Tuesday, April 22, 2008


Often times after such a big event and a little holiday break, I get the Cinderella feeling: that the carriage turned into a pumpkin again! we came home late last night (almost one) and at least we slept in our own bed which is always a winner. But this morning I feel a little lost. My desk is clean and my to do list small. I know I have to unpack, cook and do laundry... yep... life is back. But even in those small things, there is heaps of joy to be found.

Today I am mostly thankful to God. I love what Psalm 63 says: I spend the hours in grateful reflection. Because you've always stood up for me, I'm free to run and play. I hold on to you for dear life, and you hold me steady as a post.

What is better than life? Knowing that God cares for me and loves me. And I know He cares for you and love you too.

Love and a kiss


Anonymous said...

Welcome Home
We missed you!

joeyfeltz said...

Hello! I have never met you but I am a college friend of Debby Schuh's!
I love your blog and the way that you share your faith in such an encouraging way! It's great that you even type out the verses so a person doesn't have to look them up! Smile...
God bless you as you encourage others in a positive way!
Perhaps we will meet someday on this side of Heaven, but if not, then definitely there!
Blessings to you,
Joey Feltz xo
Psalm 121

me said...

Love ya :-)

Anonymous said...

Nothing better than one's own bed, no matter how great the holiday/break was!
Love - ingrid

Anonymous said...

I'm glad you all made it back safely. It was so good to have met you...one of the highlights, for sure! I especially love the part of Psalm 63 that says, "hold me steady as a post." Love that and it's been so true in my life. I love being steady in Him. Have fun settling back in at home!

Kelly D said...

I loved all the classes at the event but I must say that you were my favorite teacher. :)

You make everyone feel so comfortable. The girls I drove home (to Alabama) felt exactly the same. they said they were so at ease and relaxed in your class . Your girls are darling and we loved the 'lollipops'.

I'm actually Canadian. I moved from Ontario to Alabama in August. My sister moved from Ontario to British Columbia a couple years ago.

Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us at the event and travelling so far to teach us. You are truly a gift from God.
Kelly D