Thursday, December 9, 2010

Thankful Thrusday ( Best Friends)

After yesterdays adventure with anaphylaxis.
I was able to get up to make Steve's lunch and get the kids fed and off. Then went back and slept till 12:30!
Had a hard start with the kids and feel like a big ol ogre. Lost patience for the first morning in ages. Lots of crow for supper tonight. :(
Thank you for your prayers.

I'll need to think on thankfulness for a while and get up out of this hole called guilt and shame. Got me by the heals. Sad too when behavior is not what hoped to be. Should not have even tried the morning. As a mom/wife we do not have choice though most mornings. We push up our eye glasses clear a fog to see through to the bread on the counter. Package kiss and set aside to the next lot of duty and love.

Choice now lies in simple crow, the eating of the humility that shows my kids can bomb but she is willing to return to triage and reconstruct the sanctuary.

Our mistakes are a way to show the way God loves I suppose.
Sitting there waiting for us to sheepishly return and hand over the mantle of shame and remorse. Then He shakes it out and covers our cold shoulders and pats us on the bum in the right direction. It is sure that when we glace back over shoulder to see if He is still watching...He is.
He IS...waiting for us to come back and report how much better we feel afterward.

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Debra said...

Awww... you're too good to me. Thanks so much for your very sweet comment at my blog today! Love you, too, and I'll pray that God will fling you right out of any more doldrums... He has much daily joy ahead for you! Blessings, Debra

Tiff said...

So very true. I've had a few pats on the bum lately myself. Crow is not my favorite delicacy, but it does me good. Ate a rather large helping of it this past weekend.

So yeah.

I'm with you.

Susie said...

I hear ya!

Older women likewise teach the younger women...

• how to love their husbands
• how to love their children
• how to be self-controlled
• how to be pure
• how to be keepers at home
• how to be kind and submissive (not subservient) to their own husbands. (See Titus 2:3-5)

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