Be Anxious About Nothing....

I made this little plaque to remind myself ... Be anxious about nothing Phil 4:6
That means when I see Kaylee's room looking like this...

and her closet looking like this..Im to remember what the Lord said.. be anxious about NOTHING...

So I just take a deep breath and enjoy life through a childs eyes

I find myself so caught up in this crazy life I feel like Im spinnin' sometimes
So Im reminded that it's gonna be ok and I dont have to panic like when I got up early this morning to no electricity. I have so much to be thankful for and to smile about. Now I just have to keep reading that plaque over and anxious about nothing... Have a sweet one today my friends Susie H~


  1. This is a timely reminder. Thank you.

  2. That is a way cute plaque and a wonderful reminder!!!

    Thanks for the comment on my blog!

  3. I was really needing this today. Thank you for posting this scripture!
    ~Tricia Anne

  4. I am not a religious person (more spiritual) but I really like that message!

  5. Kayla's room looks like that a lot and I totally freak out, it's my OCD. But that's a great reminder! Thanks...

  6. That plaque is perfect, and something I'm sure we all need to remember. Your cutains turned out fabulous by the way LOVE them!!


  7. How I love, LOVE, LOVE that plaque! With the kids home for summer vacation I'm afraid I am going to need that reminder...about 100 times a day! You are so talented!!

  8. I needed that reminder too!
    Thanks for the comment on my blog..those birds are gone finally...they were the ugliest as they got older..I know that is awful to say, but my my...and the parents..well...they have bird brains for sure...i caught them trying to drink from the hummingbird feeder! Ha!

  9. What a great post! I think we could all use a plaque like that (especially if it was that pretty!).

    Glad you got your electricity back! -Julia

  10. I wanted to thank you for leaving a note over on my blog. I wanted to let you know that I replied to your question (no I don't have an etsy store, but I do have a website you can order from ~ I love your blog. It's so pretty. I am such a novice at this, and have no idea how to do the things you have done with yours! Gorgeous. Loved your plaque. I need to be reminded of that often. Anyway, thanks again!

  11. Boy! It looks like you struck a cord with that one! Thank you for the reminder. I swear I need this reminder every single day.

    I'm going to have to make myself a plaque and hang it around my neck. Then maybe I'll remember.

    Thank you.

  12. I need that sign! My youngest will be 19 next week and her room is the same! I tell her her house is going to be messy too. She says it won't be~~yea~~I've gotta see~~but my oldest was sloppy too and her house is immaculate! Maybe the youngest will follow suit!

  13. That's one of my favorite scriptures too & one I have to remind myself a lot of. I tend to get anxious about a lot of stuff & have to remember WHO is in control. Thank goodness, it's not me!


  14. Oh I am so glad you found me. What a sweetheart you are. Be anxious about nothing is such a great way to live our lives. Thanks for the inspiration. I love your blog.

  15. I hear you and strangely posted along similiar lines this morning! Rachael

  16. Cute plaque and an even BETTER quote. Great post!

  17. Oh, her little room is adorable, mess or no mess! :)

  18. How true! Thanks for the reminder! I'm constantly wanting my kids rooms cleaned and I have to remember they are kids....although the funky smell in my teenage son's room is a little too much to overlook! =)

  19. A good reminder for me too!

    I'm glad to have discovered your blog...I'm bookmarking you and coming back when I have more time!

  20. AnonymousJune 30, 2008

    Hey, I have a closet like that in my house too and surprisingly it's in my daughter's room.... Thanks for stopping by my blog. Hang in there.

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