Happy Friday!! I have actually wanted share a fav things Friday for some time now and I’m pretty excited that today is the day. Two blog posts in one week after a year hiatus – who am I? Ok so for me fav things Friday will include pretty much anything: Books, Quotes, Scripture, shops, things etc.. pretty much anything that I have been inspired by or has spoken to me in some way that week. So here we go.
First off I have to share this book that I have been reading. Its called When to Walk Away by Gary Thomas (HERE) This book has been so insightful to me and has really opened my eyes to how to deal with people who are just toxic. They thrive on chaos, are always picking a fight and tend to always have a bone to pick with someone. These types of people end up distracting you from the calling that God has given you. It breaks down the differences of toxic people and hurt people who sometimes react in toxic ways, gives you insight on how Jesus treated toxic people and how we can deal with them in our families, careers, marriages, friendships and our church. Its just so good and I feel like everyone would benefit from reading it because if you haven’t already at some point in life you will run into someone that is toxic.
On a cozier note – I am dying over these slippers!! I mean look at them. Are they not the cutest thing ever? I would for sure feel like tinker bell wearing these around the house and I also feel like they would make a great gift for anyone on your Christmas list. Check them out (HERE)
Fav battery operated String Lights. We have these several places in our home and have them up even if its not Christmas. (HERE)
I am loving these kid PJs for Christmas (HERE)
Fav Christian Christmas Book for Younger kids (HERE)
Absolutely love this beautiful art by Lindsay Letter Co. (HERE)
I am really loving these advent cards and although its late, I just ordered them for my kids. (HERE)
Lastly just a photo that was just so peaceful to me. The Christmas season can really be exhausting with all the additional demands, gatherings, baking, shopping, wrapping, traveling, caroling, and trying to find the perfect gift for the family member who has everything: But in the mist of chaos- there is PEACE. That’s what this season is all about to begin with. The Prince of Peace being brought into this world to reconcile God and his people. So as your participating in all the festivities, remember the reason for the season.
Thanks for stopping by the blog today! Enjoy your weekend.