Friday, January 8, 2010

Daily Grind

Everyday is a new adventure!

Today included Pt, ABM, scheduling another ABM intensive starting in a week, and Speech therapy. A quest for a new geoair track. Scheduling of Makenzie's tube replacement, e-mail's on issues from this summer and school, a sleep over.. ahhhhh, and hopefully soon heading off to bed!

When I am asked...How are you doing?... what's going on?, my answer tends to be.... "I am good,same stuff ...different day."

When in thought on this sometimes I get to wondering what exactly is the meaning of life. Yes, yes, yes.... I know the right answer to this question but..... Day in and day out.... same stuff ..... different day. Then there are my children and for them it could be the same way when they become adults... generation to generation to generation.

Then there is Gods word....

"Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving." (Colossians 3:23-24, NIV

It is the great reminder that this life is so short and it is for sure not the end and because of the passion in the work of this life our reward will be great in heaven!

There is strength in the day to day grind because God does see all of the little things we do. The things that this world doesn't recognize. That it is for His Glory....the right answer to what the true meaning of life is.

So I plug on. Life is good. Makenzie is doing great. The boys are great! I am content and really happy.

My grandpa is doing a bit better today. He has been transferred from the ICU to the floor which is GREAT! Many prayers answered! He is still in pain but doing better! Please keep praying for strength and healing!

Thank you for all of the prayers! Believe!


Anonymous said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! Don't you just LOVE it when you realize you are serving Christ while here on earth? When I let go of being earthbound and thinking I am serving humans, and turn my face to God, everything suddenly becomes easier - more peaceful - more focused and productive. Remarkable isn't it? The think that gets my goat is that I still insist on being earthbound a lot. Whats up with that? Oh yeah, the human factor...Anyway, I ;oved you blog today, it helped me refocus my attention where it belongs - on our Lord. Thanks and Love to You!

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