… Repeat ❤️


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