what a week.
and yes, i know it’s only tuesday.
this has been a
dreary,
draining
day.
i’m so glad it’s nearly over.
on sunday, we heard this great sermon
(it’s called What Would God Tweet).
it’s great.
really great.
you should listen to it.
really, you should.
what especially cut my heart
was when Keenan said that
our children should never see our phones.
i’m trying very hard to not fill any quiet moments with more noise.
it’s hard though.
so hard.
i am trying to be here.
right here.
at this exact moment.
being here.
but sometimes i’m there and not here.
i’m working on it though.
i will always probably be working on it.
but how can i not be in the moment
when i get to witness this shining face?
pure joy.
looking into those eyes touches the depths of my heart.
looking into those eyes takes my breath away.
looking into those eyes reveals how truly overwhelming my love is for him.
he and i can communicate just by looking into each others’ eyes.
The sun will no more be your light by day,
nor will the brightness of the moon shine on you,
for the Lord will be your everlasting light,
and your God will be your glory.
Isaiah 60:19
326. picking pomegranates before the squirrels get them
327. fresh flowers by my bed
328. wise, wise words from a friend that rock my soul
329. overwhelming love
330. an empty dishwasher
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One Response to those eyes.

  1. Mommy Girl says:

    love you and your post. i get it. Mack and i did our first Mommy & Me today and every moment was magic. I never got those priviliges with the girls as I was too afraid to have 2 babies to juggle in a class at once.

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