You never know how much good you do…
Well doesn’t this bring perspective. I can relate to this mom’s day all too well (except she fits in a family prayer in the morning.) However, not all my days are filled with helping others outside my home such as this one. But, it does seem there are days where service is jam packed into one day or one week. As the saying goes, “When it rains it pours.”
This reminds me of my last post…I went on and on about how I can blog again now that the kids are back in school. I have one less child at home…yet she could drive and was helpful when I needed help with the kids. Since the kids have been back to school life has been filled with unexpected happenings. The most recent was saying goodbye to my Brother-In-Law who passed away after suffering another stroke. If ever there was a family man, it was him.
Before that happened I helped prepare my oldest for her study abroad trip in Turkey and Greece. Today she embarked on her first day of sight seeing in Greece. I’m extremely grateful she made it there safely with all that is going on in the country right next door. She will be touring for about 3 weeks. If ever there is a time for this mom’s faith to be tested, it is now. Feel free to pray with me for her safety every day until she returns home.
My youngest daughter is a dancer. Dance is what makes her happy. She comes by it honest as it is one of my favorite past times as well. We thought we had found her a new dance studio before we moved back to Texas. Upon moving here, we found out some information which led us to not use that particular studio. We tried one studio in which they made her audition. The dance instructor said she would need to be in a class with kids much younger than her based on her ballet skills only. Her words were, “She can’t help it, she was taught in Oklahoma.” To say this rubbed us the wrong way is an understatement. We absolutely adored my daughter’s dance teacher in Oklahoma. It just so happens she taught more lyrical ballet rather than classical ballet. We said au revoir and found a much better dance studio for her.
Football has been the name of the game for my son the line backer. We’ve attended all sorts of pre-games including one held at the Dallas Cowboy Stadium in my hometown of Arlington. The high school here is something else and has the coolest pep rallies!
I planned to add some photos to this post but am having technical issues. I’ll add later so I can have a post published.
Can I just end by saying YOU ARE AWESOME! I’m so grateful for my faithful readers…my new ones as well! Hope everyone has a super day!
YOU matter…I promise,