Saturday, April 11, 2009

a little past

Just finished putting the girls to bed and singing them my favorite song from childhood. I found a version by Johnny Cash and it's very much suiting to my mood tonight.

I think my last post was partially misunderstood. I didn't mean to imply that I want to always be flawed... just that I am okay with "me" as I get through my baggage and issues that I have to overcome. Life is not going to be easy, but I certainly don't want to stress over the pieces of my life that are in the process of change. I can't rush life, can't rush growth, it all happens in time, so I have to live in peace in the meantime. I hope I don't have glaring faults forever, I don't believe I will... and that hope is what helps me be happy in the present, even when I am not close to perfection.

Just sharing some heart stuff there, thanks for letting me vent.



Rachael Wilkins said...

Grace, grace, girl! I think your heart was clear in the last post. Our "glaring faults", if that is truly what they are, are simply opportunities for God to exhibit His transforming power in us when we are finally ready to leave them in His hands.

You are a beautiful work in progress. Enjoy the journey.

Grace & peace,

Lisa~ said...

As long as you are on the road of change then your doing good:) I know it's easy to take a wrong turn and get stuck on the road of complasency (I know I spelled that so wrong!) so your doing a good job!