Sometimes & Always

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Sometimes I have bad days {personal life & work related}.
Always I remember that God will get me through this & so will my husband.  So does my family.

Sometimes I wonder why I tried to do everything in the right order {high school, college, marriage, etc} and I feel like I get punished while others reap benefits from doing a different order.
Always I remember that it is in God’s hands, I don’t get to judge.

Sometimes I feel like I’m behind schedule to everyone else.  I got married later than it seems like most do, I still don’t have a kid at 28 years old, I’m going back to school to work on a second college degree, etc.
Always I remember that I’m on God’s time, not my own.

Sometimes I don’t want to get out of bed in the mornings.
Always I remember that I am a hard worker, and not afraid to work for what I have, I don’t take hand outs.

Sometimes I wonder why hubby didn’t want to wait for an answer to date me in high school.
Always I remember that I have him now and that’s all that matters.  This = Love

Sometimes Life is hard!
Always I remember God has my back!  So does my husband!  So does my family!

Sometimes I wonder if I should give up my blog.
Always I remember, that I am foremost a writer.  I love to write.  And if nothing else, this is a digital scrapbook.

Sometimes I want to get rid of all my problems.
Always I remember they say that if you threw your problems in a pile with everyone else’s, you’d take yours back.

Sorry, I feel like I’m a little blue and gloomy in this post.

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  1. I was 29 when I had my first boy. We were married 7 years before we had kids. We didn't want them before then. We were spur-of-the-moment people.

    And hubby said he wouldn't change dirty diapers so I said we weren't having kids then because we were both in the military and it had to be a joint effort, right?

    And when we finally decided 5 years after we were married that it would be a 'family affair' it took 2 more years to conceive.

    Everyone gets blue at some point. *hugs* ♥ God bless.

  2. Hugs , we all have blue days. I got married at 33, I did things(in the “right” order too I thogut ) that said while struggling through failed fertility treatments and 2 miscarriages , I had a moment of pure desolation thinking “why me” Then I looked around at all the others in the clinic , trying and waiting, some would succeed and like me some would walk away without realizing the dream of parenthood. and asked “Why not,me.Why them?” God has a plan for each of us we need to remember all prayers are answered, it just isn't always yes

  3. Always good to keep that in the back of your mind…I know I have to remind myself a lot, too.

    And remember…28 years old here…single…scares the bejesus out of me, but I have to keep hoping…

  4. It's refreshing, enlightening and uplifting to see the flip side to the coin isn't it? For every bad there is a good, sometimes you just have to look a little harder than you want to.

    Thanks for linking up with us!

  5. While reading some of your sometimes, I was nodding my head saying yes, that's me. Oh wow, someone else feels the same way too?!?

    I'm 29, the husband and I have no kids (and probably won't), we didn't get married until we were in our late 20s. And I totally agree on the how others do it in the “wrong” order and reap all kinds of rewards because of it..

    Hope you're having a great day!

  6. Oh my I feel the same way today. Grrr nothing seems to be going right and it feels like no matter how hard I try life just gets harder. Sometimes a girl needs to catch a break you know? Anyway hope things pick up for you, and know that you aren't the only one!

  7. I'm definitely right there with you in the gloomy phase. Haha. Ugh! Sometimes it's hard to figure out why life happens the way it does, but I know that God works it all out for good. He has a great plan!

    Thanks for linking up with me! I really loved reading yours…love the honesty.

  8. I love when Megan does these too!

    Sometimes I wonder about giving up my blog too but I don't think I ever will.

    Yes, God's timing is perfect. He already knows your whole path. I didn't have Emma until I was 31. And his timing couldn't have been more perfect! =)

    Thanks for linking up with us!

  9. There is no age on when you have kids. I was 27 when I had my first and 35 when I had my last. I wouldn't have it any other way.

    I like this post! It's good…and def…if I threw my problems in a pile I would most def dig them back out. I like mine fine. 😉

  10. I couldn't agree more with in God's time. For years and years we tried to have our second baby and it never happened. So I gave up. After 9 years it happened! I just needed to remember that it will happen in God's time ♥

  11. After 7 and a half years of marriage, I had my son at 28, and my daughter at 31. They keep me YOUNG! Don't try to get ahead of God! Just trust Him in EVERY aspect of your life, for He truly does know BEST!

  12. Thanks for the comment, I appreciate it! Going along with that, I am 28 and still not even married. I am definitely not where I planned to be! I am also thinking about going back to school but get overwhelmed and think its too late at this point in my life. I am glad to see that you are going back!

  13. God is smarter than we are! His plans are better!!
    I am your newest;s follow back if you can.
    I hope you have a happy fun day!!

  14. I love how honest you are in this. I'm 24, and I also worry about never finding he right person and getting married and having children. I'm pleased to read that I'm not as crazy as I thought I was.

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