Cool. Add three more kids to the weird category. Weird means:
Time with my Dad
A simplified life
More time as a family
That sounds SO weird.
When you choose to end EVERY chapter of your life with a semicolon, doors stay wide open. Stop putting the wrong punctuation on chapters. A simple ”mental” punctuation mark can change relationships, create awkwardness and stir up a whole lot of bitterness.
Beating to my own drum as I “skip my way through life” has always worked for me.
- If I stumble, I get up skipping. It sometimes takes awhile, but I strive for victory.
- I question decisions and situations briefly, but Jesus reminds me he created me to skip, right on through those barriers.
Watch our journey, pray for us, don’t think too much about our decision. We don’t even have time for that! I promise not to dissect your decisions either.
At the end of the day, making hard decisions to do what is best for our family is how we roll.