Grief

A Day With The Lord

A day with the Lord is better than 1000 elsewhere. 

I have to believe this, since my husband’s life was cut so short. He’ll have days with the Lord, but he has fewer days here with us. 

Meanwhile, life on earth continues. 

Thankfully, we are rat free, and just like when our basement flooded, I do love the aftermath. Everything that was under the sink has been cleaned, organized, we have fresh shelf paper, and it all looks so nice. I don’t mind a mess of toys all over the floor, but I love neat drawers and cabinets. 

Work has been insane. I definitely started at a busy time. There is so much work to be done as we push forward to protect precious lives and promote a culture that understands that life is sacred. I will blog about it here on my personal blog but right is I still have so many things to write for Georgia Life Alliance.

I had an amazing gift on Wednesday. Someone contacted me and actually arranged a babysitter to come over so that I could go to Worship and Prayer at church. It was such a blessing and God spoke so many things, but first was just time to remember what Shah would want me to remember, he loved me. 

And now it’s Friday night. I’m researching a bit. Cleaned my cabinets, washed all my pans, and pla——————–

And the world comes to a screeching halt. Ladies and gentlemen ZZ just pooped on her potty. She asked to because Elmo was talking about it and I think we both expected it was just a chair for today and practice. So I was just here blogging away, and I heard a bit of a panicked ” uh uh” and presto POOP!!!!  We aren’t potty training yet. Well, I didn’t think we were. 

And here I was going to complain a bit about my boring Friday nights alone with baby. 

Life still has some wonderful moments. 

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About Camila

From the mountains of North Carolina. New widow of a man from Iran. Mother of one precious girl. Anti-human trafficking expert. Pro-life leader. Sister to 16 siblings. Daughter of God.

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