It’s not that I haven’t felt thankful. But I am in a funk. The holidays, the lack of sleep, the never-ending to-do list, the cleaning and laundry that I can’t seem to get a grip on, the emotions that vary from minute to minute. Exhausting. But today I choose to look back at this month
Twenty weeks ago today my whole world changed. My worst nightmare came true and I am still trying to wrap my brain around that fact. As a family we are healing and learning to live this new life without one of our members. The hole left by Sophia is as obvious today as it was
They say timing is everything and I have to agree that it is very true in our life right now. Having lost Sophia just 4 1/2 months ago still seems surreal but the distractions that have been thrown into our life since then were quite obviously just the way it was supposed to be. On
Last weekend Mark did some work with the bees. Then he got stung, again. I lost count of how many times this makes long ago. The swelling seems to get a bit worse each time. Local people: We have several 8 oz bears for sale still. $4.00 each for local raw honey. Contact me asap
::This morning I struggled, really struggled, to get out of bed at 4:50am to go to strength training class, finally mustered up the will but only because I know that I get tomorrow off. ::During conversation with dear husband found out that our health insurance premiums will likely go up yet again. Possibly 18% more.
Recently there has been a lot of extra discussion and prayer in our home about the state of the world. I won’t go into detail because I am pretty sure that we are not the only ones concerned and having these same conversations. What we keep coming back to though is that in order to
Overall I think I am doing OK most days, but sometimes, sometimes… ::I want to stay in bed and not have any responsibilities all day. ::I want to cry, a lot. Ugly cry. You know the kind. ::I just want to freak out at other parents when their bad parenting choices are really obvious because