* I fell down the stairs, scraped my arm, and got a bruise the size of Texas on my rear.
* While hammering a nail to hang a picture on the day of my husband’s birthday gathering, I punctured the freon line and caused $$$ in damage.
* Gav drove his Tonka truck over my iPad and cracked the screen.
I personally think the most important thing to do when stuck in an unpleasant or unfortunate season and is to not lose faith. Don’t give up hope. Persevere. Things may have to get worse before they get better, but I can promise you that eventually, it will get better. When I think about past seasons, I tend to chuckle a bit. In high school I was confident my life was over when I didn’t make the cheerleading squad junior year. In middle school, I just knew that was it when I got caught passing notes. And when I was making poor choices in my wild season and feeling more than lost, I just knew things would never get better. But I was wrong.
Just remember that it takes time to transition from one season to the next. Also remember that the tough ones will make you stronger. I hope this post encouraged you to hang on, keep the faith, and know that you are not alone.
So, we’re praising Him in this storm. Because as with all seasons, this storm is on its way out!