It’s bittersweet to be writing this, but I will no longer be updating this blog due to time constraints. During this season in my family’s life I need to use the margin I’ve carved out in my day to refocus and recharge.
Till we connect again some other day…
P.S. One of my biggest aspirations is to encourage other mom’s. I do so hope and pray I’ll be able to do that through whatever means possible. May God bless you and your family as you light up your part of the world! : )
I read this from I Take Joy and loved it so I wrote it down.
“Whatever you have cherished inside is what will flow out. When you are squeezed you will spill out what is in your heart. So it is essential to understand, what you are pouring in will surely spill out in your words, your eyes, your attitudes, your actions. Filling the inside of our souls with beauty, goodness, humility, faith, and love of Christ must be intentional so that there will be substance of his life to spill over to others.” – Sally Clarkson
This also served as an important reminder to be intentional with my kids in what I’m pouring into them, what they’re observing from me, or taking in through TV & other way. To do my best to share God’s goodness, truth, and beauty in the middle our imperfect, sometimes crazy 3 ring circus days. We can walk, always, in His Light.
P.S. I’m doing this blogging thing on my phone while my laptop is unusable so excuse any extra mistakes.
Glimpses of what life looks like these days, without all the noise and messes of course.
July is turning out to be especially eventful, starting from day 1 with our baby Gwyneth being born.
I’ll spare you long stories, suffice it to say God has been good, sustaining our family and providing sufficient cushion for bumps along the road.
So hospital stays, getting rear ended, finding lots of mold in our place, (to name a few challenges) have not fallen on us without grace to know God is always in control.
In learning to be less controlling when you relinquish your plan to God, a new peace says that’s how it’s suppose to be. But sometimes it takes being pushed beyond our limits to concede this truth.
Which I suppose makes me okay, if not glad in hindsight, for seemingly unfortunate times.
We also have much to celebrate.
And that’s my little version of an update after a couple months of it being quiet around here.