There's an ebb and flow to blogging.
There's been a lot of ebbing and not a lot of flowing going on around this little blog.
I have a lot of excuses. I had a cold. There was a child with a cold. Then there was a husband with cold.
'Nuff said about that.
Oh, and we were out shopping for alternative transportation of the non eggplant kind. And, BOOOYA! We found one.
I never thought I could be so excited about spending money. And about spending money on a minivan. On a 6 year old minivan. That is not purple.
I know many people get rid of their vehicles when they get to the great age of 6. There's a lot of people who probably think that my euphoria is uncalled for. I mean, where's the zing in a 6 year old minivan? Even if it's not purple.
Well, those people were not driving a 13 year old purple minivan.
Everything in life is relative. A full fridge and pantry that's the norm to one person is only a dream to many others. A house full of kids can be frustrating and cause a harried mom to pray to God for just one quiet moment to herself. But a childless woman prays to God to take away all the quietness in her life, and replace it with a child.
Rough patches in life make us appreciate the good.
The bad helps us to clarify what 'good' really is.
It's tough when you're in the middle of all the crap, but truly helps us to be grateful for the 6 year old minivan. That's full of children and groceries.
Ah, the ebb and flow of life. It's a wonderful thing.
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