Saturday, August 21, 2010

Looking Forward..

August has been a great month so far.

Daddy finally came home. We were able to celebrate the 2nd year of Joseph's life with people we love and care for. My parents just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. And my baby sister is getting ready to head off to her first year at MSU as a pre-med student. It's been a beautifully busy and chaotic month so far.

We're set to begin the next chapter of our life. Little choices and big decisions have been made, and we're patiently (mostly) waiting to see the next part of our life unfold. We're anxious to see what God has in store for our young, little family.

I know now, more than ever, that God is in control. I feel we're headed on the right path. And I know that he will continue to provide for us even though I can't see the big picture. I don't know why I doubt God when He has been nothing less than faithful to us. But, I'm back on track, and I know all is well. That's not to stay there won't be storm clouds ahead, but I know He'll bring us through those storms. That's the part that really matters.

So, I thought I should share some of the things I am most looking forward to in the hopefully near future.

I am looking forward to adding to our family. I am really hoping that we will be able to give Joseph a baby brother or sister by this time next year. It will be amazing to expand our family.

I am looking forward to Jeremiah completing BOLC and hopefully being able to apply the new knowledge in a new full time, stable, sufficient career (with benefits).

I am hoping we will be able to finally purchase a home, and give Joseph the backyard he deserves.

I know I've said it before, but I will never be able to say it enough: I love my husband and appreciate all that he is doing to provide me with the opportunity to be a homemaker. He is an amazing father and husband. I am so blessed to have him.

So, like I said, I am looking forward with great anticipation to the future. I love where we are in our lives, and our marriage and I am hopeful for what the future will bring.

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