Gross. “Feet” and “lunch” should not be in the same phrase…
…unless you’re a young mom whose Mommy is babysitting your 14 month-old so you can relax for the afternoon. I am eating lunch WITH MY FEET UP on the couch. I can’t remember the last time I did this!
Actually, I’m dropping lunch all over my belly, with my feet up. But we’ll… uh… ignore that little detail from here on.
I love my little boy – and the little boy growing in my belly too. They’re not burdens. They’re delightful! But an afternoon “off” is a glorious thing, especially since life is going to get even busier very soon. Thank you, Mom!
Random picture of relaxing outside:
I think that was taken during a game of Pool Ball, which I’ll have to explain in a later post. I’m playing outfield here. This strikingly similar, way-too-relaxed stance looks exactly like me playing softball when I was 11. Except back then I would have been picking clover.
You never know what a difference a gesture of kindness will make for someone. It may not be a feet-up lunch that they need (GA-ROSS! Feet and lunch!). But there could be a person in your life who needs a little pick-me-up.
I say this to myself also: Let’s look for opportunities to bless each other’s socks off. 🙂
And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart. Galatians 6:9
I must also add how thankful I am for the past 4 years of marriage to my husband Jon:
It’s our anniversary today! I love this man so much, and my love and respect for him grow day by day. What a great Dad, Best Friend, and Man of God he is. Love you, sweetie.
Have a great day! And put your feet up, if you can.