I’m taking a break from the series I’ve been doing on grief to share with you about a truth that has been on my heart lately.Photo credit: **Mary** via photopin cc
Being a home educating mother of four precious children, my role as a mother is to be “all there.”
A mother can be a stay-at-home, homeschooling, homemaking, homebody, but in her heart she can still be elsewhere.
I confess that at times my own pride has given me a pat on the back for the ‘being home for my family’ role that I play. After all, I am sacrificing a career, financial comfort, a social life, and dressing in a pinstriped suit with red high heels, for the sake of my family, aren’t I?
But, my friend, sobering introspection will reveal that just because you are physically present in your home, it doesn’t mean that you are giving it your all.
You can continue reading about two ways to make the most of this season of life at Encourage 24/7 where I am guest posting this week.
What keeps you from being ‘all there’ in your home? Can you add any thoughts to help others in this area?
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