OUR STORY & OUR "THE END"

I didn't deserve the good news I got today.  But because of it, I had a moment in my kitchen. With humungo tears pouring down my face, I stood up, looked up to heaven, raised my hands in gratitude & thanked God with all my might...

Friends, our lives are stories. We've already lived our intro. We're currently living the chapters. But we gotta accept there will be a "The End." How you feel about your "The End" has alot to do with how you go about your life each day. When it's time for my "The End" I want it to be with gratefulness & with laughter. (Yes, I wanna be ushered out, laughing). And it's funny...cause this is also how I want to live each, single day: with gratefulness & with laughter. I know this is deep, but I hope this encourages someone.  Live your day like it's your last!

5 comments (Add your own)

1. Kitchen wrote:
Great blog.
Thanks
Jocelyn

March 29, 2011 @ 12:29 AM

2. Kitchen wrote:
Great blog.
Thanks
Jocelyn

March 29, 2011 @ 12:31 AM

3. mom wrote:
When I read this I was so touched....First so thankful that I have a daughter who is in love with Jesus as much as I am :) ...If there is anything I ask my Savior before I leave this earth it is that my children and grandchildren know Jesus in an INTIMATE way all the days of there lifes. This would would put a smile on my face when I make my exit :)

March 29, 2011 @ 7:31 AM

4. LeadHership wrote:
Kitchen - hey girl! thanks for driving by.
Ma - you know it makes my day when you stop by and share some love. Thank you!

March 29, 2011 @ 8:08 PM

5. wrote:
I agree, if we do this we can love our family and friends
with no hold back.

April 5, 2011 @ 1:25 AM

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