In almost two years of blogging this shy woman is slowly but surely coming out of her shell (I think I have actually grown out of the other shell and ready to look for a larger one just like the hermit crab). Your kind comments on each and every post, whether well written or not, whether the outfit is on point or off point, whether the recipes are not your cup of tea, has made me realize that doubting one's self is the hardest bridge to cross but if you are willing to take a step or should I say a leap of faith? someone is always there to hold your hand, walk with you and cheer you on. My bloggie friends and family, I love you guys and I pray that 2016 will be filled with gigantic surprises for you all and your hard work will reap rewards.
Does anyone else still do resolutions? No? Yes? I do, even though I never get to fulfill most of them, I find that if I write them down, I make a conscious effort to at least do half of them. In 2016 I want to build on my relationships with the people in my circle, reconnect, show genuine interest in what is going on with them, pray for them. In a nutshell, all I would love to fulfill in 2016 is to be a blessing and sow into someone's life without expecting anything in return. That doesn't sound hard right? If by so doing I lose a few kilos that would be an unexpected bonus.
Today's snippet from the sermon is "About time we realize there is no abrakadabra prayer that fixes everything, work hard to reap the benefits"
Today's outfit I wore on Christmas eve to a friend's anniversary red and white party.
Thank you for your continued support of The Cooking Wardrobe, have a lovely week and wishing you a Happy New Year!!! See you in 2016 in good health. xoxo