the quality or fact of being very determined; determination. Persistence.
I strive to be steadfast, tenacious, in all the tasks God has laid out in my life.
Only 1 Indian Paint Brush in the field of Bluebonnets.
Highlight of my week: This week, I drove with my uncle (round trip) 9 hours to Navasota & back, to pick up two hives of honey bees. Unfortunately, we lost both hives last year and had to restock and restart them this spring. It was a loss, but we learn a lot through trial and error. This time, Im more hopeful and confident these little guys will do well!
Yes, I did this:
– On the drive to Navasota, the highways were lined with wildflowers. Bluebonnets were one of them. Guys, this was my FIRST time photographing bluebonnets. I know, I can’t believe it either. Im a born and raised Texan, and since being a photographer I had yet to photograph these beauties. Such a big win.
– Ordered my first pair of NoBulls (A shoe, trainer, mostly popular in the CrossFit world). They’re pink and fabulous.
– Ate a few too many cinnamon cake donuts. I don’t know how it happened, they just disappeared!
Celebrating: This past Sunday was Easter. It was a wonderful day filled with family time and a delicious meal, topped with cherry cobbler for desert. But the best thing about it, was the ‘reason for the season’. I am who I am today because of my faith. Jesus was so obedient to the Father that he died for his brothers & sisters. He was perfect, and He never ‘deserved’ such a death. But His relationship with the Father was full of trust and communication, just like a perfect relationship should be. Its such a reminder to me that through everything, my relationship with God is what will matter. Not the little things I do, or the the people I try to love in my own way. When Im listening to Him and doing exactly what Im suppose to do, Is when Im most myself. Without Jesus, I wouldn’t have this. He heard, He did, and then changed the course of our destiny. Just like that beautiful red indian paint brush in the field of bluebonnets, It only takes one.