Comfort comes in many forms. Having a favorite mug and filling it with your favorite beverage is top of my list. As you sip from it, think of special times from past while using it. It's not the same as being there but may bring a small dose of comfort.
Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort.
2 Corinthians 1:3
Ecclesiastes 3:1 There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.
What happens when one generation passes away and it becomes your season as the next generation?
How do you or how did you respond to that? What does that look like?
I'm hitting that time right now in my life. I don't want to be here but I have no choice. I can't stop life from happening. It takes it natural course whether we are ready for it or not.
2013 has brought a boat load of changes in my life. It basically has turned life on it's head.
December 2012 I was working a part time job, had my children in public school and just living with regular Mom life stuff.
My son was a senior in high school so I was anticipating working through the rest of the school year with all the activities and emotions that your graduating children bring to a schedule. Okay I can work through that.
Then my daughter asked to finish the second half of 6th grade at home, becoming a new homeschooler.. That was going to be a change but okay we'll add that to the equation. I knew I had my work cut out for me. I was excited. at the opportunity
But 2013 had hardly even started and life decided to move in.
My mother, at the age of 83, was diagnosed with colon cancer, stage IV,
My life had changed drastically in a matter of days and I was devastated. Everything had officially turned on it's head.
So now what?...
WHO AM i...
A stay at home mom serving my family and my Lord to the best of my ability, after all I'm just human. Thx for stopping by. Please sign in, I enjoy knowing when I have had visitors.