Skip to main content

A late night post...

Yes, I know it's already 10pm! :( I do realize I haven't posted anything at all today. I kind of had trouble about thinking of what to write about. I tried to post, but FAILED miserably. start off my first post of the day...

My day was pretty horrible....tonight, it's better ;)

This morning, I woke up around 7:30am...I stayed in bed until 9:30am, when I finally realized I had so much work to do :( Those first "awake" hours were actually "on-and-off sleep". Lol I didn't even feel like texting Kendra back lol! (Sorry ;) haha) I was just so comfortable laying in bed!!!! Hahaha!!! But I had to get up and start my studies :( It was going okay until I remembered I had to redo a test! :'( aghhh!!! Not fun!!!!

But I really don't want to rant talk about my day/night right now lol...That was just a brief summary of what happened ;)

A second thing I'd like to add to this post is....


I know, FOR SURE, it's something I struggle with at times. Especially taking into consideration that I have 2 younger BOY siblings...who tend to get on my nerves about 99.99999% of the day.

All of us have a certain "limit" to how much patience we have. For some, they have NONE. And others...well let's just say we have more patience than those we know that DON'T. We need to have patience with our boss (teenagers-that means your parents), our co-workers (teenagers-that means your siblings), and with our work (teenagers-THAT means your homework).  Yes, sometimes we feel like we have a "reason" to blow up and speak what's really going through our mind but think about where that reaction will lead you too. You could be fired. You can be punished. You could possibly even end up hurting yourself.

While you are thinking about whether or not to speak up, ponder on this one thing. What would God do? Would He really think about punching His boss in the face? Lol I know I may be exaggerating  a bit but honestly, do you think God would do what you're just about to do!?

Rethink what your reaction will be. If this is a problem you're facing, ask that God will give you patience! Remember, you recieve things by trials. So, in order to have patience, you must first pass those tests. Don't keep blowing up! Try to stay calm next time. :)

Love you & I hope this helped. :)



Kendra Thaler said…
Amen! This is a very good word Miss. Rowell :) Patience is something that we NEED! I sure know its something that I can always improve upon! Love you!!

Popular posts from this blog

Where have I been?

Has it really been almost 2 years since my last post? So much has changed.

(Honestly, I am updating my blog because I like to reflect back on how far God has brought me. Forewarning, don't read if you don't want to take a look into my life the past year. This blog has many memories and I want to add on to it.)

2 years seems like a lifetime ago. I was hurting, broken-hearted, uprooted, and quite frankly, needing God more than ever. I questioned everything I was taught and needed answers, but thankfully, there was one thing I knew for sure...

God had plans and He would be all I needed.

Fast forward to October 2017 and I have lived in the state of Washington for a year, moved into my dreamy studio apartment in August, and I work in beautiful northern Idaho making & working more than I would have in Southern California. Who would have thought? Little Miss Meagan, moving 1.300 miles away from her family because God opened doors and said, "Come."

This place has become h…

Don't be ashamed

Since my previous post, Walgreen's called me in October and offered me a Pharmacy Technician position! How amazing is that?!  I was so thankful to get hired by my intern site because I knew the patients, the daily routine, and they already felt like my work family.

When the time came to order my scrubs, there was no way I would wear their scrubs pants and I spoke up right away. I told my manager, and guess what? He sent out an email, and it was approved for me to wear a scrub skirt. Let's just say I was the first for them :) but I get so many compliments at the pharmacy! So many of my patients have come in and commented on how cute it was, how they haven't seen a scrub skirt, didn't even know they made them. And OH MY GOODNESS, the compliments on my hair! LOL!

Let this be a reminder for all the girls - all my friends - don't be afraid or ashamed of what (and Who) we stand for! You are a light! :)


The Struggle is Real

I am not usually the person who spreads their woes on Facebook, Instagram, or blog. Tonight may be the exception but I will refrain from letting emotions get the best of me.

We are all facing trials. Whether you are 16 years old and tempted to cut your hair, 18 years old and thinking about leaving the church since you are technically an 'adult', 21 years old and being pressured to drink, or 24 years old and struggling with hurt and depression.

The struggle is REAL!

The truth is, we are all at different points in our walk with God and, believe it or not, the trials are ALL God-ordained. They have been put in our life specifically for us and to make us more like Christ. The struggles you are facing are a test of your faith and love for God, but they are also there so you can learn from your mistakes and help others when they go through the same trial.

Honey, if you are dealing with hurt, I could quote scripture after scripture giving you encouragement and to cast your cares on Go…