A storm whipped through these parts today. Large gusts of wind and rain left behind sloppy puddles, mushy azaelas, and one restless toddler.
A perfect day to sip on some tea, listen to some acoustic, play “kitchen” with my little miss, and blow rasberries with my little bear.
While these days as a young mother are often long, sometimes lonely, and routine, I know they are producing a great harvest. I love watching my babies explore, learn, grow, and giggle. I love this season, hard as it may sometimes be.
You see, I know that my April showers will bring May flowers. The drip drop of today will bring forth something magnificent and stunning that points to the Creator God.
As I drove in the car today with rain pounding on my windshield and my hair sloppily pulled back in a wet bun on the top of my head (too busy to dry it these days), I reminded myself of this eternal truth…
“For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison.”
2 Cor. 4:17