Today is Tax Day eve around my house! Yipee, Yay, Yo!!!
I am not a very patient person when I am tired of something and I.AM.TIRED of Tax season this year. I had to pray and ask God to forgive me for my attitude these last few days because quite frankly, it has been rotten. I have been on edge with everyone, especially my kiddos. I am so ready to have my husband back and the father to my children back, my help meet back! I didn't sign up to be a single parent of four, even if it is for a couple of months a year. Yep, those were my rotten thoughts yesterday. God was quick to remind me that there are many others out there that didn't sign up to be single parents either and they have to do it year round. Alright Lord, I get your point! Things can always be worse and I am sufficiently humbled to that fact!
We are going to start spring break around here Wednesday. The kiddos are excited and bummed that we didn't start today! Spring break plans consist of re-doing our flower beds, working on our vegetable garden that my dad is helping me with, and just spending some time together as a family! I am excited and so thankful that we will get almost an entire week together. I plan on taking lots of pictures of my little family at work and play this week! I'll post some later, with a blog post on our homeschool venture of a vegetable garden. I am thinking of making the entire project part of our school day and even getting my boys to do a couple of guest posts about our experience and the entire process!
I am going to leave you today with a huge prayer request. I have a BLM friend who needs so many prayers. My friend Melissa C. lost a son to Potter's in November. Then she lost her husband unexpectedly in January. Now my sweet friend is in the fight of her life against an ugly disease eating away at her body. She has stomach and live cancer that is only treatable through a transplant, not just a liver transplant but several organs in her stomach area would need to be transplanted. If the transplant does not work or for some reason her body will not allow the doctors to perform the transplant, she has been given up to six months by her doctors. Now, I know that the God we serve is also the Great Physician and He determines her time here on earth, not doctors. He can rid her body of this ugly disease and make her whole again. I pray that He does! My friend has two very small daughters that need their mommy right now and she is very sick. Her situation humbles me to my knees. Please join me in praying for her and asking, no begging God for a miracle! My friend is young and these things just aren't supposed to happen to young people, especially all three at once. We know that our plans are not His plans and while that is sometimes so hard to fathom, my friend is living it. Please lift her up without ceasing. My heart is heavy for her.