“We’re simply asked to live in the moment, knowing and trusting that God will give us what we need, when we need it, for THAT moment.” Thankful for these words and the truth in them.
The beach, my happy place. I can look back at this photo from just a few years ago and I’m there. Just close my eyes and I’m there in that perfect moment. I can feel the uneven sand beneath my feet. I can smell the salty air. I can feel the grip that I had on my children’s hands walking to the gulf. I can even sense the storm that was about to roll in.
In this moment, right now, I’m in the first week of my second cycle of chemotherapy, and I feel a lot like this picture. I can feel all of the unevenness of my foundation trying to be rocked, the queasiness of my nausea and other side effects from my 8 hours of chemo 3 days ago rolling like the waves pictured ahead, the grip that I have on my family and my faith to stay…
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