Disclaimer: This post will be all over the place :)
I spent most of the morning cleaning our two bathrooms which took about 4 hours; let's just say they had been quite neglected in recent weeks. As I was finishing up I noticed something I had forgotten about when I cleaned out my closet and bedroom several weeks ago. Tucked neatly under what used to be hubby's side of the bed I found this:
Several pair of his shoes lined up exactly the way he always had them. After I put my heart back in my chest, I took this photo and then boxed up the shoes for donation. He had the tiniest feet (size 7 men's) I don't know anyone who wears a men's 7. Even my boys are larger than that! One more act in the process of letting go.
Have any of you been watching this? I happened to find it last night and stayed up until 1:30 this morning watching. At 12:15am I saw the very first glimpse of the open shell and the tiniest little eaglet begin to wiggle his wet body around. It was quite a sight that (even though it is on webcam) I am thankful I got to watch.
My little K-bel turned 7 months on Wednesday. I have a hard time believing she is sitting and ready to crawl any day! Where does the time go?
Changes are still planned for this ol' blog! I have found that as I journey through this grieving process and attempt to figure out what life will hold in my tomorrow's I need to have some sort of focus. So, I plan on doing three types of blog posts per week.
Sunday night or Monday I will post Weekend Warrior. This will be the before and after shots of projects that I really need to accomplish around the house. Tomorrow I will post several pictures of things I will be working on.
Wednesday I will post Wednesday Word where I will share a scripture or something God has laid on my heart.
Fridays I will post Welcome to Family Friday which will consist of a variety of family type posts. I may share photos of my family, parenting tips, weekly menu ideas, family vacation sites or some other family item.
I am hoping this will give me a focus and my posts will be more consistent as well as informative and fun.
Considering CHANGE a necessary Process,