***Change*** by Pam

Change is a necessary component of growth. Life threw me a major curve ball a while back that resulted in my getting back in the work force. I was more or less forced to learn to trust others with my children. Very difficult for me! Now that I have been working for a while I feel less anxious about that. I am at the point where I could be a stay at home mom again. I think anyone would agree that with as many kids as I have, staying at home would make sense. For the first time, I have a job that completely fits my personality. Even though I could, I am not ready to give that up. I feel like God allowed these changes in my life to put me where I am now. I do not know how long I will be there but I hope it will be for a long time. While I will admit that there are still a lot of things that fall thru the cracks, work is way more restful than my job at home as a mother. It gives me a little space so that I can be more patient and attentive when I am with my children. I have not made progress on all of my goals for the year with all of this going on. I think the ultimate goal of spiritual growth and change has been a success. I have learned things about life and myself this year that I never knew before. That makes me really happy and I am thankful for what led to this new chance in direction.

  1. #1 by Venus on May 27, 2012 - 3:40 am

    Hey Pam!! I’m glad to you love your job and it suits you! Congrats on the spiritual growth and changes! Love you! ~Venus

  2. #2 by radical7even on May 29, 2012 - 8:10 pm

    I am so glad that you have a job you love and that you are taking time out for you!

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