I found this idea through Ashley from Set My Heart On You. Since the whole name of my blog is about connecting ‘over the teacups’, it seems like the perfect thing for me to do.
If we met over the teacups, I’d invite you over to my place for tea, as I can’t afford to go to cafes at the moment. Thankfully, I have quite the selection of tea at my place, and even some coffee if you so choose.
If we met over the teacups, we’d share some cakes and pastries and I’d tell you that this counts as my 20%. I’ve recently discovered the 80/20 diet and it just puts a name to something I’ve been trying to practice for a while anyway. I try to eat healthy through the week so I can indulge worry-free on the odd occasion, and meeting for tea/coffee with a friend definitely counts!
If we met over the teacups, I’d ask you to pray for my husband and I. Both of us have been looking for work and we need God’s power in the situation at the moment. I’d share things with you that I don’t yet want to post on this blog. I’d also ask you if there’s anything I could pray for you.
If we met over the teacups, I’d probably end up talking too much about my cat. I can only imagine what I’m going to be like when I eventually have kids, because I talk a lot about Henry, and he’s just a cat. Not just a cat, though. He’s my cat. I do love him.
If we met over the teacups, I’d share with you what I’ve been learning from the book of Genesis. Seeing God’s hand in the story of Joseph, even when it looked like things were at their darkest, has been such an encouragement to keep trusting in God. One day I know I’ll look back at these days and see God’s hands everywhere. We don’t have to be angry or bitter towards people because even their worst actions can be used for God’s good. I’d ask you what you where reading in the Bible and if God had been teaching you anything from that.
If we met over the teacups, I’d ask what your favourite thing about blogging is. I’ve only been blogging since December so it’s still very new. I’m loving it, and in this time where I’m unexpectedly with less work than I thought, it gives me something meaningful to do.
If we met over the teacups, we’d stay for hours. Sometimes I’d be happy to talk but sometimes I’d be happy just to listen.
What would you say?