Monday, January 7, 2013

A New Day


 
"It's a New Day" has been my mantra, I think I've mentioned before, for the past year or so.
Our Home Closing date has been cancelled (last Friday was the original date) & has yet to be rescheduled.  This wouldn't be such a big deal if it weren't for the fact that we need to be out of our current apartment by the 15th!
 
So, "It's a New Day" has come in especially handy while I go to bed every evening anxious about what the hold up is & what will happen should the closing be later than the 15th.
 
Do you have a phrase/quote/scripture that gets you through tough days?


The product up for review today is, Clinique's Chubby Stick.
This is my second time purchasing this item & I LOVE them.
Bright colors, full coverage, and super moist.
Go get one! (or five...)

5 comments:

Chloe Moon said...

Do you remember that "I get knocked down, but I get up again" song from the late 90's...I use that as my daily motto & I sing it in my head from times to times...

Ergo - Blog

Stephanie Lam said...

That color looks gorgeous on your lips!! Love your quote!!!

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Erika @ Our Cozy Cubbyhole said...

So sorry to hear about your delayed closing date. I love your mantra though! It's so good to remember, especially when so many things are out of our control... every day is a fresh start and a fresh perspective.

Good luck with the house closing! I'll keep my fingers crossed for you!

so anthro said...

Oh no I'm sorry to hear that! But great attitude you have, and love the darling graphic to go along with the saying! :) Best of luck with the closing and move!
xx, Emily
http://soanthro.com

Rachel said...

Mine right now is Matthew 6:33 "But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you." With a husband out of work and a baby on the way it's the hope and promise that I have to cling to! Of course seeking His kingdom first is easier said than done, and an everyday battle/challenge.