That's what made Friday's treat extra nice. An hour foot massage, free (wahoo!), with a bunch of friends. We sat in comfy chairs, sipping lemon tea, chatting about life. I almost forgot all the responsibilities waiting for me at home, it felt so good to just be me (without a child attached to any limbs) and to relax with adult conversation and friendship. Thanks friends for the wonderful night. I came home with new energy!
After my last post about hope, lots of people have been asking if
There is so much on my mind and heart these days but no time to write it down. Soon. It really helps me to work through things by putting it on paper (actually I NEVER write on paper, but you get the point).
I also have been thinking about my wonderful mother. I am horrible at remembering to get flowers or send a thoughtful card. Thankfully my other dear sisters are not. My mom has been a faithful encourager her entire life. She gives and gives to her family in every way possible, and I'm thankful. Her selflessness and care for her kids is something I hope to have with my own children. She's always been a huge support for me and this whole ordeal with
I want to encourage you to visit the blog of Greg Lucas. I can't tell you how much this blog has resonated with me. What grace fills their lives! Please take the time to visit his blog, it will be time well spent.