In my last post, by 2011, I meant 2012. (;
Hey guys and gals, or anyone/anything who’s reading this, if any at all. It’s been months since I’ve been on my blog and it’s because of one purpose which isn’t worth mentioning. However, within the months which I’ve been away from Tumblr, I’ve discovered and figured out quite a few things. For starters, Jesus Christ is the love of my life. I don’t mean that in a sense of He’s done something good for me today, it’s EVERYDAY which He is faithful and so full of surprises. I was finally baptized on August 15, 2011 and haven’t looked back. Ever since then, I don’t see myself as the same person. Getting baptized is an experience I can’t explain other than refreshing. Not only did all of my sins get washed away and a new life started for me by the recognized light of Him, but He’s shown Himself more and more in my life everyday since that evening. I just… I love being a Christian and am thriving to be a Proverbs 31 woman.
Secondly, I’ve figured the key to life is happiness. Cliche, I know, but so true. YOU make your own decisions and are the blame if it goes wrong, not anyone else. YOU are your OWN source of happiness. Yes, you may have a boyfriend/girlfriend who’s a major factor to your happiness, but you [should] be the one who creates your own happiness in a way which ignites others’ happiness as well. You can’t get far by being pessimistic in every situation because looking at only the negatives will bring you only negative outcomes.
Third, I broke my arm on Thanksgiving day. I was driving a four-wheeler for the first time in my life, didn’t turn a corner fast enough, drove into a ditch and broke my left wrist in three pieces, also pushing a bone back. I had surgery November 28 and had three casts for two weeks at a time, the last of which I actually got taken off today. Now, I don’t mention this incident for attention, I mention it because during my time away from this time-consuming blog, I found a new appreciation for life. I failed to mention that where I landed in the ditch was a rock bed. Thankfully, I had no sign of concussion or head trauma, which goes back to my never-ending life for Jesus. The orthopedic office staff I had to go to said there were several ATV accidents coming in for surgery. Thank goodness those people, including me, are alive with a battle wound other than in a concussion or even dead. It’s not everyday you survive something as freakish as that, which makes me forever thankful for my life even more so than I was before.
Fourth, I’m going to California with my school’s band at the end of April and I’m extremely excited. :)
I hope y’all have a great night and thank you for reading this, if anyone did. Haha. God bless! :) <3