My life has been a bit on the fast lane with a slow car…haha
I am getting my fast car soon…working on it daily and my slow car is going a little faster each day.
What I mean is, things have changed and I get to learn to manage time differently. Guilty of wasting a bunch of that precious stuff (time) everyday, I now get to take count of every minute of it. I used to get up and do whatever I wanted or felt prompted to do and then TV, Facebook and phone were a very big distraction.
Now that there is a new job…things had to change. I get up earlier to make sure reading, exercise, shower and journaling are done daily…even before carpool! That is a first. Working from home is awesome, and…it requires that you stick to your schedule…a lot of things can get in the way…did I say A LOT of things can get in the way?
I am grateful to be learning this lesson and taking full advantage of it.
We are each given the same 24 hours in a day. No rollover, advanced withdraw or freezing in time allowed. Time will go and we will do with it as we will.
I am so very grateful to know this! To apply this and to see the change it is bringing in my heart.
Life is fantastic, I just get to enjoy it regularly and constantly, not in spurts.
I found that time managing has made me more productive and happier. No more guilt on wasted time because there is no more waste!
So, writing has to be worked into my schedule…I am getting there. I miss writing here. Watch out…I am coming back!
Where are you headed? Check your internal GPS to make sure is somewhere good 😀
I am an only child of divorced parents. My residence is in the United States. I am originally from Brazil. So my parents are still there. They are both remarried. My dad is from Korea and so is his wife. My mom is from Brazil and so is her husband.
My mom married someone her senior by 25 years. My dad married someone younger than him by 20 years.
The health of both of my parents is not the best. Yesterday I got a phone call from my step mom to tell me my dad’s status as far as health goes. Being so far away and being the only child can be frustrating. To help them out is not like you get in the car and go there for the weekend…
After I got off the phone with her, I was telling Kurt what had happened and expressed my frustration on the limitation of what I could do from here and the lack of a sibling to help out.
My sweet Adrianne (11 years old) turned from the computer and told me with a smile on her face, “Mom, you do know you have an Elder Brother, right?” (she meant Jesus Christ). I answered, “Yes.”
Then I said, “I know He can help and He does sweetheart, right now I need someone with a body to be there physically and help out.”
Very quickly, without missing a beat she replied, “Mom, He can send angels from heaven and mortal ones. Where is your faith?”
Yup, I didn’t have an answer to that one. I am praying a lot. Doing my part here in serving others and hopefully it gets there. It has happened in the past. I am so grateful for love notes from heaven. When we get frustrated or discouraged…the Lord is right there with us. We just got to trust and know that everything is working out the very best way for those involved.
I feel blessed and know that my parents will be blessed too. I have enough faith for that.