Life is full of choices. Every single moment you are making choices. Some are harder than others. Some take prayer and careful consideration. And some choices just seem impossible to make.
It’s time for our Living Proverbs 31 linkup and it’s my turn to write an encouraging or thoughtful/funny post about marriage while Kelly shares the features from last week.
So what do choices have to do with marriage or our Living Proverbs 31? Well, it started on Thursday. Usually I write Monday’s post on Thursday or Friday. However, Thursday was too full so the plan was to write it on Friday. When I got home from work on Friday, I had to leave in 2 hours because I was watching a friend’s son, while she and her hubby went out for a date. I had 2 choices that afternoon; write Monday’s post, or fix hubby his supper. Well, sorry folks, but my hubby is more important than this blog.
Saturday rolled around and again I had to make some choices. Blog. Clean house. Help Jason finish up our landscaping. Make food for the Sunday carry-in at church….
So I made my choices. The house got kinda clean, I made the food and spent a lot of time helping Jason. You see, I am his helpmeet, and sometimes that just means being down on my hands and knees with my hands in the dirt working beside him. Marriage means getting a little dirty at times!
Anyway I made my choice on Friday and Saturday. But here it is Sunday already and I have no post ready. None. In fact when I sat down here, my mind kinda-sorta went blank. As I was praying for a topic and trying to think of how I could’ve done things differently the past couple days, I realized something.
I wouldn’t change a thing from the past few days. Not a thing. So, if my choices sometimes mean that a proper blog post won’t get written, that’s ok. You can read my ramblings, or you can just go on down and link up. As for me, well, it’s Sunday and as soon as this gets written, I am going to hang out with my man.
And as for you my friends, make sure the choices you make won’t be regretted. After all, you can only make a choice once.