“It’s impossible,” said pride. “It’s risky,” said experience. “It’s pointless” said reason. “Give it a try, ” whispered the heart.
I shared this quote 4 years ago today on facebook. I am counting my blessings this morning. Living as a single mother for the last 11 years has not come easy. The Lord has certainly found favor in me and laid many blessings on my lap. I am grateful that I have had the faith, determination, devotion and courage to act on these many blessings. Having very little to no support system other than myself I have managed to conquer the task of working as a nursing assistant and to receive my training as a Certified Peer Specialist for the State of Georgia.
Where once upon a tine by man’s standards years ago I was not suitable to be around my 4 girls because I suffered a mental diagnosis and psychiatric hospitilization. I have since had much success inside the court room but very little success in getting Mr. Sasser to follow the Court’s Order, Opinion and Wishes set forth in the many Order’s I have obtained in our favor.
With an exciting Spring to look forward to with sitting for my exam as a CPS and the dawning of a new season I have found my answer this morning in the above quote. Seeking my whole heart this weekend and asking the Lord to search me even further. Knowing that as I have somehow made it on my own standing tall and thriving that I will somehow continue to do so. Thank you all for walking with me through this journey.
Seeing Neurology on January 26th for the headaches, dizziness, nausea and dehydration. Hoping that they can give me some straight forward answers into my being ill. Resting and journaling is my life at the moment.