It was a crazy week. My emotions were on overload as we finally were able to move into our new home on Wednesday. We had a lot of help and we unloaded quickly and efficiently. However, when everyone went home we all kind of melted down.
Beds were not put together. We were not sure where the bedding was even at. In my mind I had pictured this wonderful first night in our new home filled with a time to praise God and thank Him for all of our blessings.
That isn't exactly what happened and we all went to bed frustrated.
Last night was filled with more unpacking and a couple of hours in which my husband and I thought it best for us not to speak to each other because like I tell my girls, "If you don't have anything nice to say that don't say anything at all." So we didn't.
Luckily before bed we were able to relax a little, take a few deep breaths and we didn't go to bed angry.
I let myself get too busy and I didn't open my Bible until Sunday night. I turned to Psalm 62. I should have read this in the middle of my meltdowns.
Find rest, O my soul, in God alone;
my hope comes from him.
He alone is my rock and my salvation;
he is my fortress, I will not be shaken.
My salvation and my honor depend on God;
he is my mighty rock, my refuge.
Trust in him at all times, O people;
pour out your hearts to him,
for God is our refuge.
Thankfully I had some quiet time to reflect on all of the successes of the week and I am grateful for so many things.
#26 Friends and Family that helped us move into our new home.
#27 My mom and sister who helped me put together my kitchen so I could cook again.
#28 Old chairs that need new life.
#29 A day away with my girls filled with shopping, friends and more shopping.
#30 Sunday morning service that restores me.
#31 Opening a box filled with books.
#32 Tucking my girls into their new rooms, saying our prayers and watching them fall asleep.
#33 A husband that has patience with me and knows when to walk away until later.
#34 Pioneer Woman Sheet Cake. YUMMY!
#35 Sunday suppers and my mom and dad's house. (and being able to ride bike home instead of getting in a car for a 200 mile drive).
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