Becoming a mother sent me on a path of sweet, quiet, gentle-paced days; the world may be bustling, but here, in my little corner of the word, I give in to the comforting rhythm of nursing my child, eating simple meals, doing laundry, washing the dishes, and tidying up just a little bit.
In the little snippets of time I have here and there throughout the day, I'm re-reading some of Laine's Letters. So inspiring. I encourage all you ladies to take a look at this one, Why I Love Homemaking:
"... I love homemaking because my time is my own. I dictate how my day will go and that is an awesome thing in this world. Many high paid executives do not have the freedom that I have almost every day.
... I love homemaking because I get to hang out my clothes on the line just the way my mother did and smell the sweet air in them when they come back in the house.
... I love homemaking because I can take full advantage of all the seasons. Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring never get by me. I enjoy each immensely.
... I love homemaking because I can kiss my kids thirty times a day if I want.
... I love homemaking because I get to be HOME.
I love homemaking because God called me to this job and I love it!!!!"
Sidenote: I hope all my Jewish readers had a good time celebrating Tu B'Shvat. I wish you all a most wonderful weekend, and hope to "talk" to you again soon.