One Step Report #5
Another week, another report. 56 steps taken in this first week of February.
A few highlights from the week:
We fed the sister missionaries dinner with less than 1 hour’s notice, and on the craziest night of the week. It was wonderful to have them in our home.
I decided that this whole One Step idea is ridiculous because I’ll never get caught up if I only move at this pace. Then reality hit and I decided that taking one step is a whole lot better than quitting, which is not an option. So I said a prayer and repented and One Step 2010 was back on.
This week was full of many steps involving me doing something because it was right, even though I didn’t feel like it or particularly want to. I feel like those moments of decision are important, and I’m glad I chose the right thing.
I tried a new recipe.
I had fun sprucing up my living room.
I learned a lot of very personal lessons from my Heavenly Father. It was a real learning sort of week. I hope that this week I remember and implement those lessons so I don’t have to learn them again.
But the absolute highlight of the week was the activity our family attended on Saturday night. I need to find the right words to write a post about it, but I’ll just say that it involved a courageous little girl, a lot of really great people, and a wish come true.
And last but not least, today I had an idea that I’m really excited about it. If it works, I can’t wait to share it!
I’m having a hard time getting the housework done without my kindergarten carpool. Sounds silly, I know, but it’s a real struggle. I’m hoping to do better this week, especially since my house is trashed and we’ve got guests coming for dinner tomorrow night! Yikes!
Life is good. I’m grateful for the gift of a new week. I hope yours is awesome!