Happy Sunday; I am so glad that Sunday is God's day. We have all week to run around and do other things that allow for daily living so why can't we dedicate a day for worship? Just one day to go to God's house and say thank-you for all he did during the week? It does not necessarily have to be Sunday though. Some people work on sundays and might not be able to go to church. No matter what day we pick, it is always great to be in God's house. A lot of churches do have services in the evenings in the week too. And then, if you absolutely cannot make it to church for one reason or the other, how about taking a few minutes out of the day to say a prayer and thank-you to God for his grace and mercies? There is a lot to thank God for; no matter what. My motto in life is to always "count my blessings." What about you; what is your moto?
Well, I am thankful today amongst other things for this outfit especially this polka dot blouse which I finally got to wear today. I fell in love with it when I saw it on polyvore while I was creating this outfit here. I ordered it in two colors; the white and the red in my regular size but was disappointed when I received them and found out that they were a little snug and since they didn't have them in larger sizes, I kept them anyway. I tried them out again a while ago after I lost some weight and viola..:-). Everything fell into place when I purchased this window pane print pants and I am looking forward to all kinds of pairings with these two pieces. I decided to put on this pair of charcoal grey canvas pumps I ordered from Victorias secret a while ago because I did not want to wear black pumps with the outfit.
Clutch: T. J. Maxx
I was somewhat wary of the print-mix trend for a long time but I think I'm comfortable enough now to experiment with some other styles of print mixing. I wish you all a blessed week and see you soon.
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Hebrews 10:24-25King James Version (KJV)
24 And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works:
25 Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.