What a crazy night. Of all the nights that I can’t sleep because my mind is speeding and going through every red light. Yes, every red light that tells my brain to shut up and stop worrying. It was really hard to sleep through the night for I had the twenty four hour stomach flu. Not much sleep can happen when you just lay there waiting to throw up.
As I was sick in bed I had nothing better to do but worry. I suppose I could of turned on some music or watched some television. But my head was hurting way too much.
My thoughts were out of control and anxiousness was twirling me around making me dizzy.
My mind was on one thing – How on earth am I going to handle life with a Kitchen that’s going to be demolished?
We are going to clean out my whole kitchen and take up the floor, take out cabinets and remodel.
While all of this is going on, I will be homeschooling.
How is this all going to work out?
What if it doesn’t work out?
How shall I get life ready for this mess?
Don’t I already have enough to do?
Oh God, I can’t do this.
While I tried not to panic, I remembered a post I had just written for my friend Elizabeth Jones from Christian Working Mama blog. Title: Keep Calm and Carry On – Five Things That We Can Do To Keep Ourselves Calm When Faced With Huge Obstacles, Trials, or Challenges.
I’d like to invite you to come with me and read what makes sense when life is filled with lots to-do-lists.
To read my publish post http://www.christianworkingmama.blogspot.com/2015/08/keep-calm-and-carry-on.html