Friday, May 3, 2013
The Morning Work Greets Me & Important Reminder
If I get up in the morning before the children, all is quiet. I can hear the clocks ticking. It is nice and peaceful. I can hear myself think! I can prepare for our day together. It is more productive.
The children get up and all the busyness of the day begins. I have some who had nighttime accidents and so there is lots of bedding to wash. Today is diaper wash day since I switched to cloth diapers. There seems to be a cold being shared among the children: now spread to the baby. I must make dinner preparations: de-bone a chicken and strain the broth for a yummy soup.
Today is a school day, so it will be busy with that also. I will be mostly teaching and nursing a baby all day, with hopefully a little cleaning thrown in. This is my calling, and I love it. This is my full time job. I am on assignment from the Lord all day. My job is to lead my little ones to God; to train them up in the way they should go.
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