The Truth...The Bathroom and The Bible

On Sunday night I saw Marcus walking out of my bathroom with the camera. 
 I asked what he was doing and he said he had to "document something".  I got a little worried.  
A Boy + A Bathroom + A Camera = something gross!

I was right, it was something gross, but it was my fault:
In my defense, Sunday mornings are super crazy busy getting ready for church.  And I was on time!  My bathroom suffered though.  This is why Marcus and I use different bathrooms! It makes for a happy marriage.

This picture reminded me of my Keeping It Real post I did about 3 years ago.

Tomorrow I will document my clean bathroom , because I don't think I ever showed you the stripes I painted.  I am addicted to stripe painting!  And I need to redeem myself and show you that I don't always live like a pig!

And I wanted to share that Katie went back to Mother's Day Out today and she did great!  On the way there she was telling me that she wanted to go back to Home Sweet Home and play toys with Mommy. And that she would go to school tomorrow. Then once we got even closer to school, and she knew she was going, she kept insisting that I go to school with her and hold her all day! 

So we prayed!  And it hit me like a ton of bricks!  The verse I shared yesterday, the one I chose to memorize, is for Katie! 

For God did not give us a spirit of fear or timidity, but of power, love and self-discipline
2 Timothy 1:7

Fearful and timid is exactly how she acts when she is not with family. It's not her normal personality at all. So I prayed and claimed that verse to be true for her! And it was!   
Thank you God.  

 Memorizing  scripture paid off after just one day!  I can't wait to see where I am after a year and 23 verses later.

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