Saturday, June 02, 2012

As the Roller Coaster Rides

I said that I would be coming up with something fun to motivate me to post on my blog every day.Well, I changed my mind. Unless I titled it "As the Roller Coaster Rides." ... Hey, that just might work.:) No, really, as much as I want to try to remember all of the miracles, blessings, lessons, and struggles of my every day life as a not single, but often alone mother, I just don't have it in me some nights to find the words. Especially on the weekends.

I seem to be making a trend. I cruise along with a few bumps along the way throughout the week, and then I Crash over the weekend. Even on the weekends that Leif has been able to come home to visit. I honestly can't figure out why. But I have managed to pitch a fit against Leif three weekends in a row. It's insane! I long to be the wife and mother who at her funeral her family and friends will insist that they have never heard a murmur of complaint out of her mouth. - So not going to happen. But I do wish...

Some how Leif and I manage to fight against the blows from the adversary. But Man it is such a pain!

Well, I wasn't sure what was going to come out when I sat down to write tonight. Just the vissisitudes of life, I guess. Over all I stand all amazed at the blessings overflowing during this time in my life. But sometimes I let my guard down and my mind thinks a little more egocentric and it gets very carried away. I become very lonely. Luckily, the drops in the ride don't last very long and I find myself smiling more often then I scream. And that my friend's,  is As the Roller Coaster Rides.


Molly said...

You'll get into your groove. I understand what you mean, though. I have a great time with the kids during the day. When it's 8:30, I send them to bed. And then they keep coming out of their rooms with all sorts of reasons and I get super annoyed. My time being a nice happy mom is done at 8:30. Go to bed and leave me alone! :)
PS, we got some letters in the mail from your little guys. Thank you, thank you for sending them!

Molly said...

Oh, and my kids will never be able to say about me, "My mother was so sweet, she never raised her voice." Poor kids.

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