I read a blog post over at Christ and Pop Culture that stirred my heart and got me thinking about a conversation with a work supervisor over 35 years ago where she warned me not to “waste” my life on stay at home motherhood.
I didn’t heed her warning because I had and made a choice. A choice I’ve never regretted. Well, except for the day I laid my head on the steering wheel and sobbed because I felt trapped by whining and missing shoes and newborn throw up just as I was walking out the door to church.
You can read the post here.
And by the way, thanks for staying with me in the transition of doing my blogging at another spot. The fact that people want to read what I write is humbling and I appreciate you, my regular readers.