You go to church.
|A waterfall greets us as we enter the park|
The pastor preaches a message that is EXACTLY what you needed to hear. That spoke directly into what you have been thinking and feeling for the last month plus. You label your notes with the heading of "CONFIRMATION".
|The view on the way up to tower.|
You marvel at God's goodness and His blessings and you are so thankful that you didn't run away and that you didn't skip church and that you were given a reset button to push.
You get in the car with your waiting family and you apologize for throwing a Mommy temper tantrum in the morning and let them know you could have handled yourself better.
You then go on that picnic you were planning with your family, but you forego the PB&J sandwiches and opt for fast food instead, because it is Mother's Day after all, let someone else do the making.
|You can see the tower up on the hill.|
Your neighbor boy brings his football and you get to play catch with him and remember how much you LOVE to throw a football. You will even start to get your spiral back.
*mental note, buy self a football on payday. Force neighbor children to play catch with you.*
You come home and everyone has had a good day and is happy and you get to go on a walk all by yourself to think over your day and how grateful you are that you didn't let the anger win and at how good God is for blessing you beyond what you deserve.
|A description of the tower's dedication.|
You enjoy your children, your husband, and your life. You realize that the freak out is only temporary. You don't live in the freak out, you live in the reset, and life is good. God is good. And your mothering, well it is pretty good, too.
|The view from the tower.|
|Here is the tower.|
|more tower views.|
|My little hambone, Klayton|
|this is at the bottom part of the park.|
|group shot take two|
|"Take a picture"|
|A beautiful tree from my walk.|