Collaborate without boundaries

So little time....

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So much to do and so little time.  I have packed for days.  Well, when I haven't been working.  I was out of town on business yesterday and today.  I postponed my move until Monday.  It's supposed to rain tomorrow and Sunday nonstop, and I just didn't want to deal with the water!  Plus, it became apparent a couple of days ago that I wasn't going to have everything ready by Saturday.  So thank goodness for a rainy forecast to give me an excuse to stay at home with DH two more nights (and finish packing!)

As I was nearing town this evening, my dad called and asked if I wanted to go to dinner with him, his wife, and a couple that is more like family than friends to them.  I wanted to go, but declined.  I decided it wasn't showing love/unity with DH.  I came home and cooked his dinner.  At dinner, I asked him about work, and he just talked and talked.  Oh how I will miss that.  I can barely comprehend the fact that I will only eat dinner with him two more times - I probably will never see him again after Monday morning.  How can that be possible??  How can I possibly tell this man that I love goodbye??  So little time. 

  • I am so sorry.  I know that feeling of the hours ticking away and the uncertainty of what's ahead.  I wish I could tell you it's so easy, but we all know it's not, but you will find your way.  The best advice I can give you is to crawl into the Word of God and find your refuge there.  Oh the days I just laid in the floor and cried and spoke His Word aloud, but here I am still moving forward.  Looking back I realize His strength is certainly visible in my own weakness.  I will be especially praying for you throughout the weekend and in the days to come.  I am adding Mrs. Determined to my prayer wall in my closet so I am definitely reminded to pray.  My heart aches for you, but I know God will give you what you need to move forward.  

  • It makes no sense why a person that wants to talk and talk would still want a d.  But, when you are not near, he may see that the Christ in you is missing from his life.  and this may give him a reason to look at the conviction God has placed on him and this may spark in him to look at the right way to take care of the conviction.  Maybe this will be the time he chooses to figure out how to use his free will according to God's ways.  And this may be the door for him to come back to God fully and possibly also you.  but find comfort in God right now,as you have been.

  • And with Linda praying for you, you got a secret weapon!

  • I wish I could comfort you. I will be in the same place soon and I know it hurts. I pray as you grow on your own so does DH and God will show him what he needs.

  • I wish I could comfort you. I will be in the same place soon and I know it hurts. I pray as you grow on your own so does DH and God will show him what he needs.

  • Linda, Tim, and Eddie - thank you for the encouragement and especially for the prayers.  My best friend is praying that once I am gone, DH will pine for me, and that pining for me will lead him to yearn for God.  I pray that somehow this journey will lead others to Him.

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