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Friday, April 30, 2010

Appreciating the LITTLE Things:: "Oh this? This is my Sansa!" :: a cute video

My younger sister Ab has this Sansa. It seems to be a theme with the younger girls...a few of my friends have younger sisters with Sansas. A Sansa is a cheap really cheap music player. It has like one GB of storage, so it's not good at all.

But you know what? She is in love with it.

There is an iPod touch and an iPod nano in the house. Yet she is perfectly content with her Sansa!

Again...I have so much to learn! As I'm writing this, I'm overwhelmed by how much I can take this and apply it to my life. It's all persepective, you know. You could look at having a Sansa as opposed to an iTouch like this: "Why does he get an iTouch? And I am stuck with this stupid thing?!"

OR. You could look at it this way: "For a long time, I didn't have any music player. A Sansa isn't the greatest, granted, buuut. It's something."

That goes for everything. Life is so much easier if I take a step back and re-adjust my perspective. Having a good attitude makes it easier on me and on those around me.

Soooo many times have I had to check myself and change my attitude. I never realized how whiny I can sound until I took the time to listen to the words as they came out of my mouth. I never realized how crushing a simple remark can make until I took the time to notice what impact my words had on others. I never realized how ungrateful I can sound until I took the time to step back and re-adjust my outlook on things.
Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us be thankful, and so worship God acceptably with reverence and awe. Hebrew 12:28
Ungratefulness is a BIG issue. Paul (or whoever wrote Hebrews - thats a controversial subject) was aware that people were struggling with it two thousand some years ago! And that sure hasn't changed since...You know, we're sponsering a child. And Eugene has nothing. It helps a lot to remember a personal name when trying to change my ungratefulness to thankfulness. "I'm complaining about what we have to eat - Eugene doesn't HAVE anything to eat!" That helps more than, "I hate what we have to eat. But people in Africa dont have anything to eat." It helps a lot if you sponser a child.

And once again, Ab is teaching me so much. She is begging Momma and Daddy to let us sponser another child! She said she is willing to give up her allowance in order to sponser another child. Wow. She once gave fifty dollars of her own money to buy Christmas gifts for Eugene.

I will leave you with this cute video.

And about my health issues: I'm going this morning to the doctor again to do ONE more blood-draw. To check my hemoglobin, just to be safe. Only one more blood-draw. Again, I LOVE YOU ALL! Thank you so much for all your SWEET comments! Okay. With that over, I leave you again with this adorable video. :-)

Oh, and ignore the "related vidoes" that pop up after the video is over...I have no idea who they are from and what about. Watch at your risk.

10 replies:

Izori said...

I hope your blood draw goes well with good results! I'll be praying.

Jordyn said...

I am praying Bekah! Hope you enjoyed the cards. Those kids were SO proud of them :)

Abigail Kraft said...

lol! Your sis is so cute!'s amazing how little things we see in other people can teach us so much about everything in life! My little sibs are constantly teaching me things. :)

I hope your blood draw shows that everything is picture perfect! ^_^

Lady Gwenea Zestia Binn said...

Aw, that's really cute!

I'll pray for you, by the way!



Kristin said...

Hope your last test goes well and you'll be feeling much better soon!

This is so funny, but I totally have one of those sansa's! I didn't even know that's what it was, but it looks just like that only blue! And I'm 33 years old. Haha! I bought it before I had Lily, so that when I was in the hospital, I could listen to music. I didn't want to spend a lot, so I bought that. Now I have an ipod I bought and I've never opened it from the package! Can you believe that? How spoiled am I? You're so right about perspective.

Gwyn said...

That's wonderful and I'm sooo glad your feeling better! The whole things sounded like a total nightmare. If there's two things that really freak me out it wasps and needles. You're so brave! I would have fainted long before :P
And isn't it amazing how much you can learn from the littler ones?


Rachel M. said...

I pray that your doctor visit goes well, dear Bekah. :)
Your sister is so sweet--just like you!

Love and blessings in Christ,
Rachel M. from Hopejourney

Memzie said...

Your sister is SO adorable!

I hope the doctor visit goes well!

Emii said...

I really enjoyed reading this post, Bekah -- I can't believe I've been following you for ages and haven't been reading your posts!
And I'm so glad you're getting better..:)


Melody said...

Haha I actually have a sansa... it's an 8gb one so it's a little less cheap. :P I know what you mean about being grateful for what you have!


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