It’s one of those days. When I pour another cup of coffee and enjoy the morning. When the baby sleeps nearly 2 hours past when she normally arises.
When H boy is “reading” his Bible.
When Miss M eats 3 bowls of oatmeal because she thinks it’s “delicious” with jam.
When we have no where to go.
When the only thing “to do” is call a few doctors for appointments and perhaps finish up the laundry.
When the Lincoln Logs can stay in the middle of the floor a while longer.
When the nativity scene is the favorite toy.
When I already have the enchilada sauce simmering in the crock pot for dinner, the biggest cooking challenge of the day.
It’s one of those days that probably won’t last all day. It might not even last until lunch. So I’m going to pour that cup of coffee and enjoy it. Stop rushing it. Stop trying to make it more productive. Stop asking even more of a morning.
Just sip. And savor. Because one day, these days will remain only as I can remember them. And I’ll only remember what I was fully present to experience.
...And who knows but that you have come to royal position for such a time as this? (Esther 4:14)
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