File also under: being vague, but I swear I’ll reveal soon ;-)
I posted this on Facebook today: ‘I know something you don’t know…neener, neener!’ #superstitious.
It’s partially why I’ve been all quiet up in here and partially because of the ole writer’s block, in a sense too.
And without (yet) going into detail, this ‘what I know and you don’t’ was just a huge, huge reminder of two things:
never underestimate the people that enter your lives or why…because you truly DO meet every single person for a reason.
believe in God’s will and favor and in time – the right time – it will all start to fall into place.
These two truths spoke loud and clear to M and me this week, as we sat on Monday evening, quietly, watching Joel Osteen speak these very words (similar to these), as we held hands, looked at each other, and just…hoped. Hoped for the goodness we so wanted…but in reverse, hoped that the goodness we wanted was also what HE wanted FOR US…but to have the faith to trust that if it was not what He wanted for us right now, it would not happen and we would need to be okay with that, to trust and know that whatever is meant to be, will be.
Well…it looks like God’s plan is yet again at work, and we feel incredibly blessed at the way our lives are playing out together, where it’s leading us, together, united. I will of course share ‘where’ this is leading us soon, but rather than hamper my thoughts on this and set them aside, I just felt the urge to chronicle them here, while in the moment, and feeling the power of Him, so greatly and powerfully.
I honestly feel as though my connection to God is as strong – if not stronger – than it has ever been. My personal relationship with Him, and something that M and I speak of often these days, despite slightly different views (he being Catholic, me being Protestant/Congregational), it is something we both respect and it is yet another reason I fall in love with M more and more each day…his dedication to living a life of good, and leading by example, inspires me to be a better me as well. And it makes me even more excited to call him my husband…whenever that may be ;-)