I've been working on knitting Megan a pair of mittens and a hat for a few weeks now. Life has just gotten in the way and it has taken me a lot longer to finish than I thought it would. But that's ok. Thankfully the weather hasn't been too cold so I didn't feel too guilty about sending her to school without hat or mittens. I finally finished them yesterday! I think they turned out so cute, and Megan is very pleased with them too!
I am a mother of three beautiful children, wife of one special man, and a child of God. I spend my days loving my family in very tangible ways. . . Making beds, doing dishes, washing faces, doing laundry, playing games, fixing meals, etc. I am living an abundantly blessed life, but that doesn't mean it is problem-free. I strive for honesty and transparency as I write about the struggles and joys I face as a mother, wife, Christian, and transplant-recipient. I don't want to be another pasted-on smile in the crowd. Life is full of joy, but it is also full of struggles and I think it is ok to be truthful about both. I hope you will join me as I live, love, laugh, cry, and learn through the circumstances that God brings my way. And of course, don't forget to leave a comment and let me know you dropped by for a visit!