I am grateful that we home educate our kids.
At times it is difficult, like these last few weeks when I just need some time alone. Time to think. Time to write. Time to breathe, cry, process and work through some things. But I don’t get this time on demand.
When I need this time, my husband does his best to provide it. He will come home and take the kids to where ever he needs to go so I can be alone, or he will arrange places for them to stay. But there are some times it just doesn’t work out so nicley.
I am currently going through one of the hardest things I ever had emotionally. Not THE hardest. But it’s up there.
I am freed to know that God puts us through seasons and that my family and I can adapt to whatever the Lord has for us. My plans were to finish school through May, but with everything going on, I abandoned ship. We’re done.
My kids, of course, are not disspaointed. And we can pick things back up whenever we are in the season of routine again. Right now, we need to spend time worshipping and reading the Word together, clinging to His truth and figuring out how it applies to this new season we are in. Sitting outside and watching the clouds roll away. Holding my toddler and crying. In this season, the “education” that will come will be more treasure then finishing our Math books.
Be Free to BE in the season God has you.