Sometimes when I do a lesson for my kids, I get more out of it than they do I think. I’ve been meditating the past couple of days on the lesson we just went over tonight. The night was on technology and how we should use it for the good of the world and not abuse it or use it for evil. But that’s not really the part that got me. It was this quote by Mother Teresa:
Somethings in life can make you happy no matter what kind of day you’re having. Whether you are exhausted from work or a bird pooped on your head or your car died, there are a list of things that make it all better:
I have been sitting here wondering what will come next in the blogging world. So many thoughts pop into my head, and yet, not one of them will form itself into actual words. Maybe it’s because I’m so exhausted from doing absolutely nothing today. Actually, that’s not true, but even before I did anything, I was exhausted. We had a doctor’s appointment today, and apparently our little fetus is growing ‘perfectly’. Praise God. Let’s just hope it stays that way. The little guy (or girl) is definitely strong. It bumps in my belly very often. In fact, last night Wade had a gig and I swear, it was dancing. It’s going to be another musician. =) I’m strangely okay with that. So, Baby Nutt is growing strong and healthy and maybe that’s why this Nutt is so tired. But, I guess taking part in creation in such an intimate way will take all the energy. Maybe I will have to write more on this amazing experience, but for now sleep is going to win the battle raging in my eyelids….
Upon reflection of life, I’ve realized that I have no solid way of expressing my soul. I have a soul, it grows and changes, and slowly is becoming what it’s meant to be. But, how does a person express it to the world? Whether anyone else actually seizes the opportunity to see what your soul is all about, there is solace in expressing it.