Nancy,Would you believe I just did one of those little things for God. I've been ironing Andy's shirts! He nearly fainted.Thank you for the beautiful painting and quote! Are those priests' collars and shirts, do you think?
Wow! I am seriously impressed! One of my children was 4 years old when he first saw my ironing board and asked "what's that?" Yep, true story. Of course, the FULL truth is that I ironed only while he napped, for reasons that may be obvious to anyone who's every had a super-active child. I have no idea about the collars and shirts... good noticing, Sue!
Oh my goodness; beautiful:)Thank you for sharing this painting and quote. Made my day.xoxoxooxC
Thanks very much, Chris!
Beautiful reminder!! I love the light coming through the curtains....Thanks for posting inspiration once again!!
Thank you. I love this painting, which was a new find for me.
Why am I always confessing on this blog, LOL! I'm totally given to the doldrums because of the littleness of my life. I so wanted to be Grand--and I'm not. But in my quest for Greatness (in the eyes of the world) I've passed up that quiet greatness of just doing what God has laid out for me. It's my daily struggle!
Jamie, I think many of us can confess similar feelings. It helps me to remember that it's in eternity where the "little" things will add up and be seen as the faithful actions they are.
Nancy, this one reminds me of St. Therese, doing the laundry, getting splashed with dirty water and thinking about all the souls she was saving and treasure she was piling up in Heaven. Wish I could always remember the value of these little daily chores. :)
Oh, me too, Patricia! I constantly waste opportunities! Thank you.