In His Time...

One would think after moving numerous times that I should be willingly, ready to move on to our next town.  I was willing when we were younger and without children.  While Joe was in the military, I knew that I would be moving every 2-3 years.  I enjoyed it, and looked forward to it.  Moving was a way for me to see other areas and states that I had never seen before.

Now that we have children in school, I don't enjoy it as much anymore.
I worry about my kids, and whether or not they will be affected emotionally.
I worry about them leaving their friends.
I worry about them making new friends.
I worry about what schools they will attend, and if they will meet up to my standards.
I worry that moving will create Joci to have more anxiety issues.
I worry about finding new doctors and dentists and vets that we "love".
I worry about finding the right home for our growing family.
I worry about minute details that really don't need worrying about.  
Every move we make, my "worry" list seems to get longer and longer.

Not this time. This time I am handing it all over to God.  He's got this anyways.  It's his plan, not mine or Joe's (although sometimes we like to think it is).  And, I know his plans are going to be beautiful. 

He has made everything beautiful in its time.  
       Ecclesiastes 3:11

I am just going to embrace this move and try to enjoy the chaos.  In time, this move will just be another beautiful memory our family has created along our journey.  

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*I was given these products for free from Dayspring for the purpose of my review, as part of their (in)spired Deals program.  All opinions expressed are my own.

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