jumping up and down! I am the newest member of the Jenni Bowlin design team! yay! I love Jenni and think she is or sure one of the classiest ladies in scrapbooking! Click the link and go and see the announcement on their blog. I feel so sure that it's a perfect fit for me. so, so, so happy! You can also click the image to see some details.
My word for 2010 is BUTTERFLY! When I think of 2010 I find myself thinking of the idea of breaking free. For so many years my weight has been an issue in my life. It's like a mirage that's on the horizon calling to me but when I come close it disappear. I woke up one day In November and I realized the only person that can chance the nagging feeling in the back of my head 24 hours a day is me. The good news is that I don't have to do it alone: God is with me! I am allowing myself this year to get back on track. Actually my 2010 new year's resolution started that day in November and I can see some changes already... i celebrate each little achievement. I am absolutely persuaded that this year will see me coming out of my cocoon. And it's not just about loosing the pounds... it's about me caring for my family by giving them food that loves them back. Starting new habits that celebrate me. Drawing near to life with a zest. Being bold to proclaim the goodness of God to all the world. The Word that's for 2010 is: Ephesians 1: 17 I desire that your knowledge of the Father will be undiluted, that you will draw directly from the source; that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ imparts the spirit of wisdom to you in the unveiling of His Master Plan (glory.) I pray that your thoughts will be flooded with light and revelation knowledge; that you will clearly picture His intent in identifying you in Him so that you may know how precious you are to Him. The saints are His treasure and the glorious trophy of His portion! (We are God's assets and the measure of His wealth!)!
Gal.1:16,17 This is the heart of the gospel I proclaim; it began with an unveiling of Christ in me freeing me to now announce Him in mankind. I felt no immediate urgency to compare notes with other people's opinions. I deliberately distanced myself from Jerusalem and the disciples of Jesus. (instead of finding out more about Christ in history, I desire to discover Him more in me!) 2Cor.5:16