SELF-EXAMINATION – BE PATIENT  (Day 2 of 7)
(Need to start at the beginning? Day 1)

When you think of being patient, how have you done in the past?

Love is patient …  1 Corinthians 13:4a ESV

How are you doing now? How patient are you with your spouse? Your kids, neighbors, or co-workers?

boy interrupting father

When I think about it, I tend to see myself as generally patient. But when I slow down and really think about it, I recognize moments of impatience in my day. It usually happens when I’m interrupted or when I’m a little too busy. Sometimes I get irritated or anxious because I just don’t like what’s going on.

Good thing we have practice days this week.   🙂

Baby seedlings!

horehound seedlings

We’re still pretty messy and cold outside in Washington state. Thank goodness, seeds can be started inside. (I have dirt under my nails. It’s spring! Well, sort of.)

 

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