This one is one of my favorite shots. It was originally kind of dim and not as sharp. But I played around in Lightroom as soon as I got my camera and this is actually one of the first pictures I took with my camera. I made his shirt brighter and wanted to make the words pop out a little more. Overall, I can’t remember what exactly I did to adjust the settings but I love this edit. 🙂
Finally a post that is at least a little earlier, although considering I am about to hit the hay I guess it is still late for a post. Oh well, what can you do? 😛
You know it is a night home alone when this is what your night consists of. Lol! I may or may not have a reading problem. lol.
Today was a bit busy so the post is earlier than last night but still rather late. Lol!
On a side note, I used my sewing machine all day! I made two headbands, one of which you will see in the picture below! And a foot/ lower back warmer (aka a pouch full of rice that you put in the microwave.) I had so much fun! Still learning about my sewing machine and how different things work on it, but progress is being made!
Here is what I wore today:
That is a headband I made today! Yay!
For dinner I made a Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Pasta dish. Oh man, super delicious!
You can check out the recipe here! So yummy!
Are you following along with the March photo Challenge?!
So, I just finished this devotional yesterday and since I am so far behind on my reading challenge I figured I might as well add this book to the list. It is called The Ultimate Checklist for Life. If you have been in the Christian circle for any length of time then you know about the Checklist for Life books. This one is a compilation of those books. It was on my bookshelf and I needed a new devotional to start so I went for it.
This one has 8 sections that it is compiled of:
1. Checklist for Life
2. Checklist for Life for Women
3. Checklist for Life for Men
4. Checklist for Life for Teens
5. Checklist for Life for Moms
6. Checklist for Life for Leaders
7. Checklist for Life for Graduates
8. Checklist for Life for Teachers
There were some sections that I did not particularly fall under but I read them anyway because we can all learn from different areas and experiences. I did however skip the men section. I did not really relate to some of those examples and whatnot.
Pros: It was a great day at a time devotional. It gave me something to think about each day. It was fairly relevant to my life in some ways. It was an easy read. It was not difficult to understand.
Cons: It was an easy read. It was kind of fluffy. It was super just surface Christianity without getting into the depth of Christianity. At times, it was kind of boring.
Overall, if you are just looking for something to add to your daily time with God, then this is a good option. However, if you are looking for something to take you deeper into your faith, this is not a good option for you. It is a topical book and not an in depth book. Good read but not for everyone’s current walk.
Stayed tuned for my March 1st post!