Friday, October 15, 2010


I think deciding what is most important and what needs to be a priority is one of the most challenging aspects of life. There are so many good things to be involved in and so many great opportunities. And saying 'no' can be so hard! How quickly our lives (and by that, I mean, my family) become over committed. We struggle to keep things balanced and I feel like more often than not, Andrew look at each other and wonder how it has happened...again. :)

So, it's Friday. We have a busy weekend full of things that we want to do - soccer and church fall picnic (in case you are interested). But somewhere in this weekend, I must fit in the cleaning, menu planning, and school plans. We continue to learn to balance, to prioritize, to say 'no,' to choose carefully, and to love and teach our boys about serving others, about hospitality, and about the importance of family.

It's a work in progress. I write this post not so much for advice on how to prioritize :) but rather to share what I've been thinking on lately.

1 comment:

Lisa said...

You have echoed my sentiments exactly, especially this post and your previous one.

I treasure each moment as well, the good AND the more challenging ones....and like you find that saying "no" to a social invitation or opportunity often affords me the *luxury* of savoring those moments all the more!!

Wishing you a grand weekend, filled with both big & small moments to cherish!