Overflowing Buckets

Throwback Thursday… sometimes I get an idea down and move on. I am realizing how often I need to be reminded of different thoughts. As I am usually late to the party, I am jumping on the old idea of throwback Thursday to revisit some of those ideas.

Inkblot Life

bucket2After reading Every Does by Bob Goff last year, I adopted his idea of visualizing my inside as a bucket ( I did not carry a full-sized bucket like he did though). The idea of starting, and keeping my proverbial bucket aka heart, filled by Christ impacted my thoughts. The significance of allowing the Holy Spirit to fill me full and allow me to be satisfied in Him, so that when I was bumped up against, the overflow would be something life-giving and worth the other person catching was not lost on me. The bucket idea that Bob Goff was talking about came from a children’s book he read which I have now come in contact with as I have been subbing, Have you Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud.

The children’s picture book talks about us all having a bucket that can be filled or emptied by ourselves…

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Daybook (Seattle Edition)

Out my Window: One window is the Mariner's T-Mobile stadium and the other is Puget Sound, a Shipyard, and beyond all this, the amazing Olympic Mountain Range (which thankfully still makes appearances even on rainy, cloudy days) Enjoying: Extra time as a family. Exploring Seattle. Laughing after another person lets us know that Seattle doesn't … Continue reading Daybook (Seattle Edition)