Yes, I missed day two. I’m okay with that though; after all, I have accomplished much in a short time. The house is clean (including laundry…and most of it is even folded and put away), the pantry is stocked, the budget from July is caught up and I’m working on August, I’ve made many necessary phone calls (I always put this off anyway because I hate the phone), and I am spreading out my errands and appointments this week. I think I’m going to make it and I feel like Wonder Woman (as long as I don’t look at how much is still left on my stupid to do list). I’m getting there. I’m getting my life back, and the time I have to spend with the girl has been better quality because of it.
And how was her first day of school? She threw a fit when it was time to go because she wanted to stay. Then she was mad because she had forgotten to give her teacher a hug and kiss and demanded I turn the car around once we were across town (no, I did not). When we got home she did not want her lunch. I felt absolutely defeated by the time she went down for her nap. But after she got up she was happy and we talked about making the next day better. When I picked her up yesterday, she hugged and kissed her teacher and ran to me with open arms and a smile. Yep, that’s what it’s all about. I may feel like I’m trudging through blindly and feeling overwhelmed, but I’m doing something right.Romans 8:28 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.
Philippians 4:13 I can do all this through him who gives me strength.