You have made a wide path for my feet to keep them from slipping.
My heart is saying its strangers. It’s going back to school. Which I always swore I would never do. It’s finding parking and finding the room. It’s making phone calls and disrupting our status quo so much. I’m a cancer survivor, I shouldn’t have to fight so much in my life. My heart is always the bad guy 😦
So we started a journey and made people aware that we were not asking why. We stepped forward on the journey that was filled with unknowns but stood fast without asking God the whys. Although others did not join us on this path of trusting God and there were times when Why crept in. We did not fixate on it. That change of perspective allowed me to see the blessings raining down.
I was very wrong. We ate like kings and every restaurant we went to we met the Chef. That attention to detail to personally make sure what he could eat was astounding. Then every restaurant gave him dessert!! Which for a couple that one of us is dairy free and the other is not a normal thing.
Here is a poem about trees and rain, I'm not a fan of rain but I love the sound of rain on trees.
Every anniversary we are given is a gift. Every single one is a closed chapter on the worst chapter and it causes distance and time and healing.
Our marriage isn’t perfect but it is strong. We fight over silly stuff. We struggle over big stuff. We laugh at funny movies and we strive to stick together. And in the center is our Heavenly Father and he directs our paths.
I pray you stand up for others I pray you pick your friends wisely I pray you are always there for your friends
I remember going to the movies with my family and it was a solace. Thankfully Sis could go to the movies. We would smuggle snacks in and have family time. Sis could talk about the movie and we could connect over which characters we thought were funny and which lines made us laugh.
Life as a sponge is not easy. I observe, absorb, and process everything.