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When Life Twists And Turns

I never thought that I would be a stay-at-home Mom. No, really, I never did. Because, I honestly thought that I would never be able to have children.

But here I am, a stay-at-home Mom to Lil Man, who just started kindergarten. And truthfully, it feels like it was just yesterday that I was holding a tiny baby in my arms.

But life is full of twists and turns and unexpected moments - some good - some not so good.

At 43
I often feel that I should be wiser than what I am. I feel like I should know more, that I should have the answers when I so often don't. Some days are truthfully just hard.... like trying to get the Keurig to work hard. Do you know what I mean? Things that should be so simple can often feel so complicated - especially when you are being pulled in so many directions at once.

And then there are some days where everything just seems to fall into place..... you get to drink your coffee hot... and maybe even get to eat breakfast too.

But isn't that life? Like a roller coaster? Where things are up and down, sometimes it's scary, sometimes it's exhilarating, sometimes you feel like you are just hanging on for dear life, sometimes laughing so hard that you can't breathe... twisting and turning and taking it as it comes....

So I'm trying (notice I said trying) when I'm in those moments that life seems so incredibly hard... to hold on.... because coming up will be another twist... another turn... as life is constantly changing...



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