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Something my aunt posted on her wall that is totally stuck in my head and i think its a good thing....."I don't know where I am going, but I'm on my way."
It probably won't seem so awesome to you but this quote hit me....Yes, I don't know where I am going in life, I'm not the kind of person who makes plans, I am the kind who doesn't know what lies ahead, what comes next, I don't even know what the heck I wan and I sure as heck don't know where I am headed. But I am still going on my way...Don't know at all where God's leading me, but that's the thing, GOD IS LEADING ME. I don't NEED to know, just step by step follow Him right?
I have my dreams but they are not set in stone, I love life right now, I love God and I love the people that surround me. I love being spontaneous and what ever comes my way I'll roll with it. Life is hard enough, why plan things? why worry about what happens. God's got it all taken care of...all i need to do is live my life that glorifies Him. So today when my aunt posted that on her facebook, it slapped me in the face...i have no clue what's going to happen in the future, who I'm gonna meet, and what I'll accomplish, but Im gonna keep going on my way! =)
This is super random but enjoy! =)


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