Checking in

It has been a while since I posted anything.  Honestly, my brain is fried.  We are still in the throes of moving.  We still do not know where.

Yes, this has caused great concern on my part, but dear hubby, bless his heart, is confident.  He knows the perfect place will come at the perfect time.

Me?  Well, think of that cartoon character, the Tasmanian Devil…. yep, that’s the image.  I am like a mini cyclone, spinning from one room to the other.  Packing and checking things off my list and unfortunately, harping about the time passing quickly.

I know I don’t do change well.  This amazes me since I am a retired Navy wife.  I guess my sense of adventure is waning.

I feel sorry for those around me.  The way I have been has not been pleasant.  But, I felt I needed to write something.  I feel this because, under the panic and the nervous energy, I know without a doubt that God has this all under control.  I know, that I know, that I know.

I figure if I honestly wrote about this now, you will be able to join in with me and agree that I was all worked up over nothing.  After we have moved into our new place and I am relaxed and able to see what all the Lord has worked out in our lives, I know I will write on our new place.   So, dear readers , I thank you in advance for being able to say to me, “I told you so”.

Just a quick check in tonight.  I have been so blessed by reading other posts.  You have all said so many wonderful things in your writing.  You have encouraged me with your words.  You have given me strength, laughter, love and a feeling of well-being.

Until I start to unpack, thanks for being you!  DAF


Published by marycatherinethomas

M. Catherine Thomas is a published writer, speaker and teacher. Mother of two and grandmother..

5 thoughts on “Checking in

  1. Don’t sweat it DAF, I think we all get a little crazy when things aren’t happening according to our plan. I turn into a complete lunatic, especially when the people around me appear calm…that is beyond annoying. Deep breaths, all will be good in the end.

  2. Thanks for checking in, and for your honesty about how hard change and uncertainty can be. Even when you “know” that God has got you covered.

  3. When WILL you know where you are going, DAF? I can’t wait to find out, so I can just imagine how you are feeling. How frustrating and exciting at the same time! An adventure! That’s what keeps life interesting.

  4. Glad to see you checking in. Change and uncertainty are never easy. Just know we are cheering for you from afar with each box you pack and each inspection you make.

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