MIA= Missing In Action to the world
I have found myself missing several things about the Bone Marrow Unit at Cardinal Glennon. Anyone who has been there will instantly think I'm insane! 88 days in one room with Madison with only one overnight trip home. Don't get me wrong there are several things I will never miss like being separated from Ryan, Harrison, and Mae so why would I miss that little corner of the world?
It is where I seen God heal my baby, it is where I could hear God so clearly, it is where God showed me who I was and who he needed me to be, it is where I seen love so deep that mountains did move, and hope got a new name in my heart.
Fast forward one year and the demands of this fast pace world are overwhelming, draining, and not what God wants for my life or yours. The last few days (after a rock bottom drive home from STL Monday night) I found myself asking why can't I have that peace when I'm at home? God replied, "You choose not too!" After little to no sleep at the beginning of the week God has started getting this ship back on course.
The truth is we weren't that far off course, but when you've experienced ultimate peace and God's divine plan anything out of that isn't good enough.
My mornings have been spent in prayer, devotion with God, sitting down with the kids for all three meals, and letting God guide our days. We have prayed, served, and just been the family God has called us to be.
Being a "Mom In Action" makes the world think I'm "Missing in the Action," but my husband and kids would say otherwise. It's okay to be a mom❤️ Being a mom is enough❤️
7/28/2016 05:35:49 pm
This is amazing! I've loved, cried, laughed and prayed over the last year watching you're family! I love everything about this post and truly am inspired by the love you have for God and you're trust in him!
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