Last night I looked at him and told him, “You’re the best thing that's ever happened to me.” We sporadically joke around and wished we would've met sooner and had all three kids together, but God had other plans. God sometimes hands you a full plate and you must balance it the best you can. I’m grateful for Him.
I heard a sermon this week that made me question a few things in my life. It asked to look at the last ten years of your life and question the following: Are you proud of who you are? Are you proud of your sins, those you keep to yourself in secrecy and those you expose to others? And in my mind and heart I can say I’m a better person now, not a good one but a better one. And I will continue to work on myself: to be a better wife, mom, and Christian.
You see, you can work on yourself behind closed doors; the world doesn't have to be a part of that. Find that good place and hold on to it for as long as you can. There will be some days where you're not the best version of yourself and that's okay. If you're here, alive, you can make it right, you can continue to evolve and grow as a person. It’s all about growth and acceptance. Happy Thursday!