Saturday morning.

It’s Saturday Morning.  I’m trying to work and get ready for service tomorrow.  I’m trying to think of what to write on the blog and plan a few series.  There is a bit of trouble with this however as there is chaos around me right now.   I have a little boy who is tried to grab my attention by doing this:

He caught my attention and as you can see he unpacked my entire library.  My husband thought it was funny.  They’re busy playing right now and he’s forgotten I exist so all is right in his world.

Saturday mornings are always entertaining around here.  I’m usually pulling last minute pieces of the puzzle together.  I tend to write a little and reflect on where the blog is right now.  Usually the boys are busy playing and don’t miss me for an hour or two.

I’ve managed to get some of what I wanted to get done, done.  I’ve read every day as planned.  I’ve reflected on readings, on blog entries and life experiences in general.  It’s been a productive day.  There’s much to think about and so much I want to do.

I have this feeling {after doing all this reading and reflecting} that I’m being prepared for something, being shaped into the person God wants me to be.  Through all of my work, my life at home and my experiences I’ve grown and changed in so many ways.   As the potter shapes his creations, so too am I being shaped.  Being thrown around on the wheel might at times not be the most pleasant experience but it’s an interesting one and I’m discovering so much about who God want me to be that I’m happy to go on the ride.

“So I went down to the potter’s house, and I saw him working at the wheel.  But the pot he was shaping from the clay was marred in his hands; so the potter formed it into another pot, shaping it as seemed best to him.” Jeremiah 18:3-4



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