Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Small, but Mighty

My husband said something so reassuring to me during our lunch today. We were just talking about this and that, and he posed the question of why on Earth that television show called "Kings" didn't last longer than a season. Although it was set in the present day, it contained strong biblical parallels to the story of Saul and David, and was suspenseful, beautifully crafted, well acted and extremely well written.

"I don't know." I answered. "But I'm not the one to ask. I feel like I don't fit into any demographic, anywhere. No one seems to like what I like. " I paused, knowing that I sounded kind of whiny, but I wasn't whining, really, and he knew that.
I thought some more.

"Except on the homemaking blogs! I pretty much fit in with that group!"
"That's right," he agreed - not that he frequents homemaking blogs, "Your homemaker group is small but mighty."

Small but mighty. I really am comforted by that.
"Our goal, after all, is to take over the world, you know," I explained with a chuckle, and then more seriously mused, "With households that honor God, and that send little Christian God-followers into the world."

1 comment:

  1. I think there's a place for everyone online, and now you've found your niche!