Mother’s Day

I ate waffles for breakfast – prepared by my husband. He used my recipe and low and behold they turned out just as good as mine – only because I told him about the vanilla that I add that isn’t a part of the recipe. I may never make waffles again.

I had steak for dinner – again prepared by my husband. It was equally as good as the waffles. I may consider letting him prepare dinner once a week.

Patty and David kept our children Friday night. Tracy and I went on a much needed date. On Saturday we went out to breakfast at Eggs Up then went to Lowe’s and purchased lots of things to plant in the yard.

We realized that after not having our children for one night and one day that we had tons of energy. Even after working in the yard all day, we still weren’t tired.

Sometimes I think something is physically wrong with me because I am literally exhausted all the time. But after this weekend, I realize that it’s being a mother that is exhausting, not some physical ailment.

I am thankful that God entrusted me with these two perfectly sweet and wild and amazing people to teach and lead and yes, be exhausted by. I can’t think of anything I’d rather be doing.

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