As I write this entry, Jodi is singing the kids their songs. Cascade is trying to sing along with her. The boys are giggling. Celena is laughing as well. I am filled with joy knowing my four children can go to bed with the assurance that they are greatly loved. When I finally muster my strength, I’ll get out of the recliner to pray with them at their beds. We call it “tying their emotional strings.” Each night I pray that they might go to sleep knowing that they are safe and loved. I pray for sweet dreams, and that they will get all the rest they need for tomorrow. They’re still singing the beautiful songs. I wish you could hear. Thanks for taking a peak into our home during “the bedtime routine.” If the kids are as tired as I am, the house should be quiet soon. That will be nice. I hope you had a good day. I was sleepy through much of it but pushed through and was able to be productive. Hopefully I glorified God in my actions and reactions, in my words and deeds. And for those moments when I failed to, I claim the blood of Christ! I attempted to persevere. I trust you did as well. Thanks again for the visit.
Reflections on the Quest: Beautiful Songs