Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Greener Grass

It seems I'm constantly learning that the grass isn't always greener on the other side. I've talked about chasing dreams, moving, believing things will be better when we get to x, y, and z. But sometimes the grass is just green enough to paint a beautiful portrait...if you allow yourself to see it that way. I can almost picture the dead grass next to my apartment shining a beautiful golden hue at sunset. A picture worth hanging on my wall.

I'm not where I want to be, but I'm getting there. My heart is being refined, I'm choosing joy even when I don't feel like it, I'm working to be faithful in the small things, in the things that aren't my own, believing that God can then entrust me with much more.

On a less heavy note, my cousin in Oklahoma gifted me with the chance to attend a full weekend photography workshop in Oklahoma mid-February. I feel so blessed and excited! I am just crazy itching to actually launch a business and be doing more with photography. I have so much vision and so many dreams. Just praying that the Lord would help me bring in clients :-)


2 comments:

Kailene Power said...

I love that photo of the dead grass at sunset. You have a gift! I love the concept of making something beautiful out of something that is dead... the new perspective caused by the LIGHT. It reminds me of Gungor's song, "Beautiful Things." What a metaphor. :)

Stephanie Griffioen said...

Kailene yes! I think you said it better than I did haha. And I love that song - gets stuck in my head often :-)