I made a few changes to the entryway table. I added a little more color with this pretty pitcher my other sweet sister in law gave me for my birthday. I love it even more now.
Okay...funny story. I often wonder if my husband notices when I change things around at home. I just want to tell you, he does. Do you remember when I shared the new quote I put on the entryway chalkboard?
He asked me if I had read it and what it meant. Thinking he was up for some great philosophical conversation on the virtues of gratitude and being content and thankful, I assured him that I had indeed read it and thought it was a wonderful way to live our lives.
He smiled and said, "Hmmm...I think you need to go back and really read what it says." So I obliged him and went back and read it out loud to him.
Gratitude turns what we have into enough.
"Are you sure that's what it says? Really read it."
Do you see it?
Gratitude turns what what we have into enough.
Obviously, we busted out laughing especially when I told him I had shared the board on my blog!
Ahhhhh, sweet perfection. I am so glad it's not expected or required of me. I would much rather laugh at my mistakes than cry over my imperfections any day.