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I'm a thankful stay home mother of 3 little monkeys. I spend my time advocating for my autistic sons, playing cars or barbies, crafting with hot glue, laughing with my husband and drinking insane amounts of coffee. I believe God has blessed me with a crazy life and I'm living...

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  1. This is beautiful – thank you. Yes, trusting God to redeem a situation is much harder than trusting Him to perform a miracle out of nothing. Thank you for your encouragement.

  2. We go buy lots of plants that will then be dead in a few weeks. Hahahaha! Just joking. Sort of. We live in an area with a very difficult climate. For example, right now we are in the middle of a severe drought ( 11/100ths of an inch in the last 6 months). But there is something so hopeful about Spring, about the rebirth of things. The pruning is hard work. Especially when it is “being done” to you. But the Lord, in all His Mercy and Grace, knows how best to make us look like Jesus. And so we say, “Yes, Lord. Do what needs to be done. Thank You for the fact that everything You do is done in the most Loving way possible.” And we wait for Spring.

  3. Love this post! I’m in such a season of seeing the old “me” stuff falling away and feeling the growing pains and the grace moments of the Lord’s working out His good plans for my life and my family. It’s exciting to welcome spring, both in the literal sense and the spiritual! Love seeing the seeds the Lord has been cultivating break through the surface of life, displaying His glory and His faithfulness!

  4. We had a rare 85 degree day not long ago (and snow yesterday!), and I spent that warm day cleaning the junk out of my flower beds. It was so rejuvenating to be removing the old and dead in preparation for the new life just peeking out of the ground. What a great post, thanks for sharing!