Last night I showed some ladies at church how to make Cake Pop Cones for a fun, creative little treat. We had a fabulous, heart touching discussion on Creativity and how many different ways you can be creative, from actual art, to just how you face your day or motivate your kids.
I saw this quote on the fridge while getting ready and just felt like it spoke right to my heart.
I teach the 14-18 year old girls at church practically every chance I get how important and precious they are to their Father in Heaven. It has been a long time since my life allowed getting out of my own house and over brighten the day of someone else. I totally feel like that is what I am missing right now. I need to forget my own troubles and just help someone else's be a little lighter for a day.
I wasn't even intending on making these prints, but came across the picture as I was looking for something else. Nothing really seemed as important right at that moment as putting these words to page. I know they are nothing super artistic, but they are just what I need on my wall right now. They are just on the blog in case you need them too ;0}
Forgive me for changing this up just a bit. I wanted to express a bit more what crossed my mind when reading President Kimball's quote, so it isn't a word-for-word.
You can get at slightly-colored or black/white versions HERE in my Dropbox.
I just discovered your blog and love it. I really love these printables too and hesitate to say anything but just wanted to point out that it says "it is our privileged" instead of "it is our privilege".ReplyDelete
Cyn, Thank you so much!!! I totally love when I can get a heads up for typos!!!Delete