My 3 daughters and I always loved the show, Full House. Cute little Michelle. And hot little Jesse.
We watched it every opportunity we got.
Saturday I went to lunch with my oldest daughter and two grandchildren. I am temporarily without washer and dryer in the midst of my remodel, so I threw a load of laundry in at her house while we went to eat. Back home, we took advantage of a cold, dreary day. She turned on TV, and she, my two grandchildren, and I all cuddled on their sectional under blankets to watch one of their favorite shows, Fuller House, while my laundry finished.
OMG! I’d never even heard of it! It’s the new version of Full House. The original cast all came together, except Michelle. She’s off being a clothing designer in New York. Both on the show and in reality. They are all now grown, and some even have kids of their own.
I was hooked! I left my house at 11 a.m. and walked out of hers at 6 p.m. I could have stayed all weekend in front of the TV or at least until the last show of Series 3 ran out.
Life keeps getting Fuller. That’s their motto.
Mine, too! I am at that age that mine should be slowing down, but it’s not. I’ve begun a new career, a new marriage, I’m remodeling and creating a new house, and I have a new grandchild soon on his way! I wouldn’t change it for the world! I couldn’t be more fulfilled.
My life is definitely full! I teach English, so I won’t say my life is fuller, but it’s definitely more full than I ever expected at this age.
How about you? Is your life full? I’m not talking about just your schedule. I’m talking about does the fullness of Christ live within you? Does it transcend into everything you do?
I encourage you to let your life be “fuller”! Experience the fullness Christ has to offer you today!
For of his fullness we have all received, and grace upon grace. John 1:16
Love and laughter,