Be Still…

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  1. Peggy Smith says:

    When I become overwhelmed and can’t see straight, I turn to the book of Psalms. Your phrase, “Be still” brings to mind my favorite: “Be still, and know that I am GOD;…” (Ps. 46:10). Powerful! Also Ps. 4:4,5 admonishes us to: “Be angry, and do not sin. Meditate within your heart on your bed, and be still….put your trust in the LORD.” Righteous anger in the moment is okay! I’m so glad you came into my life; you truly are one of my greatest blessings. I love you, Peggy XO

  2. Karen says:

    Who told you newborns were easy? Sigh. I’m constantly reeling now wondering how CRAZY I have to be to do this for a third time. Then I tear up at the picture of your sweet babe on joe’s chest and think of my girls at the same age, asleep with Mike. It only gets better, and honestly it gets harder too. But it sounds like you are able to remind yourself that life is FULL of these ups and downs. That’s the important thing. Perspective as often as possible. Sometimes, it will be impossible. But that too, shall pass. Hang in there. You’re doing great.

    And from the moment of conception, those little boogers start eating our brain cells. It’s an unfortunate side effect, but it also contributes to an inability to hold a grudge against them. Lol

  3. Jenni DeWitt says:

    I just stumbled upon your blog, and I am so grateful. We are dealing with cancer too, but it is our baby. Diagnosed with leukemia at age 2 he is 4 now and treatment is scheduled to end in 2015. Love your outlook and your title. I plan to keep reading.

  4. This made me laugh out loud. One of your best posts ever!

  5. Anne downs forsythe says:

    Thanks for reminding us what’s precious in life