They say that when it rains, it pours.
Well, we are in a drought currently and going through a massive heatwave.
So I’m not really sure how I feel about that statement.
Who are they anyways?
I do not know and right now I can only care so much.
There are great things going on in our life and so I am accepting that God has not given me more than I can handle, but rather has taken away things that would distract me from my goals. Right?
We had to get rid of our chickens.
Our dog, whom I love, and I fought for as much as I could is needing to be re-homed because she is no longer comfortable living in our home.
Also, we adopted a cat who subsequently passed away for reasons we aren’t quite sure of yet.
If I told you that I’ve cried a lot these past few weeks would you believe me? Good because I am not lying and I’m getting worn out dealing with so much stuff. When I told some friends about what was going on the only way I could describe my feeling was that my heart hurts, and it does.
I just have to trust this is an opening door.
Biggest lesson that I’m continuing to learn
and despise? My reaction can’t action/reactions in my family and in my son. My reactions to whatever things or situation I consider adversity have bigger consequences than just leaving me anxious-ridden. They affect my family and how we function.
Our responses create responses.
Whether positive or negative.