So, I have never really gotten religious on this little blog of mine.
Mostly because, well I've never been very religious.
Growing up my extended family was [and still is]. Just not my immediate family.
I was baptized and attended young women's [youth group for the church], so it's not like I'm completely clueless. The husband was raised religious, but while dating/getting married he was not active in his faith. Recently though, without getting entirely to personal, religion has been re-introduced into our lives.
Im dipping my toes into it, I love my husband and this is very important to him and our family. One day I may take the full plunge...but for now lets keep things simple.
I'm sure your wondering by now what exact religion are we talking about. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I know, I know. I am from Utah...shocker right?
And before you completely stop reading, I promise this isn't a very religious post. I came across a talk that was given at a Stake Conference. I have to admit, this is the first talk I have EVER read in its entirety. Meg from Meg in Progress wrote & gave the talk. Honestly, if it wasn't meg that wrote it I probably would not have read it. She is AMAZING. I love her and her blog. I would LOVE to meet her one day. She has an amazing couple of posts on how to grow stronger as a couple. She basically tells couples to have sex every. single. day. Ok...I'm getting side tracked. Ill have to do a post on those another day.
Back to my point, her talk was on women. It was amazing, and inspirational. I think every woman should read and take something from this. It came at the perfect time for me, I feel like I needed this and here it is. Amazing how things like that happen right? The talk is more on woman, the amazingness that is women. It will lift you up, I promise. Take just a few minutes and read it. Like I said, this isn't so much about church and trying to convert ya'll...promise! This is just for women. Women of all shapes of life, were united in the fact that we are women. I could go on and on about how wonderful her talk was...instead though. Ill let you read it for yourself.
here is the link to the talk on her blog, seriously check her out!
Lift Me Up...by Meg In Progress: