| Written by Trish |
With half of our house being renovated and a new life to take care of, we made the decision to move back in with my parents for a little while. While we spend a little more time on the road getting where we need to be each day, we have been taken care of beyond measure and I am so very grateful for these extra helping hands. I’m pretty sure my mama is superhuman.
I see the trees that line my childhood streets with a new appreciation, the familiar friendly faces all a little older, and my mornings are kind and a little slower. There is time to reflect when otherwise I would have rushed, and it’s refreshing.
It occurred to me today, as I rocked and held my little babe while her eyes fluttered to sleep, that my mama bear factor must increase with each new love gifted to us from above. I sense the need to love a little deeper, and pray a little harder. To balance the need to protect and prepare.
For this world is broken, and every day, I hold onto the hope for the perfection that is to come...
(You can read the other posts in this series here.)