Seth Godin had a wonderful blog on Friday about headlines. (I know, when did I have time to read a blog on Friday? I squeezed in a few important ones.) And it made me think about what my own "headline" reads. What message do I advertise to others when they encounter me, especially those who do not already know me. What one sentence does my life scream to others as representative of me? I don't mean this to sound narcissistic, but we do make a lasting first impression on those around us and it is worth a few moments of my time to consider what headline screams at others from the front page of my life. Does it say something positive that would make others want to read further? Is there depth and substance and something other than self? Is the fragrance of God wafting from the front pages of my life enough that the casual passer-by is compelled to take a closer look? Just some questions to consider. Have a lovely Monday!