fully resting in

Screen Shot 2015-10-09 at 9.59.46 AMDear readers,

I see that a full three months has passed since my last post.

Please forgive me for my absence, and accept the above screen capture of my Instagram account as a partial update.

Much of my motivation to blog today comes from a blogging tradition I started for myself.  Each Thanksgiving, I try to make a list of every thing I’m thankful for, and it’s a task I look forward to every October (among many other things I love about October.) This year, more than any other, I am nearly overwhelmed with gratitude for my life and its blessings.

In the time since my last post, life has been a whirlwind of changes. Summer came and went. I got married. I moved in with Dave.  We went on the most perfect honeymoon to Port Rexton and Fogo Island. Another  year of music lessons began, and I’m getting ready to launch my newest career endeavour (stay tuned- I have a website coming!)

I simply do not know how to compile a list this year. I don’t know how to convey how I never dreamed I could be so happy, or that I’d have someone by my side who complements me so well. I can’t begin to describe how magical our wedding day was (but I will definitely try in the coming weeks.) I can’t tell you how much I love our life together, our little apartment and what it feels like to anticipate seeing Dave walk in the door at the end of each day.

We have all our needs met in a God who loves us so much and loves to give us good gifts.

Amid all the whirliness and busyness of life,  that’s what I’m most grateful for and it’s what I’m fully resting in this Thanksgiving.

Thanks for sticking around to read this. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend that brings rest, thankfulness, and at least one pumpkin spice latte.

Love,

Robyn

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4 thoughts on “fully resting in

  1. Cyril John Anderson Ludlow says:

    I checked out “Doug” link and my first reaction was, “R-O-B-Y-N !!!!!!! you didn’t have to be THAT hard on him”. Loved your blog and I know how Dave feels when he comes home. Brings back heart tugging memories. Love Cyril.

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