looking back, it’s really funny
I was just picking up the living room … milky pillows and blankies, the dog’s stringy toy, three shoes without a match, and a handful of Cheerios I fingered from the cushions and floor. An interesting segment of Sesame Street came on. I stood to watch, briefly came to, and caught myself having eaten the last Cheerio.
Please pray that this baby comes out soon before I go outside and catch myself eating dirt. It could happen!
I don’t know how to be more dramatic than to say that carrying another human being inside my body is hard. I mean, the deep-down part of my heart is already so close to the surface that you can see my spirit veins pulsing when I feel an emotion. Just ask my kids.
So giggling at myself about the cheerio memory, I also remembered another story from this same stage of life, pregnant and mothering a 1 year old and a 2 year old. I was so emotional and quacky for some Jesus that on another day, I heard a song, a Gospel song, and I stood and awed at God. I promise I worshipped Jesus straight hard core in the Living Room with my kids just jaw-dropped with concern. I was sopping in a puddle of worshipful tears. Want to know what had moved me so?
So are you like serious laughing at me? I don’t know why I did that, but I do really love her voice.
Do you have one of those stories where you lost it for seemingly no reason? You know, just to make me feel better?
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