If we were sitting across a cup of coffee this morning you would also be sitting next to my sister, Becca!
We are sipping our coffee together this morning because Becca came up early to hang out before working the Memorial Day Weekend conference here at Gull Lake Ministries. We painted our nails and watched girly movies last night.
If we were sitting across a cup of coffee I might whine to you how I’m a little sore from our strength workout and run yesterday! But I love having a workout partner—that way I can judge her form! haha!
If I we were chatting I would tell you that I’m very excited for this weekend’s conference here at camp. It’s fun to have a different vibe on grounds!
I’m playing keyboard for worship twice and I’m a little nervous. I’ve played the piano since I was 5 and I’m very comfortable on it, but playing keyboard is different. I’m sure it’ll be fine though….maybe I’ll just play softly.
I’m also trying to evaluate my bang/hair situation. I have not trimmed my sideswept bangs in awhile and I’m letting them disappear into my regular hair, but I’m not sure if I like it and/or it is flattering. Thoughts? Should I get full bangs? Color my hair? I’m trying to grow it out, but I’m super-bored of it right now and need to do something to liven it up!
I’d also tell you that I’m so happy my Under Armour gear came yesterday! Woot! New shoes…new workout top, new headbands, and a flash drive full of great inspiration for the What’s Beautiful campaign! If you haven’t joined in the movement yet, you totally should! It’s fun and inspiring to see so many amazing women getting after their version of beautiful!
I’d also tell you that I’m super-pumped for my 5K tomorrow. There is still a little sadness that I’m not running a marathon tomorrow like I was “supposed to”, but mostly I am thankful that I’m running at all. If anything this experience has taught me that everything—every day, every step, every effort—is a gift. I want to continue to do hard things, but I also recognize that there are limitations. What limits me now, won’t necessarily limit me in the future, but I may find new limitations as I continue to stretch myself. It really all is a journey to be treasured.
Enjoy the journey this holiday weekend!
Tell me something you would share across a cup of coffee this morning…