One of the best things about this time of year is the end of season sales. Today I’m sharing my LOFT try-on session with you. Let’s pretend we’re spending the day shopping together!
Here’s some of what I found!
When it comes to comfort, this dress has it! It fits loose, and it has pretty pink accents. (I’m wearing an XS.)
This is a racerback dress, and it’s perfect for any time but especially for a vacation. (I’m wearing an XS.)
If I worked outside the home, this would be a dress I would want to wear to work. It’s so comfortable you could sleep in it! (I’m wearing a size 2.)
I had to share the side of this dress because the seams don’t match up and I know some of you can’t handle that. Haha!! This dress is adorable, and it has a cut-out in the back. (They didn’t have a size 2, so I’m styling a size 0, but I would purchase a 2.)
I thought this top was cute! A great early fall top. (I’m wearing a small)
Beauty For the Heart~~This is a short devotional to you who are in a period of waiting.
I’ve been there so many times in life. In some ways, even though I’ve started a new journey, I’m still on the cusp of discovering all the reasons God has us here.
I am slowly reading and studying through the book of Nehemiah. I love how he faced his fears and foes boldly. He relied on God’s strength throughout and never wavered in his faith.
So, if you’re in a period of waiting, or you’re in a period of fear, or facing an unknown, or wondering what God might do through your current situation, from the example of Nehemiah and my own experience, can I be a voice into your life for a moment?
God is not ignorant of your situation. He’s not perplexed, or overwhelmed, or confused or wondering what He will do.
God sees potential in you that you can’t see. He’s got plans for you that you can’t even imagine.
Your greatest fear is often in an area where God can use you most. He gets all the glory when you have to depend on Him.
Faith doesn’t answer the how or when question. Sometimes it doesn’t even answer the what. Faith answers the Who question.
The silence of God doesn’t equate to the absence of God. God is at work. He is fully in control.
So, my encouragement to you is to keep waiting. And, keep watching. And, keep trusting. When it’s time — and God has you ready — if you will humbly submit to His will, He will reveal His plan and work through you to accomplish it. And, it will be good. Very, very, good. -Ron Edmonson
Have a blessed day!