Jeans and t-shirts. That’s what I live in. I’m a stay at home mom who works from home, so there’s not much need for fancier clothes.
Except sometimes I find myself searching through my closet for something a little bit nicer than blue jeans and sneakers to wear to Bible study. Or a ladies event at church. Or a rare media appearance.
If you live in jeans and t-shirts like I do, do you ever wish you could have one or two go-to outfits for nicer occasions?
Last week I heard news that rocked my world. A young woman, who had babysat my oldest back in the day, passed away after a car accident.
So young, taken so soon. So many friends and family wishing they had more time. Time to tell her things they were going to tell her “someday.”
Aren’t we all guilty of putting off important conversations?
Before this devastating news, I had signed up to write a Being Kind Counts post today. Being Kind Counts is a movement to increase intentional kindness in our lives. At first I struggled with what kind act I would do for this challenge. But after Bethany’s sudden death, I knew exactly what I needed to do: tell those around me that I appreciate them.