…with God, all things are possible. Matthew 9:26
Twice a week, Mrs. Pohl and I get to have “Sister Zoom” with our 22 girls. Before schools closed in March, Zoom was a word to describe the speed you needed to travel to get a warm chocolate chip cookie as it came right out of the oven. Today Zoom is the technology that allows us to connect. Zoom is the way we teach, it’s the way offices have staff meetings, it’s the way we communicate with family and friends instead of sitting down at the table together. Twice a week it’s how we see our “girls” and twice a week it’s how the St. Mary staff gathers for morning prayer and yesterday it allowed nearly 100 people to connect to finish Confirmation Prep. God bless the person who invented Zoom! I can’t imagine how we would have stumbled through this pandemic without it!
The first Sister Zoom assignment our girls had was to bring a sign to hold up that contained a positive message they thought their friends might need to hear. It was a great activity because we were all a little frazzled and maybe even a little frightened when this all began, so giving them the chance to pick some words to lift each other up was good for the spirit. Today I thought I’d let them offer the same words to all of you. Here are a few of the messages they shared.
*Find a way not an excuse
*Wake up, smile and tell yourself today is my day.
*What you are, is God’s gift to you. What you become, is your gift to God.
*Wake up. Be amazing. Repeat.
*You were given this life because you’re strong enough to live it.
*With God all things are possible.
*I look problems in the eye and give them a wink!
*I may not be perfect, but Jesus thinks I'm to die for.
*It’s not the size of the girl in the fight, but the size of the fight in the girl.
*We all love a beautiful rainbow, but you have to get through the rainstorm first.
I hope their words put a little lift in your day, a little hope in your heart and a little smile on your face.
A Seed To Plant: Pick one or two of the messages and use them to lift your spirits this week. For extra credit, share one with someone else who might need a little encouragement compliments of the 6-1 Sisters.
Blessings on your day!
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