Monday, June 11, 2012

New Mantra

I'm thinking of getting a tattoo.

I've never really been a tattoo person...ever. I think it may stem from when I was little and my mom let me put up wall paper in my room with bunnies on it. In 6 months when I was tired of the bunnies and wanted it taken down the work was staggering. Well, watching my mom do the work was staggering.

I shudder at the thought of putting a real bumper sticker on my car. What if I change my mind in 3 months and no longer can really support the idea of COEXIST-ing.  It could happen. And then I'd be stuck with a razor blade trying not to ruin my paint job.

But since finding out that we were having a baby one overwhelming sentiment has powerfully affected my soul.

Faith, not Fear


Moving confidently in a direction, despite the unknown. Knowing that there is a plan for me, a guiding influence that is purposefully shaping my course. The idea that even though I can't see how the dots are going to connect, they will. And the picture they make will be awesome.

5 comments:

Maggie said...

I never could die my hair because Mom always said we could, but she wouldn't pay to fix anything. I never wanted to have to live with a "mistake." Looking back I think it's funny that she was able to instill an aversion to coloring my hair while simultaneously coloring her hair constantly.

jules said...

love this.

The Fraziers said...

Indeed. Sometimes even though things seem unclear at times. You've got to keep pushing forward.

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