It’s been two weeks since I last posted.
Two weeks since I totaled my car.
I have learned so much in the last two weeks and and can honestly say I am better for it.
Now, while I can’t say it’s all been good the last few weeks, I can say that it has all been worth it. I have had my fair share of fights with my pal Satan that I am not proud of, but on the other hand I have also had some incredible bonding moments with my Brother Jesus, The man I call my Savior.
Now, this blog is a sunny place. So here is some good that happened the last two weeks.
My tumbling team hosted the largest tumbling competition in Utah history last weekend. (A contributing factor to me not blogging.) I had not trained all week due to the car accident and on Friday I decided I was competing. Friday night was a long night of setting up equipment and I competed Saturday morning. After I competed I worked all day helping run the meet. I finished the competition presently surprised with a bronze medal. It was an overall good meet.
In the last two weeks I’ve also..
-cleaned my room (this is a weird and beautiful thing people.)
-filmed a movie in sign language.
-worn capris. (It was 50 degrees and sunny yesterday…we had a short taunting hale storm earlier today…and back to blue skies now!)
-taught Sunday school. all. by. myself.
-paid a big fat ticket of $120. There goes all the money I made for the tumbling competition.
So, live has been hard, but things are turning around for the better.
When you are pushed up between a rock and a hard place the best place to go is up. I’ve been trying to look up the last few days and let me tell you, it has made all the difference.
I’m not one that particularly likes hanging out under the clouds. (I mean, my blog is called feel my sunlight.) And with the sunshine peeking through the clouds the last few days It has proved as a reminder that attitude is all my choice. Sure, circumstances may sway my choice for a minute, but in reality, the choice is still mine. My choice is hope.
Hope in my Savior.
Hope that he will lift me.
Hope that he will get me out.
Hope that I will be okay.
Hope that everything else will be too.
Hope that I will be enough.
Hope that I will not fail.
Hope that I will not fear.
Hope that I will be better.
Hope that he will help.
Hope in sunlight.
The Savior gives hope. Have hope in Him.