Tuesday, February 24, 2009

A Statement

Ok...so I feel like I need to respond to my previous post considering the comments I have gotten both in person and in text. I did not intend for it to be sad. I am not sad that I am sad about being a working mom. There are millions of us that do it every day. I was simply sharing my heart about the inner conflict. My statement about the boy being "emotionally scarred" was said in sarcasm. Sense the tone people! (Mostly the mom...she can't help it. You just never stop being a mom I guess. But that is a blog for another day). I do NOT dwell on the sadness I feel. I count my blessings every day. I just love my boy. I love being with him. I love playing with him. And my heart feels sad when I have to be apart from him. This is the only thing that I know for sure in this situation. I am where God wants me and when we are obedient any sadness that is a direct result of that obedience Jesus will always mend.

1 comment:

  1. Good statement. Knowing you I can't imagine you dwelling on sadness ever - you're just too full of Jesus' sunshine! Love you Bekah and your boy too!