Friday, June 12, 2009

More Than Enough

I'm at Chic-Fil-A today. It's about 45 minutes from our current home, but we were out-and-about, so it was the best option.

I said in my "about me" section that I want to share the joys and the challenges of this life with you. Right now, we're in the challenge phase. We are unsure of what we're supposed to be doing, or where we're supposed to be living. We've decided to add potty training to the confusion of our current situation. It's not going smoothly, but it has to happen. Waiting until we're "settled in" somewhere would result in DeLaynie being 14 before being potty trained. We're just going to have to bite the bullet and give it a shot now.

Unfortunately, church job hunting doesn't go quickly. Usually, that's a good thing. It's very important to be in the right church. But we're not in a typical situation. The longer we don't have a job, the greater the length of time DeLaynie is without therapy.

There are other concerns, but they're relatively menial. It's a difficult place to be.

I know where God, and I know Who God is. Those two things bring comfort and peace when times are difficult. I know that He will be faithful. I also know that His grace is enough for me. And that's where I'll be... standing in the grace of the King of Kings, who is worthy.


andiewade said...

we're praying for the attaways! our God is faithful and has so much to teach you. then you'll be super wise and can teach us a thing or two.

The Byrd's Nest said...

Oh Hannah....I know this must be terribly difficult. Especially not having internet and trying to search for jobs...sigh. We are praying praying praying.

P.S. I will be praying aboutthe potty training. Don't forget how I stripped Emma naked for two days and she was really worked! love you!

PW said...

hi, hope this comment goes through. I'm a pastor's wife too. When my kiddo was younger, he had some health issues/delays and we were moving. The dr. said, that it was okay to wait, he ended up being potty trained after he turned three, but it took him no time at all. He truly was ready.