Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Project Life January 19 edition...


oday I have been thinking about Emilie's post. It's short but sweet. A topic on my heart a great deal lately. Living fully engaged, joyfully embracing today. Not wasting today in the potential tragedies of tomorrow or the heartache of past mistakes. Emilie says it better than I have...

Praising God for the gift of today.

"So do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will care for itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own." Mat 6:34

Images from this week...

simple life,

drenched in God's grace...

The following photos will be slipped into my "Project Life" scrapbook for this week.

learning to live life joyfully and fully engaged,


  1. love your pics! visiting from The Mom Creative Mcklinky

  2. Great pictures Susan, I really enjoyed each one.

    Have a blessed week!

  3. Every time I see your thankfulness journal I think it is so beautiful! I especially love the red theme of the particular page you have featured here. My children would love to have all the snow you do ~ we have green pretty nearly year 'round in this part of God's World. Not exactly warm, but green. :)


  4. Gorgeous pictures, love your son stacking the jars (hope they were all plastic!0

  5. I just came across your blog and it is very lovely. I had to tell you something we have in common. I looked back and saw that one of your sons were born early . My 3rd child and 1st son was born the day before on November 23, nine years ago also. He came early but not like yours. He was 4 weeks early and stayed in NICU about 8 or 10 days. I had complications but none to the severity of what you went through. Glad to see he is a beautiful big boy. And here is the funny part mine is named Josiah also. Just thought that was too funny not to share. I enjoyed your blog and look forward to reading more. Missy in TN

  6. Love your camera eye. The angles and composition are so unique! I can't wait to see more.


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