March was one of the hardest and best months of my life. After just eight days of knowing I was pregnant, I miscarried March 3. I experienced grief like never before, and yet through the pain, God did some of the most beautiful work in my heart.
My brain has processed a lot in the short road of finding out I was pregnant and then no longer being pregnant so soon after. In the days I was pregnant, I found myself worrying about what the future would hold with my pregnancy and wondering if everything was ok. I realized through my miscarriage that I had been trying so hard to trust God for the future when what He was really asking me to do was to trust Him for the moment.
So as each new day comes, I'm constantly trying to adjust my gaze to trusting God in the moment. I hope to get pregnant again, and I hope it's a healthy, full-term pregnancy, and that I get to hold our baby in my arms. I am believing God for that.
But in the meantime, I am trusting Him for right now. Taking each moment and every step to receive what He has for me now, believing these days are just as much a part of His plan for me as the ones where I'll have a baby in my arms.
So here's to an intentional, purpose-filled April, friends, where His grace is sufficient for every moment.
March Goals Progress
Three date nights with Woody Family calendar planning night with Woody Family budget party Host Woody's family for a weekend in Birmingham See all of our parents in person Supper Club Work on writing projects Two blog posts in addition to monthly goals Research bedding options (mattress, bed, etc.) for guest room (suggestions welcomed!)
Three date nights with Woody
Calendar planning with Woody
Speak at The Orchard Workshop
Research Southern Makers Event
Apply to be a PowerSheets Community Contributor
Prepare guest room
Work on writing projects
Host DeShaws in Birmingham
Write blog posts: monthly goals + two others
Spring Cleaning- organize office and clean off porch
Staff retreat with Woody
Revisit 2016 travel
What are you setting out to do in April? Share in the comments below or leave a link to your own goals post!