I was sitting in the waiting room at the doctor’s office and a mother came in with the world’s cutest toddler. This child could have ousted Shirley Temple off the stage for sheer adorableness.
Sometimes, before certain conversations take place, I will play them out in my head.
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Have you ever had a struggle and it turned out to be a gift? Or have you ever underappreciated the talents God gives you?
It’s the summer season of travel! Maybe you, like many of my mom friends, dread the idea of driving distances with kids due to the inevitable ‘I’m bored!’ comments. Or maybe you do love traveling with kids. One way or another, I’m here to say ‘Hey! It’s possible!” My motto is: Have kids; will travel.
During this season of Easter, the readings in the Divine Office have been taken from the book of Revelation. There is one passage that has particularly grabbed my heart and offered much fruitful meditation and consolation.
So okay, after a series of events where I have to make choices, even though I don’t own a crystal ball, and I was definitely at the end of the line when God was handing out the Prophesy skills, I’ve decided that major life complications must be a sign of His love and awesome trust.