Today I was reminded by a dear friend of mine
something that has secretly been nagging me
and that is how
most times blogs,
Instagram and Facebook,
What do I mean by that ?
The one picture I post of my beautiful kids, life, husband isn’t necessarily real life and you guys need to know that.
We are blessed yes, but don’t be fooled.
I do not want to be a stumbling block to my fellow mothers and friends.
isn’t always the real depiction of a circumstance.
Everyone is battling something around us
I have bad days
I yell at my boys
I sometimes think thoughts I shouldn’t
I am not proud of that.
But here is the best part
I serve a God whose love never fails.
And he saved me,
He saved me because he is a merciful father who bestows more grace upon me than I could ever give.
I post this messy picture of my real life in hopes that you all see me.
It’s not posed.
This is real life
We usually never sit at our dining room table
it’s at our kids table in the homeschool room.
My hair is up because normally I cant find the time between lessons and household responsibilities to actually do it.
I am wearing black because I have a few pounds I would like to lose.
Where’s James ? Yeah because of our poor parenting and lack of discipline lately
he’s not at the table.
(he’s playing with trucks )
My kids don’t use utensils, their hands seem more fitting.
Here’s my point,
stop looking at a POST and feeling less than who you really are.
Less than who your SAVIOUR is.
Before I put one “perfect” picture there was ten horrible ones.
My life is messy, but still beautiful .
I fail daily, but I am forgiven by God
and for that I am forever grateful.