Do you ever feel like your life is just full of bloopers? I mean, really though. Do you? I think this past week has just been one big blooper (minus the pretty dang amazing wedding of my bestie…see post below!). It has felt like nothing (and I mean nothing) has gone according to the script that I had planned for this past week.
I sometimes wish that my life was a scripted movie and that I had awesome theme songs or background music to set the tone of what’s happening. It seems to me that Disney has the perfect songs to describe every situation that I’ve ever been in. For example, “Kiss the Girl” . . .
NOTE: I’m not currently kissing anyone. Thanks.
But even though there isn’t a script to be found for any part of life, I still wonder how my own movie will end. So often, I find myself asking so many questions about my future. Where I’m going? What I’m going to do? Who am I going to end up with (stupid Disney fantasies)?
But despite all of those questions, a reality check comes and I have to remember what really matters the most in this crazy time of life–especially with the upcoming move and everything else that’s going on. Some days, it’s been a lot to take in. And on others, it’s not. But I am so grateful for the little moments that Heavenly Father reminds me that everything is going to be okay. No matter what happens in my next adventure of life or how “blooperish” it feels, I know that Heavenly Father loves me and that He will always find a way to keep me smiling.
I also take great comfort in knowing that no matter what happens these next few weeks that it’s all in the Lord’s hands. I’m so grateful to know that He knows what is best for me and that He has a plan (even when it’s Plan B). I’m excited to see where this new adventure is about to take me. All of the emotions that are running through my head are insane (excitement, scarred, nervous, giddy, and more!) about moving to a new home and up to Logan. But I’m not going to go into detail because I’m way tired and I have a ton of homework that I need to do.
So, I guess in short, life is full of lemons but it’s our choice to make lemonade or not. It’s our choice to make the best adventure for ourselves. I’m so grateful for all of the wonderful, bitter-sweet moments that this past blooper-kind-of-week has brought because it’s just another reminder that God does love me and He knows what is best for me (and you too!). So, go find your adventure because it’s out there. Oh. And don’t forget to start your own adventure book!
I do not own any of these videos. I’m just borrowing them. Thanks!