Moments that Matter

All “mommy-guilt” was pushed aside yesterday while I sat as a proud parent watching this child— this child whom God put into my path some 11 years ago— promote from elementary into middle school.

All of the doubt I felt this past school year of not being a good enough parent or not “having it all together” suddenly evaporated.

It wasn’t about me but rather this beautiful journey we’ve been on and the future that lies ahead.

At some point we need to turn off the false movie reel that plays in our head, take a deep breathe and just be present in these moments that matter. Amen?

God bless,

Anita Marie

Stop & Reflect: What false narrative are you playing in your head right now? What is the one thing keeping you from being present?


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