Saturday, July 27, 2013

Some days are better than others, and this was one of those days... Proverbs 16:20.

I've been waiting for a day like today for a long time.

One thing you should know about 'working from home' and 'direct sales' is that you are ALWAYS working. It's hard to shut off the brain about what to do next. It's hard when you hit a brick wall, flat in your face, quite often wondering "what in the world are you doing?" "what in the world should you do next?"  - I depend on The Lord during this times when I feel exhausted and don't know if I can do it anymore.... And then we have days like today - and you ALL make every moment of trying to figure out how to make this all work, how to plan it all to make it fit in the hours we have each day, how to remember why I work hard, and then harder, WORTH EVERY MINUTE!

Joel and I celebrated our 5 year Scentiversary (cute right?!) on June 30th so we planned a big open house, appreciation day, sale for our friends, neighbors, customers and hostesses. It was a HUGE success! We had such a blast celebrating our years and accomplishments with everyone that showed up today - and we couldn't have done it without everyone who has supported us throughout the years.

Arly got a hold of my phone at one point and took some photos:
Scentsy girl forever!

(I'll never forget the moment when he said he was ALL IN!)

I loved every conversation today. I felt so blessed to get to know some of our neighbors even better (even some that had NO idea we sold Scentsy after living here for 2 years- epic fail on my behalf!)  We even had the opportunity to chat with 2 sweet ladies who are interested in changing their lives too! What a beautiful, blessed day.

Tonight we sat & relaxed outside on our UNfinished sitting area on our deck (UFO UFO!) with some very dear friends. It was the PERFECT ending to a blessed day.

Signing off with much love in my heart - and ready to work harder than ever.



  1. I love reading your posts =) Glad you had a great day XO

  2. Looks like fun Spry family! Wish I could have been there! Xoxo